While Latavius Murray would score a rushing touchdown in this game, it was Ty Johnson who was the other running back that was probably the most impressive. The Bills didn't want to take James Cook off the field with how well he was running but when he did, Ty Johnson seemed to pick up right where he left off.
In this game, he finished with nine rushing attempts for 54 yards and an average of six yards per carry. He also added one reception for four yards.
After the trade deadline, it looked like there would be a change in the backfield with the Bills signing Leonard Fournette to the practice squad. However, Ty Johnson has played so well that Fournette doesn't have a spot in this offense right now.
This game tied his season high for yards from scrimmage as he had 58 yards against the New York Jets in Week 11. The coaching staff has found the magic formula that has unlocked the full potential of this run game with the three man attack of Cook, Murray and Johnson.