RB - BUF
Week 7 Outlook
Bills running back Zack Moss rushed eight times for 24 yards against the Titans in Week 6. He also hauled in two of four targets for an extra 15 yards through the air.
After posting 244 scrimmage yards and two touchdowns over the last three games, Moss quieted down on Monday night. This is likely due to the fact that the game was competitive, forcing Josh Allen to move the ball downfield via the passing game rather than kill time by running the ball. Moss will carry mid-range RB3 relevance when Buffalo returns from its Week 7 bye.
Bills running back Zack Moss carried the ball 11 times for 37 yards against the Chiefs on Sunday night. He also caught three passes for 55 yards through the air.
While Moss was unable to find the end zone, he continued his trend of posting big fantasy performances. He will likely fall into the mid-range RB3 category against the Titans in Week 5.
Bills running back Zack Moss rushed 14 times for 61 yards and a touchdown against the Texans on Sunday.
Moss has now found the end zone four times over the last three games. While he and Devin Singletary both had 14 touches, Moss at least asserted himself as a viable fantasy option. For the time being, he can be trusted as a low-end RB3 or flex play.
Bills running back Zack Moss rushed 13 times for 60 yards against Washington on Sunday. He also totaled three catches, 31 yards, and a touchdown through the air.
After being a healthy scratch in Week 1, Moss has now produced three touchdowns over his last two games. While this scoring rate probably isn't sustainable, the second-year back could warrant low-end flex consideration depending on matchup going forward.
Bills running back Zack Moss rushed eight times for 26 yards and two touchdowns against the Dolphins on Sunday. He also added a pair of catches for eight yards through the air. The second-year back did fumble once in the effort.
Moss was a healthy scratch in Week 1 but managed to find paydirt twice in Week 2. Still, Buffalo felt more comfortable giving him the ball since they shut out Miami by a score of 35-0. If the game were closer, Moss likely would have seen much less involvement. He's worth rostering in dynasty and deeper redraft leagues but shouldn't be started unless Devin Singletary goes down.