Zack Moss, Buffalo Bills

The Bills backfield is the one thing that makes you pause when you look at Buffalo’s potent offense. Josh Allen and his down-the-field threats are dangerous, but RB Devin Singletary leaves a lot to be desired and most likely, he’ll be overdrafted because he’s been the lead back for two seasons and sits atop the depth chart. But he has just four rushing touchdowns and two catching scores in two full seasons. He has yet to break 775 rushing yards and regressed from rookie year (2019) when he rushed over 80 yards four times and finished with a 5.1 ypc, to last year with just two 80+ yard games and a 4.4 ypc. That’s why Zack Moss is the more appealing back.

Built much bigger and tougher, Moss figures to be the preferred back in the red zone. If he can get a consistent split of the carries between the 20s, and get most of the crucial goal line carries, he could aspire to getting double-digit games. The only thing he’s lacking is that burst of speed. It’s what holds him back from earning the feature role outright.

However, Moss is dealing with a training camp hamstring injury and that’s allowed Matt Breida compete for a roster spot. Breida is in the same vein as Singletary, where you know what you’re getting, and it’s not much. Honestly, that just means more fantasy owners will be sleeping on the second-year back even more. Moss could come back from the back of the pack once he’s healthy and if you’re willing to be patient with him to start the season, he could pay dividends down the road.