By Kyle Yates (FantasyPros), Fri, Sep 17th 2021, 3:25pm EDT
Zack Moss was a surprisingly late inactive for the Bills and it appears that Devin Singletary may have taken the full reigns of this starting job. With that being said, we need to temper our expectations for Singletary from a fantasy perspective. While he was great on the ground against Pittsburgh - 72 yards rushing and 6.5 YPC - there's very little upside to starting him in your lineups. At his size, he's unlikely to see 20+ carries in a game and we know the offense doesn't want to operate that way anyway, plus he's going to lose out on goal-line opportunities to Allen. Singletary can be incredibly efficient and still fall outside of the top-24 RBs on the week because of his lack of volume and scoring upside. Up against Miami, it's best to view Singletary as a high-end RB3 that has very little upside.