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How to handle Zack Moss injury in Week 5 fantasy football

Zack Moss is on the Bills final injury report for Week 5. We break down what it means for fantasy football roster decisions.

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Sunday AM update: The Titans have had a staff member test positive Sunday morning, with Adam Schefter reporting it is a coach. The team has shut down the facility while it speaks to the league about next steps. If you have to make a decision by 1 p.m. and we don’t have an update, your best bet is benching your Titans and Bills.

Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss is officially listed as questionable ahead of the team’s Tuesday night tilt against the Tennessee Titans. Moss has been dealing with a toe injury that kept him out of action over the last two weeks. But he was able to practice in full on Saturday, which gives him a pretty good chance of playing this week.

Fantasy impact: Zack Moss injury

Moss’ return means that the Bills will revert to work share situation with Devin Singletary. If everything reverts to form that will put Moss back into his role as the team’s primary goal-line option, while Singletary works between the 20s. The Titans have been middle of the road when it comes to limiting opposing running backs, and after COVID has ripped through the locker room, the defensive lineup could look a little different this wee.

Both of the Bills’ backs have value this week as Flex plays. Moss has some touchdown upside, but Singletary is probably a safer bet to produce at this point given his overall workload.