College: Utah | 2 years
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 205 lbs
Birth Date: 12/16/1997
Depth Chart: RB1.2
2021 Bye Week: 7
Total Pts: 58.8
Avg Pts: 11.76
Rank: 9 RB
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Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has four touchdowns through the four games he has played this season. Moss sat out the season opener, but has been a reliable PPR option since then. He continues to split up the workload with Devin Singletary, which does hurt his fantasy value. However, Moss has been the better option lately and gets a majority of the carries in the red zone. He should be a viable starter for fantasy managers in need of a running back. Moss is a fine flex option for a favorable matchup against the Tennessee Titans in Week 6.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has seemingly taken over the lead back job for this offense. He has put together three straight games of 10 rushing attempts or more, including the Week 5 performance against the Kansas City Chiefs. Moss rushed 11 times for 37 yards, but also hauled in three receptions for 55 yards through the air. Fantasy managers who are in need of a running back should quickly check if Moss is available. He'll be on the flex radar for their next matchup against the Tennessee Titans.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has looked much better over the last few games. He has rushed for 60 yards or more over his last two games. He'll have a solid chance of doing that again versus the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 5. A defense that has heavily struggled to contain the running game this season. Unfortunately for Moss, he'll be forced to split the carries with Devin Singletary. Despite that, Moss has rushed 13 times or more over his last two games. There should be plenty of chances for him in Week 5, which makes him a possible flex option.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss saw a season-high 14 carries during the Week 4 matchup with the Houston Texans. He rushed for 61 yards and scored a touchdown in what ended up being a 40-0 blowout win. Moss saw a majority of the carries in the red zone, but Devin Singletary got his share of work in as well. As of right now, Moss might be the better option of the two because of his upside to score. He should fall into RB3/flex territory against the Kansas City Chiefs shaky defense in Week 5.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has found a way to hold fantasy value each of the last two weeks. He was a healthy scratch during the season opener, but Moss has been a decent contributor since then. Moss has scored three total touchdowns over the last two games. He'll get a favorable matchup in Week 4 against a Houston Texans defense that has allowed the ninth-most fantasy points to backs. Despite that, Devin Singletary will continue splitting up the carries with Moss. There should still be roughly 10 carries for Moss and luckily most of his chances are in the red zone. He'll be a desperation option who is clearly touchdown-dependent for Week 4.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss put together a surprisingly strong performance against the Washington Football Team in Week 3. Moss rushed 13 times for 60 yards and hauled in three receptions for 31 yards and one touchdown in the win. It was odd to see Moss actually outplay Devin Singletary in this one. The second-year back has been a touchdown-dependent option and should remain that way. He'll have shaky flex appeal against the Houston Texans in Week 4.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss saw his first action of the season versus the Miami Dolphins in Week 2. He rushed eight times for 26 yards and scored two touchdowns. Let's be honest, Moss is mainly going to be the Bills red zone back. Otherwise, Devin Singletary is going to see the bulk of the work in the backfield. Moss will get a tough matchup against Washington who allowed the second-fewest amount of scores to running backs last season. Fantasy managers should consider Moss a touchdown-dependent option, but he should be on the bench in most leagues for Week 3.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss was a healthy scratch for the season opener. However, he got back on the field for their matchup with the Miami Dolphins. Moss rushed eight times for 26 yards and two touchdowns in the blowout win. It wasn't a great day on the ground for Moss, but he managed to get two red zone scores. He was expected to be used in this situation coming into the season. He'll remain a touchdown-dependent RB4 for a tough matchup versus Washington in Week 3.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss was a healthy scratch from the Week 1 battle with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Despite that, head coach Sean McDermott has mentioned Moss looks good in practice. It sounds like Moss should be available for Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins. He'll be asked to split up the carries with Devin Singletary, so neither will have great fantasy appeal. Moss is the worse option between the two and falls into low-end RB3 territory for this game.
Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that the health of running back Zack Moss in training camp contributed to him being inactive in the Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, McDermott said that Moss has looked good in practice this week. In Moss' absence in the season opener, Devin Singletary played 75.2 percent of the offensive snaps and ran the ball 11 times for 72 yards while catching three passes for eight yards. Moss isn't listed on the team's injury report ahead of Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins, but the same could also be said about last week before he was a surprise inactive. It sounds as though the 23-year-old is trending toward making his season debut this weekend, but he'll be hard to trust in starting fantasy lineups until we see the Bills put more trust in him.
