Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 7 Rankings
Frank Gore photo 39. Frank Gore (vs . MIA)
With the way Gore has played, it seems unlikely Devin Singletary will take over the lead role. Over the three games Gore filled the workhorse role, he totaled 245 yards on 45 carries (5.4 yards per carry) with one touchdown, though T.J. Yeldon did take on most of the receiving work. We've only seen 10 carries in Singletary's young career, so it may be a bit premature to say he'll take over anyway. Fortunately, both running backs should see a lot of carries in this game against the Dolphins. Their opponents are averaging 31.2 carries per game, and that's not even counting the 4.6 receptions available to them. The craziest part is that the Dolphins have already had their bye week, yet there are just two teams who have faced more rushing attempts. Not a single team of running backs have totaled less than 27 rushing attempts. They've been high-quality attempts, too, as the Dolphins have allowed a flattering 4.80 yards per carry with at least one rushing touchdown in 4-of-5 games. Even through the air, they're allowing a lot of efficiency, as running backs have averaged a league-leading 2.69 PPR points per target against them. The Bills have capped Gore at 19 carries over the first five games, so worse case scenario, we're probably looking at 10-12 touches for Singletary. Gore should be startable as a solid high-floor RB3 who should be a lock for 80-plus total yards.
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Devin Singletary photo 46. Devin Singletary (vs . MIA)
Prior to his injury, Singletary was very efficient, averaging 10.3 yards per touch. It should be interesting to see how he functions with Frank Gore's emergence, but the Bills would be mistaken not to explore what they have in Singletary. He's a high-upside bench stash at this point but could be a desperation FLEX if you need him.
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T.J. Yeldon photo 67. T.J. Yeldon (vs . MIA)