ESPN Fantasy Projection: An injury may have limited Singletary's early-season contributions during his rookie campaign, but the 2019 third-round pick quickly overtook Frank Gore upon his return. During Weeks 8-16, Singletary handled a generous 14.9 carries and 4.0 targets per game. He was held to three touchdowns but was ninth among RBs in scrimmage yards, while playing 74% of the snaps during that span. Though he struggled after contact, Singletary's 5.1 YPC was sixth best among backs. Singletary is expected to work as the lead back again this season, but his 5-foot-7, 203-pound frame will limit his volume. Expect rookie Zack Moss to be heavily involved, along with Josh Allen, at the goal line. Singletary may struggle to clear a half-dozen touchdowns but will get enough work to flirt with top-20 production.