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Bills GM Brandon Beane loves rookie RB James Cook's pass-catching ability. "He's got really good hands," Beane said. "Very instinctive in the pass game ... Some guys just have the feel like a slot receiver. It's the feel of what you're getting -- whether to sit down in zone or run by your man. He's got speed ... You can feel his speed with the ball in his hands." Cook is the favorite to immediately take over as Buffalo's primary pass-catching back ahead of Devin Singletary. The big question is how much rushing volume he'll garner. Cook goes just 199 pounds and never topped 113 carries across 4 college seasons. "We see his best skill set as a sub back, but I think he can handle carries too if we wanna give him some more carries," said Beane.

Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic writes that Bills RB James Cook “will likely jolt a dormant screen game that has struggled for years since Sean McDermott became the head coach.” Last year, Buffalo couldn’t trust any RB not named Devin Singletary. With Singletary set for unrestricted free agency next year, the front office made a proactive move by adding arguably the most dynamic back in this class. A dangerous receiver, Cook could push for 30+ catches in year 1.

The Bills selected RB James Cook in Round 2 of the NFL Draft. Cook brings incredible raw speed and burst, and he showed it at the Combine with a 4.42 forty-time. He’s not a pure tackle-breaker at only 200 pounds, but Cook effectively plays a slashing style similar to Alvin Kamara. Sharing touches with fellow rookie RB Zamir White, Cook tallied 113-728-7 (6.4 yards per carry) and 27-284-4 (10.5 yards per catch) as a 2021 senior. He’ll factor into Buffalo’s 2022 backfield with clear pass-catching upside. Note that Devin Singletary is entering a contract season.

Beat writer Joe Buscagila of The Athletic believes the Bills “should” spend a “Day 2 or early Day 3 pick” on a RB. Buscagila points out that the current Bills staff has typically favored a 1-2 punch. Zack Moss took a step back after a promising rookie year. Devin Singletary, meanwhile, impressed with career highs in yards, TDs and receptions. He enters the offseason as Buffalo's clear lead back -- just note that he enters the final year of his rookie deal. GM Brandon Beane also spoke this offseason about adding more speed to the offense, and such a move could come in the form of a new RB. “I’m always looking for speed,” Beane said in January. “You’d love to have a (run after catch) guy that you can get the ball to and he can turn a five-yard pass into a 60-yard touchdown. We talked about speed here. You can never have enough of that. So we’ll continue to look for various ways.”

Bills RB Matt Breida is a healthy scratch for today's game vs. the Falcons. Buffalo will again go with RBs Devin Singletary and Zack Moss. Singletary has racked up 34 carries and 7 targets over the last 2 weeks.

Bills RB Matt Breida is a healthy scratch for today's game vs. the Patriots. RB Zack Moss is active after being healthy scratched the past 2 weeks. That might hint at more of a power-run element to Buffalo's run game plan today. But we're still expecting Devin Singletary to operate as the Bills' lead back.

Bills RB Zack Moss is a healthy scratch for today's game vs. the Bucs. It's not a surprise with the power running game unlikely to be a big part of Buffalo's game plan today. Devin Singletary and Matt Breida will handle backfield duties for the Bills, but neither is a good fantasy bet.

6:55pm EST 12/6/21

Bills RB Zack Moss is active for tonight's game vs. the Patriots after getting healthy scratched last week. He joins Devin Singletary and Matt Breida in the backfield. Buffalo figures to run it more tonight than usual in snowy and windy conditions.

Bills RB Zack Moss is a healthy scratch for tonight's game vs. the Saints. Buffalo will roll with RBs Devin Singletary and Matt Breida. "I think it'll be a 1A/1B situation unless someone gets hot," The Athletic's Joe Buscaglia wrote, labeling Singletary the 1A. In a matchup vs. the league's top-ranked RB defense, consider Singletary and Breida just RB3 or flex options.

11:30am EST 11/14/21

Bills RB Zack Moss (concussion) is active for today’s game vs. the Jets. He figures to continue splitting backfield work with Devin Singletary, leaving both guys as just RB3 or flex plays.

Bills RB Zack Moss has cleared the concussion protocol, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Barring a setback, Moss will be available for Sunday's game vs. the Jets. He had been operating as Buffalo's lead back but was out-carried 5 to 3 by Devin Singletary before exiting last week's loss to Jacksonville. Moss and Singletary both look like RB3s with upside vs. the Jets tomorrow.

Bills RB Zack Moss (concussion) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Jets. He got in limited practices on Thursday and Friday. The Athletic’s Joe Buscaglia notes that Moss was not wearing a non-contact jersey on Friday, so he seems to be making good progress through the protocol. We’ll see whether he can get full clearance in time for Sunday’s game. If not, Devin Singletary would be Buffalo’s clear lead back -- and a RB2 in fantasy lineups.

Bills RB Zack Moss (concussion) did not practice on Wednesday. He's looking unlikely to play vs. the Jets this weekend. Moss' absence would put Devin Singletary in the RB2 mix.

Bills RB Matt Breida is a healthy scratch for today's game vs. Washington. It'll be Devin Singletary and Zack Moss in Buffalo's backfield.

11:09am EDT 9/19/21

Bills RB Zack Moss is active for today’s game against the Dolphins. HC Sean McDermott said this week that Moss was scratched for the opener after dealing with injuries during August -- but that he had a good week of practice leading up to this one. We’ll see how big a role Moss plays, but he shouldn’t be in Week 2 fantasy lineups. His return lowers RB Devin Singletary’s fantasy floor and ceiling, though.

Bills HC Sean McDermott said Friday that RB Zack Moss was inactive for the opener because he struggled with injuries in training camp. Moss missed a little less than a week with a hamstring issue but was otherwise fine as far as we know. McDermott added that Moss "looked good" in practice this week. It sounds like there's a chance he's active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. But we still wouldn't be using him in fantasy lineups.

11:09am EDT 9/12/21

Bills RB Zack Moss is a surprise inactive for today's game against the Dolphins. We'll see whether he was injured in pregame warmups or is a healthy scratch. Either way, it'll be Devin Singletary and Matt Breida in Buffalo's backfield today. Singletary now looks like a solid Week 1 fantasy play.

Update: NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says Moss is not injured.

Bills RB Devin Singletary got the start in Saturday's preseason finale and played all 12 snaps on the 1st possession. RB Zack Moss ended up leading the backfield with 16 snaps with QB Josh Allen, though. Singletary played 15 and RB Matt Breida 7. Breida, interestingly, played 6 of those 7 snaps in the slot or split out wide. This is looking like at least a 2-man, and potentially a 3-man committee heading into Week 1.

Bills RB Devin Singletary played all 10 snaps on the team’s 1st possession of Saturday's preseason game vs. the Bears. He ended up out-snapping RB Zack Moss 21 to 12 with what amounted to the 1st-team offense. Singletary took 2 carries for 21 yards, highlighted by this impressive TD. Moss finished with 4 carries for 21 yards. It’s possible that Buffalo wanted to limit Moss’ snaps after he missed a few days with a hamstring injury in mid-August. But it’s also possible that Singletary opens the season as the lead back. We've adjusted our projections for the Bills backfield.

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