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  • Zack Moss Standing Out In Short-Yardage Situations

    Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has shown promise in short-yardage situations during training camp. Rookie James Cook has thrived as a pass-catcher. Yet, Moss has reportedly displayed "good vision and physicality," so there is a chance he may get some touches at the goal line this season. Nonetheless, although the 24-year-old should have some decent showings in 2022-23, his place on the depth chart behind Cook and Devin Singletary likely won't allow him to be a consistent fantasy producer. However, Moss does have insurance policy upside and will be a streaming option if Singletary or Cook misses time this year.

    Aug 4 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • James Cook Looking Good In Camp

    Buffalo Bills running back James Cook has "opened some eyes here a little bit in the run and pass game," stated head coach Sean McDermott. The former Georgia Bulldog has undoubtedly impressed since being taken in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft, especially as a pass-catcher. Although Devin Singletary will likely get a bulk of the snaps out of the backfield this season, there may be room for Cook to get involved on the fantasy end, especially in PPR formats. While the 22-year-old probably won't be an impactful fantasy producer on a week-to-week basis this year, he unquestionably has more insurance policy appeal than Zack Moss and Duke Johnson.

    Aug 4 · Source via Bills James Cook Duke Johnson Zack Moss Devin Singletary
  • Zack Moss Trending Towards Having A Role

    Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary is in line to get a significant portion of the carries this year, but rookie James Cook and 2020 third-rounder Zack Moss are both trending toward having roles in the offense in 2022. The breakdown of RB touches will be even more difficult to predict this year under new offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey. Singletary should be expected to lead the group this year, and Cook is likely to contribute as both a rusher and receiver. Moss has been looking good early in training camp, and an ankle injury after his rookie season may have led to his disappointing 2021 campaign. Despite the positive reports out of camp for the 24-year-old, he's still currently third on the RB depth chart behind Singletary and Moss and should be avoided in 12-team leagues.

    Aug 1 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
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