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  • Zack Moss Undergoes Ankle Surgery

    Buffalo Bills rookie running back Zack Moss (ankle) underwent a minor surgical "tight rope" procedure on his ankle on Tuesday. Moss is expected to make a full recovery and be ready for offseason workouts and training camp. The 23-year-old was injured in the wild-card win over the Colts and won't be available for the rest of Buffalo's postseason run. But Moss impressed as a rookie, carrying the ball 112 times for 481 yards and four touchdowns while also catching 14 passes on 18 targets for 95 yards and an additional score. He should continue to be featured alongside Devin Singletary in 2021, but Moss should be the more attractive RB3/flex if the Bills continue to use him more than Singletary in the red zone and near the goal line. With quarterback Josh Allen breaking out in 2020, Buffalo's offensive arrow is only pointing up, giving Moss plenty of room for improvement going into Year 2.

    Jan 19 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Bills Signing Devonta Freeman To Practice Squad

    The Buffalo Bills are signing former Giants running back Devonta Freeman to their practice squad on Tuesday, according to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus. Buffalo is in need of some extra running back depth due to the injury to rookie Zack Moss (ankle), who will miss the rest of the postseason. The Bills also have T.J. Yeldon and Taiwan Jones on the active roster to back up Devin Singletary, who should see the lion's share of the backfield work on Saturday in the Divisional Round against the Ravens. The 28-year-old Freeman was on Injured Reserve with New York before being released. He had 54 carries for 172 yards (3.2 yards per carry) and one touchdown while also adding seven catches for 58 yards in five games for the G-Men this season. You can ignore him in fantasy playoff leagues.

    Jan 12 · Source via Bills Devonta Freeman Taiwan Jones Zack Moss
  • Zack Moss' Postseason Is Over

    Buffalo Bills rookie running back Zack Moss (ankle) will miss the rest of the playoffs after suffering an ankle injury in the 27-24 wild-card win over the Colts last Saturday. He was carted off the field on Saturday. Moss was the team's second-leading rusher behind Devin Singletary this year, and he had 576 total yards and five touchdowns in his rookie campaign while missing three games early in the year with a toe injury. Singletary should operate in a near every-down role moving forward, starting with the Divisional Round against the Ravens. Buffalo also has T.J. Yeldon, Taiwan Jones and undrafted rookie Antonio Williams to back Singletary up. Singletary will become a much more attractive DFS play this weekend, but he'll be facing a stingy Baltimore defense. It's undecided if Moss will need offseason surgery.

    Jan 11 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Zack Moss' Season Could Be Over

    Buffalo Bills rookie running back Zack Moss (ankle) is expected to miss some time and could have played in the final game of his rookie season after being carted off the field due to an ankle injury in the 27-24 wild-card win over the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday. Moss saw seven carries for 21 yards and caught all four of his passes for 26 yards in the passing game before his injury. Devin Singletary saw only three carries for 21 yards and caught all three of his passes for 23 yards, but he'll be much more attractive in fantasy playoff lineups in the Divisional Round with Moss unlikely to be available. T.J. Yeldon was a healthy inactive against the Colts, but both he and Taiwan Jones would serve as Singletary's backups next weekend if Moss' season is indeed over.

    Jan 9 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Zack Moss Doubtful To Return With Ankle Injury

    Buffalo Bills rookie running back Zack Moss (ankle) is doubtful to return to Saturday's wild-card playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts after suffering an ankle injury. Moss was carted off the field, which isn't a good sign for his potential availability if the Bills hang on to beat Indianapolis. The 23-year-old from Utah saw seven carries for 21 yards (three yards per carry) and caught all four of his targets for 26 yards through the air before leaving the game with his injury. Devin Singletary should handle the majority of the backfield work the rest of the way with Moss doubtful to return, with Taiwan Jones backing him up. T.J. Yeldon was a healthy inactive. If Moss cannot play in the Divisional Round if Buffalo advances, it'll make Singletary a more appealing DFS play.

    Jan 9 · Source via Bills Zack Moss