College: Florida Atlantic | 3 years
Height: 5'7" | Weight: 203 lbs
Birth Date: 9/3/1997
Depth Chart: RB1.1
2021 Bye Week: 7
Total Pts: 44.8
Avg Pts: 8.96
Rank: 12 RB
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Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary has only found the end zone once through the first five games of the season. Although, he does have three 70-plus yard games, but being held out of the end zone is hurting his fantasy value. Second-year back Zack Moss splits up the carries with Singletary and is getting a majority of the red zone chances. Last week, Singletary saw a season-low six carries. His carries should be around 10-12 most weeks, but it's hard to trust him in fantasy formats right now. Singletary is worth holding in case something happens to Moss. However, he'll be a risky flex option for Week 6 against the Tennessee Titans.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary continues to struggle to get anything going on the ground after a strong start to the season. In Week 5, Singletary rushed six times for 25 yards in the win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Singletary got the start, but has taken a backseat to Zack Moss over the last few weeks. He's still worth rostering in case something happens to Moss. However, Singletary won't be worth starting during the Week 6 matchup with the Tennessee Titans.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary has seen 11 or more carries through the first four games of the season. He appears to be getting a steady workload despite splitting up carries with Zack Moss. It's also worth noting that Singletary has rushed for over 70 yards in three of his first four games. He'll have a good chance of doing that again versus the Kansas City Chiefs defense in Week 5. A defense that has allowed the fourth-most fantasy points to running backs this season. Singletary is still going to split up the workload, but he should be in the flex conversation for this favorable matchup.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary had a fine day running the football against the Houston Texans in Week 4. He rushed 14 times for 79 yards, but failed to find the end zone for the second straight week. Singletary only had one reception in the passing game and fumbled the ball in the third quarter as well. It was an odd game for him, but fantasy managers should expect Singletary to remain involved. He should be a possible RB3 against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 5.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary had a season-low 26 yards during the Week 3 win over Washington. It was certainly frustrating for fantasy managers after two straight solid games to begin the season. The hope is that Singletary will rebound against the Houston Texans in Week 4. A defense that has allowed the ninth-most fantasy points to running backs this season. However, Singletary is going to split up the carries with Zack Moss, which hinders his value. Singletary should still get roughly 10 carries, but he'll be a low-end RB2 for this game.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary was the lead back through the first two weeks of the regular season. However, the Bills are getting second-year back Zack Moss more involved as the season goes on. In Week 3, Singletary rushed 11 times for 26 yards in the win over Washington. It was an ugly game for Singletary on the ground as he averaged 2.4 yards per carry. Moss looked much better on the ground and could see more usage in the future. Neither back should be considered a reliable option, but Singletary will fall into desperation RB3 territory for Week 4.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary has surprised many with two straight 70-plus games on the ground. It has been a nice start to the season for Singletary, but it won't get easier in Week 3. He'll have to run against a Washington defense that allowed the second-fewest touchdowns to running backs last season. The good news is, Singletary appears to be in line for at least 10-plus carries per game. Sadly, fantasy managers won't be able to trust him more than a RB3 for this tough matchup.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary has surprisingly been efficient on the ground to begin the season. Singletary was expected to split the lead back role with second-year player Zack Moss, but that doesn't seem to always be the case. In Week 2, Singletary rushed 13 times for 82 yards and one touchdown in the blowout win over the Miami Dolphins. Singletary's lone score was a 46-yard run where he went untouched all the way to the end zone. He should remain in RB3 territory for the Week 3 matchup with the Washington Football Team.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary was the clear cut No. 1 back during the season opener versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. Second-year back Zack Moss was a healthy scratch, which meant more touches for Singletary. He finished with 72 yards on 11 carries in the loss to Pittsburgh. It was a solid day on the ground for Singletary, but things aren't going to get easier for him. It sounds like Moss is expected to play versus the Miami Dolphins in Week 2. He should cut into Singletary's snaps and possibly take the end zone carries as well. Fantasy managers should consider Singletary a flex option at best for this matchup.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary was expected to see a significant workload with Zack Moss being scratched for Week 1 versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. He rushed 11 times for 72 yards and was held without a touchdown. Singletary finished with 6.5 yards per carry, which is a solid against the Steelers elite run defense. He probably could've helped more than he did, but the Bills were forced to pass down double digits in the fourth quarter. Despite that, Singletary was fairly solid in Week 1 and could sneak his way into having flex appeal in Week 2.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary was not much of a fantasy option in most formats last season. He finished with 687 yards and two total touchdowns on the ground in 16 games. Things aren't going to get easier for him against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. A team that allowed the 10th-fewest amount of fantasy points on the ground last season. The Bills are expected to split up the carries between Singletary and Zack Moss. It'll be interesting to see who gets the red zone carries, but Moss was favored in that spot last season. Right now, Singletary is a flex option in PPR formats, but a shaky option in most standard 12-team leagues for Week 1.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary didn't see much action during Saturday's preseason finale versus the Green Bay Packers. Singletary was on the field for all of the first quarter plays, but didn't get a single rushing attempt. He finished the game with two receptions for eight yards in the win. Sadly, quarterback Jake Fromm finished with the most rushing yards out of everyone in Buffalo on Saturday. It appears Singletary and Zack Moss are going to split up the touches to begin the season. Neither of them are favorable options and are going to have borderline flex value on a weekly basis.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary was the lead back for Saturday's game against the Chicago Bears. Although, that might not mean too much since he only saw two carries on the ground. He finished Saturday's preseason matchup with 21 yards on the ground and one touchdown. Fantasy managers should still believe that Singletary and Zack Moss will split the carries. That is going to hinder both their values, but Moss might have the slight edge. Buffalo leaned on Moss during end zone trips last season, but we'll see if that remains the same in 2021.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary joined in on the action during Friday's preseason matchup with the Detroit Lions. He saw eight carries for 42 yards and added one reception for a six-yard touchdown. Heading into training camp, Singletary and Zack Moss (hamstring) were expected to be a two-headed monster at running back. Sadly, injuries have sidelined Moss for the beginning of the preseason. The organization is uncertain when he'll be ready to play, which means increased value for Singletary. The absence of Moss means Singletary is going to be the lead back until further notice. That being said, Singletary could push himself into the RB2 conversation, assuming Moss remains sidelined.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary is reportedly looking and feeling faster, according to the team's website. However, he is still going to battle for touches with Zack Moss in the backfield. It seemed often times last season that the Bills favored Moss in goal-line situations. Although, injuries kept him sidelined at times, so Singletary continued to hold the lead back job. It'll be interesting to see how the Bills split up the carries heading into next season. Moss is going to get carries, assuming he's healthy. Singletary should find himself settling in the RB3 range. Possibly, someone worth snagging as bench depth in the late rounds during 12-team drafts.