Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic believes the Buffalo Bills' match-up against the New York Jets favors Zack Moss. "The Bills should be able to win with their offensive linemen using physicality up the middle to take advantage of the Jets’ defense without Mosley," wrote Buscaglia. "That would allow Moss to use his between-the-tackles vision to overpower the Jets’ smaller inside linebackers. It wouldn’t be surprising to see Brian Daboll frequently attack downhill with Lee Smith and 12 personnel, which also favors Moss and would take talented nickel corner Brian Poole off the field. None of this means (Devin) Singletary won’t still be involved on early downs."
Buscaglia also wrote that third down work favors Singletary.
Buscaglia offers a compelling argument for Moss to earn at least a 50/50 share of work. If the Bills were to pull away from the Jets, this scenario would favor Moss and throw Singletary users in fantasy football to tilt off the face of the earth. The Bills' backfield will be touch-and-go for the foreseeable future save for an injury or decline in play from either running back.
Kroft has done a ton of work behind the scenes, according to the tweet. However there is no timeline for a return to the field so he could be in danger of missing games in the season. Knox and Smith are up next on the depth chart.
Dec 28, 2018 · 6:29 PM EST
Raiders TE Lee Smith (back) took full practice reps all week.