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News: 1 day agoMoss rushed eight times for 21 yards and caught two of three targets for 12 yards in Monday night's 14-10 loss to the Patriots.
Spin: Moss returned after being a healthy scratch in Week 12 and ultimately tied Devin Singletary to lead Buffalo's backfield with 10 touches while managing just three fewer scrimmage yards than his teammate. Although his overall production still wasn't anything special, very windy conditions Monday resulted in New England loading up on the running game, restricting space for Moss to maneuver. On the bright side, after his Thanksgiving absence, Moss seems to be back in the rotation alongside Singletary and Matt Breida as Buffalo now prepares for a matchup in Tampa Bay on Sunday.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: The Bills selected Moss in the third round of the 2020 draft and immediately inserted him as a near-equal contributor to a backfield committee that also included Devin Singletary. Moss appeared in 13 regular season games and totaled 576 yards and five TDs on 125 touches. The limited role in Buffalo's pass-heavy scheme limited Moss to two weekly fantasy finishes better than 24th and one better than 15th. In 14 games together, Moss held the edge over Singletary in carries (119 to 117), but trailed in snaps (482 to 397) and targets (43 to 24). Moss was extremely effective during his time at Utah, but the 23-year-old remains stuck as, at best, the leader of a committee. Moss should be on benches in most formats.