Moss is not active for the Week 1 game. Devin Singletary should start and get most of the work at running back for the Bills.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss is not active for the team's Week 1 contest against the Steelers, but Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that Moss isn't injured. Maybe there's something going on behind the scenes, but Moss being inactive comes as a huge surprise as he was expected to be a huge part of this running back room. This likely means Devin Singletary will see the bulk of the backfield touches and jumps up into the low-end RB2 conversation. We could also see Matt Breida sprinkled in more than expected, which could give Breida some DFS upside that he didn't have before.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss is coming off a lackluster rookie campaign. He rushed for 481 yards and four touchdowns in 13 games last season. Devin Singletary was the lead back, but Moss saw plenty of chances behind him. It sounds like the two of them will split up the carries this season. Although, both backs could struggle on the ground during their Week 1 matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers. A team that allowed the 10th-fewest amount of fantasy points on the ground last season. Moss was often favored in red zone situations, so he could be a touchdown-dependent option here. It's unlikely that he's going to find much space to run in this game. His value could hinge on whether or not he can find the end zone.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss was not able to separate himself in the battle for the starting job on Saturday. He rushed four times for 10 yards and added a three-yard reception in the preseason victory over the Green Bay Packers. It was not a good day for any of the backs in Buffalo. Both Moss and Devin Singletary weren't impressive and didn't help paint a clearer picture. Fantasy managers should expect them to split up the workload heading into the season. That means, both players aren't going to be anything more than borderline flex options in most fantasy formats.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss came in as the backup to Devin Singletary, but outplayed him during Saturday's preseason matchup with the Chicago Bears. Singletary worked almost exclusively to begin the game, but Moss took over after around 20 or so offensive snaps. Moss finished with four carries for 21 yards in the blowout victory. Buffalo appears to be using the same committee approach as they did last season. This is not ideal for either running back, but Moss might have slightly more value because he usually gets goal line snaps.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (hamstring) will play in Saturday's preseason game against the Chicago Bears. He missed the preseason opener against the Detroit Lions due to a hamstring injury. The 23-year-old was able to return to practice on Monday and is all systems go for Saturday's second preseason contest. Moss had offseason ankle surgery and is competing with Devin Singletary and Matt Breida for the Bills starting running back gig. The 2020 third-rounder rushed for 481 yards and four touchdowns while hauling in 94 receiving yards and one touchdown over 13 games in 2020. Moss currently has an ADP of 95.98 in FFPC leagues and could smash ADP if he can become Buffalo's RB1.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (hamstring) was able to return to practice on Monday. He wasn't able to play in Friday's preseason game due to a lingering hamstring issue. However, it sounds like Moss is feeling better and could potentially return for their next preseason matchup. It'll be interesting to see how the Bills work Moss into the mix. Matt Breida couldn't take advantage of his chances in their first preseason game. He could quickly fall down on the depth chart with the return of Moss. Both Devin Singletary and Moss should split up a majority of the carries in Buffalo this season.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss could take over the backfield in 2021, according to Joe Buscaglia. He went on the say that he believes Moss could end up seeing 70 percent of the snaps in the backfield. The second-year back had his rookie season hindered by injuries and fumbling issues. Despite that, Devin Singletary did little to earn the full-time lead back job in Buffalo. Last season, the Bills leaned on Moss as their goal-line back, which could happen again. It honestly seems unlikely that Moss gets 70 percent of the snaps with Singletary healthy. However, Moss has decent upside and the fact he gets goal line carries makes him a worthy of a late round selection in standard leagues.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss loss the first six weeks of his rookie season due to a turf-toe injury, giving a lot of opportunities to Devin Singletary. In eight games where all things were equal with Moss and Singletary, Moss saw 52.97% of the snaps, while Singletary saw 47.21%. Moss had 20 more rushing attempts and four touchdowns to Singletary's one, and he was also the more impressive back down the stretch. He has underrated receiving skills, is the best runner between the tackles and is the team's preferred goal-line back. If he continues to improve, Moss could take over this backfield in 2021, making him worth targeting as an RB3 at his current ninth-round cost.