Bills RB Zack Moss underwent "tight rope" surgery to repair his high-ankle sprain on Tuesday morning, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. That's the procedure QB Tua Tagovailoa had at Alabama in 2019, ultimately returning to play 3 weeks later. Moss is expected to make a full recovery and be ready for the start of the offseason program, per Schefter. Moss averaged a solid 4.3 yards per carry as a rookie, emerging as Buffalo's lead ball-carrier over the 2nd half. His upside is capped going forward, though, by the presence of RB Devin Singletary and the Bills' pass-centric offense.
Bills RB Zack Moss will miss the rest of the playoffs with the ankle injury he suffered in the Wild Card win over the Colts, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. That leaves T.J. Yeldon, Taiwan Jones and Antonio Williams behind Devin Singletary in the RB room. Even in Buffalo's pass-heavy offense, Singletary is a good bet for 15+ touches in this weekend's game vs. the Ravens.
Bills RB Zack Moss left Saturday's win over the Colts with an ankle injury and is expected to miss some time, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo. It remains to be seen just how long, as we await an official diagnosis. Obviously, it'll also depend some on how far the Bills advance. We'll watch for updates. In the meantime, Devin Singletary gains fantasy upside.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) put in a full week of practice and isn't listed on the final Week 6 injury report. The rookie will return for Monday night's game against the Chiefs as the #2 RB behind Devin Singletary.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) put in a full practice on Thursday. So he should be back for Monday night's game vs. the Chiefs. The rookie worked in a committee behind Devin Singletary over the first 2 weeks, totaling 17 carries and 4 targets. Expect similar usage going forward.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) is inactive for tonight’s game against the Titans. It’s a surprise after the rookie put in a full practice on Saturday. Devin Singletary will remain close to an every-down back for Buffalo tonight.
As of 12:30 pm ET on Sunday, the Bills-Titans game remains on for Tuesday night. There's still plenty of time for that to change, so you'll need to decide for yourself whether you want to risk leaving Bills and Titans players in your lineups. It'd be nice to at least have backup options available from Monday night's Chargers-Saints game. We've left our full projections in place for Bills and Titans players in the Week 5 Rankings.
The Titans have shut down their facility again after a coach tested positive for COVID on Sunday morning, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. The team had gone a couple days without a positive and seemed on track to play the Bills on Tuesday night. But that's now in serious doubt. We'll continue tracking the situation, but Bills and Titans players should probably be on fantasy benches for now.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's game against the Titans. He put in a full practice on Saturday, so we're expecting the rookie to play. He's a risky RB3 or Flex in his 1st game back, but his return knocks Devin Singletary down to lower-end RB2 territory.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) has remained limited in practice so far this week. We’ll see how he’s listed on the final injury report tomorrow for Tuesday’s game against the Titans. Moss’ return would put a dent in RB Devin Singletary’s projected volume.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) remained limited in Wednesday's practice. He was limited all 3 days last week before missing the Raiders game. We'll continue to track the rookie's progress ahead of Sunday's (possible) game vs. Tennessee.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) is inactive for today’s game against the Raiders. That will again put RB Devin Singletary in a near every-down role in a plus matchup.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders after a limited week of practice. Clearly still not at 100%, Moss isn't a recommended Week 4 fantasy play. His absence would be a big boost to RB Devin Singletary, who played 89% of Buffalo's offensive snaps with Moss out last week.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) returned to a limited practice on Wednesday. That gives him a shot to suit up for this weekend's game against the Raiders. When healthy, Moss will step back into a timeshare with RB Devin Singletary.
Bills HC Sean McDermott said during a Friday morning radio interview that RB Zack Moss (toe) will miss Sunday's game against the Rams. That clears the path for Devin Singletary to control backfield touches. Singletary collected just 9 and 10 carries in Buffalo's 1st 2 victories but should see more ground work vs. L.A. He's a fairly comfy RB2 option in an offense that has looked terrific in 2 upside matchups. The Rams bring the toughest defense the Bills will have faced so far.
Bills RB Zack Moss (toe) remained sidelined for Thursday's practice. He appears to be in real danger of missing this weekend's game vs. the Rams. That'd be a big boost to RB Devin Singletary's projected volume.
Bills RB Zack Moss missed Wednesday's practice with a toe injury. We don't have any further details, but toe injuries can be tough. Let's see if Moss is able to get back on the field tomorrow. His absence would be a big boost for RB Devin Singletary.
The Bills added Zack Moss to the backfield in the 3rd round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Moss was the Utes’ lead back for his final 3 years on campus, topping 1,000 rushing yards each season and averaging 5.9 yards per carry. That includes career highs in carries (235), yards (1,416) and TDs (15) this past year. Moss was a tackle-breaking machine, ranking 2nd among draft-eligible backs with 89 missed tackles forced and 8th with 1,042 yards after contact, per Pro Football Focus. He’s also good in the passing game, totaling 65 catches for 681 yards (10.5 YPC) and 3 TDs over the past 3 seasons. He ranked 10th in yards per route run among draft-eligible RBs. Moss looks like a subpar athlete on tape, though, and registered a 28th percentile SPARQ score at the Combine. He also carries a lengthy injury history, missing time in college with toe, knee and shoulder issues. We heard one scout compare Moss to a poor man’s Eddie Lacy. He figures to be the ‘thunder’ to Devin Singletary’s ‘lightning’ in Buffalo’s backfield.
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