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What You Need to Know:
-Singletary played all 16 games in 2020. Yet he finished just 32nd in PPR points among RBs. Including the postseason (19 games), he fell shy of 10 PPR points 12 times.
-A pass-first Buffalo offense finished near the bottom of the league with only ~18 RB carries per game.
-In 3 regular season games without Zack Moss, Singletary totaled 52 touches (17.3 per game).
-Singletary tallied a Pro Football Focus Elusive Rating of 68.8 — 11th among 47 RBs with 100+ attempts.
-A lack of goal line attempts have limited Singletary (5’7, 203) to 4 career rushing TDs on 307 attempts. Singletary saw only 8 goal line opportunities in 2020.
-Expect Zack Moss and Josh Allen to remain the primary rushers near the end zone.
-The Bills passed on drafting a RB in the 2021 draft, signaling confidence in the current 1-2 punch. Buffalo did add Matt Breida early in free agency. He’s a long-shot to have a major role after disappointing with Miami in 2020.
Draft Sharks Bottom Line:
After spending a Round 3 pick on Singletary in 2019, the Bills invested another 3rd rounder on Zack Moss last spring. Singletary lacks the size for high volume rush attempts — or the scoring upside you like given the presence of Moss and Josh Allen. A loaded Buffalo pass catching corps caps Singletary’s receiving upside, too.
There’s certainly RB2 upside here if Moss goes down again. Just note: In 13 healthy games together last year, Singletary averaged 8 touches per outing. He’ll be more of a PPR FLEX, barring injury.