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Week 6 PPR Rankings
Devin Singletary Note
Devin Singletary photo 21. Devin Singletary (vs . KC)
We have no clue what to do with Moss at this point, as he's not touched the ball since Week 2 and was inactive on Tuesday night where T.J. Yeldon ate into his potential workload. Singletary didn't look good against the Titans, so it's hard to say how this backfield will look moving forward, though I suspect Singletary will remain the most valuable. It's an important question considering the matchup they have in front of them, as the Chiefs have continually been one of the worst teams in the league against the run. After allowing the fourth-most fantasy points to running backs last year, they rank as the 10th-worst in the league this year, and that's despite allowing just three touchdowns to them. Based on yardage, they've allowed 913 of them, which is 44 more yards than any other team in the NFL. Dating back to last year, in the same scheme, with very similar personnel, the Chiefs have allowed 23 running backs to hit double-digit PPR points against them. Keep in mind that's a span of 21 games, so more than one per game. 15 of those running backs broke the 15-point barrier. The total weighted opportunity against the Chiefs for running backs is the second-highest mark in the league behind only the Panthers, so we want some action on Bills running backs. For now, Singletary should be considered as a low-end RB2 with more upside than most in that territory, though he would get a bump in the rankings is Moss is inactive again. If Moss plays, he's nothing more than a risky RB4 who's been out of the lineup for three weeks.
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Zack Moss Note
Zack Moss photo 43. Zack Moss (vs . KC)
Reggie Gilliam Note
Reggie Gilliam photo 95. Reggie Gilliam (vs . KC)
Taiwan Jones Note
Taiwan Jones photo 97. Taiwan Jones (vs . KC)