Moss was dealing with a hamstring injury. We think Moss has the potential to be an RB2, but certainly has a lot in his way, especially QB Josh Allen who is the team's goal line back most of the time. The good news is Moss was out-snapping Singletary last year when both players were healthy and since the team traded up to get Moss in 2020, the feeling is that should continue in 2021. We think if Moss can get 65% of the snaps, he'll get to that RB2 value.
Bills RB Zack Moss will not practice Wednesday due to a hamstring injury. Moss was also on Tuesday's injury report with the same injury.
Not ideal for Moss to be dealing with an injury in the midst of a strong camp in which he has outplayed Devin Singletary. If this is more of a day-to-day issue, then clearly there is less concern. The issue is hamstring injuries are not created equally.
The story said the Bills threw the ball 63-percent of the time in early-down, neutral game-script situations a year ago. They’re going to throw the football a lot. So the most useful running back on this team might be the one who can consistently make big plays in the passing game. Moss has made a few of those plays, and so has Breida. Running backs can be tough to judge at this stage in camp, but Breida should get a chance to show what he can do in the preseason, the story went on to say.
With Zack Moss sidelined for the rest of the postseason, Devonta Freeman adds some depth to their backfield which consists of Devin Singletary, T.J. Yeldon, and Taiwan Jones. Freeman was the lead back for the Giants from Weeks 4-6, seeing 53 touches in that time frame. Don't count on the 28-year old being active for this week's matchup against Baltimore.