Devin Singletary may dominate early season touches

According to ESPN's Marcel Louis-Jacques, Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary may operate as the featured back until Zack ‘Moss proves he deserves a larger share’ of the backfield touches.

Fantasy Impact: 

Devin Singletary could very well start the 2020 season with a much larger role than many may have him pegged for. Rookie running back Zack Moss will make his presence felt in the backfield, but there is ample reason to believe that Singletary will still see more than enough touches to outperform his current ADP as the 22nd running back off the board. In his final eight games of 2019, Singletary racked up 131 carries for 603 rushing yards (4.6 yards per carry), and 20 receptions for 136 receiving yards, compared to just 187 yards from scrimmage on 68 touches for Frank Gore. Zack Moss will have value due to his goal line work and projected late season role, but Singletary could exceed 250+ touches if he keeps up his second half pace and workload split.

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