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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

BUF RB Zack Moss - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 vs. Seattle
Zack Moss had 14 carries for 85 yards which were career highs for him. He also scored his first two career touchdowns. Moss played more snaps than Devin Singletary for the first time this season. It seems there could be a shift to Moss from Singletary as the first and second-down back. Singletary will still handle third downs so he has more value in PPR leagues

It will be a tough matchup for Moss this week as he faces the Seahawks who are ranked 3rd in aFPA to running backs. His stock is definitely rising.

Start Moss as an RB3 or flex for Week 9. The biggest issue is the backs are pretty much being used 50/50 at this point, but he has more value at this point.

by Chris Kucharski

BUF RB Zack Moss - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. Patriots
Zack Moss returned to his regular workload this past Sunday playing 47% of the snaps. He had 10 touches for 72 yards which outgained starter Devin Singletary. Buffalo failed to score a touchdown so Moss was shut out in that department, but his stock definitely rises considering he will be the short-yardage back like he was at the beginning of the season.

Moss will face New England who is ranked 15th in aFPA to running backs. We expect more of the same from Buffalo's usage of Moss. Ten touches will be the norm and this week that is not enough to consider him for your starting lineup. Keep Moss on the bench for Week 8.

by Chris Kucharski

BUF RB Zack Moss - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 at New York Jets
Zack Moss returned last week with five carries for 10 yards. The rookie should return to his role as the short-yardage back which could produce some value. However, we want to wait and see what the Bills do with him and Devin Singletary as far as touches and situations.

In the first meeting with the Jets this season, Moss had 12 touches for 27 yards and a touchdown. New York's defense is bad right now and there should be some opportunities for Bills skill players.

With that said, Moss has not really produced much in 2020 and the Buffalo backs seem an after thought in the game plan. Keep Moss on the bench for Week 7 as he ranks as a depth player at this point.

by Chris Kucharski

BUF RB Zack Moss - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 3 vs. Los Angeles Rams
Zach Moss has been ruled out for Week 3 so be sure to get him out of your lineups.

by Chris Kucharski

BUF RB Zack Moss - Week 2 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 2 vs Miami
Zack Moss' NFL debut wasn't great but it did set the table for the rest of the season. He played 45% of the offensive snaps and 12 touches. The downside was he ended up with only 27 total yards. However, he did have a receiving touchdown to make him fantasy relevant last week.

Moss will face Miami who is 26th in aFPA to running backs. He will get snaps and touches and in this matchup, he should be able to help your fantasy team. Start Moss as a RB3 or flex for Week 2. The Bills threw 11 targets to their running backs last week which means Moss has even more value in PPR leagues.

by Chris Kucharski

BUF RB Zack Moss - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 vs. New York Jets
Rookie Zach Moss will be the primary backup to Devin Singletary and is expected to get touches in 2020. The Bills feel like he will fill several different roles including short yardage and goal line situations.

Moss will face the Jets who were 11th in aFPA to running backs, but that defense should regress in 2020. So the Buffalo running backs expect to have some success.

It will be a feeling out process for Moss as the Bills define his role. But he is definitely in a good spot and has value as depth heading into Week 1. His value might increase after the first couple weeks.

by Chris Kucharski

BUF RB Zack Moss - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
The Bills took Zack Moss in the third round of the 2020 draft to bolster the running game. Moss had a great college career and is a running back with good vision and a burst of speed. At 222 pounds, he can be a power back and will be used in goalline and short-yardage situations which means he will have opportunities to score touchdowns. He will go into the season as Devin Singletary's primary backup. Singletary is not an every-down back at this point so that raises Moss' value.

Fantasy Downside
Moss is a rookie with a solid college resume, but you never know how players will adjust to the NFL. He will be involved in the offense, but the game planning will revolve around Singletary. Moss is the sixth-ranked rookie running back from the class of 2020.

2020 Bottom Line
Moss will be good for depth on fantasy rosters in 2020. We project 528 yards rushing and six touchdowns for 2020. The short-yardage situations give him more value in deeper leagues. Moss is going anywhere between the 12th and 14th rounds of fantasy drafts. If you can get him in that range, he will be a good fourth running back for your roster and if something happens to Singletary, you would have a steal.

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