Moss is a better runner between the tackles than his counterpart Devin Singletary and is an underrated pass catcher. He's a big powerful back who averaged over four yards per carry in his rookie season and will benefit from big leads and frigid temperatures in Buffalo. The biggest threat to his fantasy upside is that QB Josh Allen is the primary goal-line threat on the team. However, if Moss secures the lion's share of rushes, he can be a solid RB2. He's being drafted as RB40 right now but expect him to rise on draft boards by the time the season starts.