Singletary turned in a No. 31 finish as a rookie despite playing just 12 games. His per game production made him a fringe RB2. His snaps rose in Week 8, and he played 65% or more consistently through Week 16. During that span, he averaged 17.6 touches for 88 total yards and 0.33 touchdowns per game, or 11.9 half-PPR points per game, which is about what Miles Sanders averaged last season as the No. 15 fantasy running back. Singletary’s stock was on the rise prior to the Draft, but after the Bills took banger Zack Moss in the third round, Singletary is now going off the board in the RB22-RB24 range. He should continue to be the primary back on passing downs and should lead the team in carries, but he doesn’t project to run for many touchdowns given the presence of Moss and running quarterback Josh Allen.