RB - BUF
This Week Outlook
Bills running back Matt Breida is a healthy scratch ahead of Sunday's Divisional Round game against the Chiefs.
Breida has seen just one snap and zero touches over the Bills' last four games. Buffalo will operate with Devin Singletary as its lead back and Zack Moss in a backup role this week.
Matt Breida was declared inactive for the Bills Saturday Night Wild Card game against the Patriots.
Breida's absence indicates that Devin Singletary should handle the RB1 workload for the Bills.
Bills running back Matt Breida rushed just one time for one yard against the Panthers on Sunday afternoon. He didn't get involved in the passing game.
Even with Zack Moss inactive, Breida didn't factor into the Bills' game plan. He has just 21 scrimmage yards over the course of the last three games and isn't on the fantasy radar at this point.
Bills running back Matt Breida rushed three times for 12 yards against the Buccaneers on Sunday. Meanwhile, he was unable to haul in his lone target.
After an exciting stretch of games, Breida has come back down to earth, totaling just 20 scrimmage yards over the course of his last two games. Even with Zack Moss being a healthy scratch for the third time this season, Breida proved that he can't be trusted in fantasy formats due to the Bills' lack of reliance on the running game.
Bills running back Matt Breida totaled just one rush, one catch, and eight total yards against the Patriots on Monday night. He also coughed up a first-quarter fumble that proved to be costly.
Breida had 172 scrimmage yards and three touchdowns over his last three games, so it was at least noteworthy that he didn't get very involved on Monday. A fumble coupled with Zack Moss' return from the doghouse factored into Breida's quiet night. He's only worth rostering in deeper leagues.