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2021 Rushing

Regular Season 98 459 4.7 2 46

Top Devin Singletary News

  • Bills' Devin Singletary: Clear lead back Thursday

    Singletary rushed 15 times for 44 yards and brought in his only target for four yards in the Bills' 31-6 win over the Saints on Thursday night.

    With Zack Moss a healthy scratch, Singletary's only competition for carries among his fellow running backs came from Matt Breida. Singletary ultimately outpaced his teammate by six rushing touches during a contest in which game script turned favorably toward the run. The 15 carries were a season high for Singletary, who opened the season with double-digit rush attempts in his first four games before not hitting that mark again until Thursday. Whether the same backfield hierarchy applies in a Week 13 divisional battle against the Patriots on Monday night, Dec. 6 remains to seen.

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  • Bills' Devin Singletary: Set to share backfield with Breida

    With Zack Moss a healthy scratch for Thursday night's game against the Saints, Singletary and Matt Breida are in line to head the Bills' Week 12 backfield.

    Singletary still has Breida to contend with for touches Thursday, but minus Moss, he could see some added Week 12 opportunities against a New Orleans defense that has allowed an average of 89.8 rushing yards per game to date. While neither back profiles as a high-percentage lineup option, Singletary is worthy of consideration by those in need of RB help this week due to injuries or byes.

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  • Bills' Devin Singletary: Turns six touches into 43 yards

    Singletary rushed three times for 17 yards and caught three of four targets for 26 yards in Sunday's 41-15 loss to Indianapolis.

    Singletary's 43 scrimmage yards landed him between Matt Breida (67) and Zack Moss (five). Buffalo's backfield was already frustrating enough with just Moss and Singletary splitting carries, but it appears Breida has now forced a three-way timeshare. All three Bills running backs will likely remain involved when the team takes the field in New Orleans on Thanksgiving.

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  • Bills' Devin Singletary: Scores TD but so do other Bills RBs

    Singletary rushed seven times for 43 yards and a touchdown while catching his only target for six yards in Sunday's 45-17 win over the Jets.

    Singletary led the Bills in rushing yards, but his output was capped by sharing the load with Zack Moss (concussion) and Matt Breida. Moss also got seven carries and scored a touchdown, while Breida found paydirt on two of his six touches. All three members of Buffalo's backfield found success against a Jets defense that has been the most generous in the league to running backs, but the sledding will be tougher for Singletary and Co. in Week 11 against the Colts.

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  • Bills' Devin Singletary: No monopoly on backfield

    Singletary's teammate Zack Moss cleared the concussion protocols Saturday and is expected to suit up Sunday against the Jets.

    While the duo still gets a juicy matchup against the Jets' 27th-ranked run defense, Singletary hasn't been able to do much in any game where he shares the load with his young teammate. Singletary hasn't passed 100 rushing yards in any game since Moss was drafted last season, and he has just one scrimmage TD in 2021. What was looking like a great free-agent fantasy pickup early in the week has fallen back to a mediocre-at-best option, with the real hope being that the Bills take control of the game and allow both backs to run wild.

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  • Bills' Devin Singletary: Week 10 workload in flux

    Singletary's teammate Zack Moss (concussion) returned to practice on a limited basis Thursday.

    Singletary has been a hot pickup all week due to the possibility that he could have the Buffalo backfield mostly to himself in Week 10 should Moss not get through all the protocols. The latter's status took an uptick with the limited session, however, as Moss still has time to clear the rest of the concussion protocols in time for Sunday's game. Singletary would be a good yardage play should Moss have to miss a game, though the former has not proven to be much of an option this season when sharing the backfield. Singletary does lead the Bills in rushing yards, but it's a modest total of 355 and he has just one trip to the end zone (one rushing, zero receiving) all season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-7, 203 lbs
Birthplace: Deerfield Beach, FL
Age: 24
Class: Junior