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What to do with Devin Singletary, Zack Moss in Week 7 fantasy football

We go over Devin Singletary, Zack Moss’ fantasy football outlook ahead of the Bills Week 7 matchup against the Jets.

Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary shakes the tackle of Las Vegas Raiders inside linebacker Cory Littleton during the fourth quarter at Allegiant Stadium Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

Game day update: The Bills face the Jets for the second time this season. These backs didn’t do much the first time around, but the Bills should attempt to establish the run in this favorable matchup. They’re averaging 110 rushing yards and 1.2 TDS per game to running backs.

Week 6 was a tough on on the ground for the Buffalo Bills offense, as they only managed to amass only 84 rushing yards as a team. The Chiefs defense made them try to get it done through the air and they came up short. They have a more desirable match up in Week 7 against the New York Jets and will look to get back on track. Are either of the Bills running backs worthy of a starting spot in your lineup? We break down the fantasy analysis below.

Fantasy Football analysis: Bills RBs Devin Singletary, Zack Moss

Devin Singletary was having a decent season up until Weeks 5 and 6. After a disappointing Week 5 performance of 4.3 points, he let down owners yet again with a final stat line of ten carries for 32 yards and one reception for 13 yards for a total of 5.5 PPR points in Week 6. Prior to the past two games, Singletary was averaging 13.7 PPR points and 12.5 carries per game. The return of Zack Moss from injury and a few difficult match-ups may be to blame for Singletary’s recent poor performances. He should fare better against a Jets rush defense that has allowed an average of 4.2 yards per carry and 125.5 rushing yards per game this season. He can be started in lineups as a low end RB2/flex.

Zack Moss hasn’t managed to contribute much this season, as he only played in two games prior to a toe injury. Upon his return from injury in Week 6, Moss only managed 10 yards on five carries. The Jets are a more favorable match-up, but Moss may not garner a large enough share of the workload to be fantasy relevant just yet. He is best left on the bench until the coaching staff commits to giving him a higher volume.

Fantasy Start/Sit Recommendation

Start Devin Singletary as a RB2/flex

Sit Zack Moss