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Devin Singletary

Devin Singletary

RB - BUF
Height: 5' 7"Weight: 203 lbsAge: 22College: FAU

Week 10 Outlook

BUF @ CLE
Sun 1:00pm ET
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Week Rank (ECR) RB #18
Projection 10.9 pts

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Very high on the explosive Singletary, who finally got the work he deserves last week. Cleveland defense remains beatable, so he could shine.

Cleveland is just 25th against fantasy running backs, Singletary has been ascending in recent weeks and he should be a RB2 in a great matchup this week.

In Buffalo, there has been no question about who is the future in the backfield for the Bills, but the question was when the rookie would be able to take over given his health and any inexperience concerns. It appears the shift has happened, and Singletary is the back to own in Buffalo now. Last week, the rookie played 40 snaps to Frank Gore's 21, and he had 23 touches to Gore's 11. This performance came in a game where Buffalo led throughout, showing that the Bills now want to use Singletary in both running and passing situations. In just 52 touches this season, the rookie has totaled 370 yards and three touchdowns. He is a playmaker and a touchdown threat every time he touches the ball.

Has there been a changing of the guard in Buffalo? It would appear so, as Gore has played just 38-of-121 snaps the last two weeks, while Singletary has played 81 snaps. They're still giving Gore plenty of work (20 carries), but Singletary has racked up 30 touches over the last two weeks that have netted 189 yards and two touchdowns. Meanwhile, Gore's 20 touches in that time have netted 49 scoreless yards. Not only have running backs averaged a respectable 27.9 touches per game against the Browns, but they've been highly efficient touches. The 4.93 yards per carry they've allowed is the second-most in football, while the 7.83 yards per target ranks as the third-highest mark. We've seen four different running backs tally 22-plus PPR points in the matchup and Phillip Lindsay probably would've been the fifth one had the Broncos run the ball more, as he totaled 15.2 points on just nine touches last week. There's still some uncertainty with the backfield and you can't automatically assume that Singletary is an RB2 for the rest of the season, as it seems somewhat unlikely that Gore just fades into oblivion. But if we're playing the trends and the matchup, Singletary should be played as a low-end RB2 this week.

The needed spark in the Buffalo offense, should continue to see a healthy workload

Singletary finally had the huge breakout game his fantasy owners have been waiting for in Week 9, rumbling for a touchdown and tallying several explosive plays. With Frank Gore finally starting to look his age, expect Singletary to have a much bigger role going forward, one that should make him a borderline RB2 for the rest of the season.

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