Singletary ran for 86 yards and one touchdown on 22 carries against Carolina on Sunday. He also had one catch for 10 yards.

With star quarterback Josh Allen managing a foot tweak, there was a lot of pressure for Singletary to step up against the Panthers and he answered the call. Allen sometimes struggled against Carolina's strong pass rush, but when the passing game went cold, Singletary often helped will the offense down the field and played a big role in Buffalo's ability to control the game despite their occasional struggles on offense. The Bills' backfield rotation has been all over the place all year, but a showing like this in a must-win game might earn Singletary more leash as the team tries to rally for a playoff push. Unfortunately for Singletary and the Bills offense, they head to New England to face the Patriots in Week 16.

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