Devin Singletary carried the ball 13 times for 42 rushing yards while catching 3-of-4 targets for 28 yards. He dominated the backfield opportunities with 71% opportunity share. However, James Cook still stayed involved. The rookie carried the ball 5 times for 34 yards and scored a receiving TD in the red zone (3 targets). Singletary still out-snapped Cook by 60% to 36%. The veteran also ran more routes (50% vs. 33%). Disappointing to see Cook's usage dip after two encouraging weeks. Even with the plus-matchup next week vs. the Bears, both Bills RBs will be difficult to trust.