College: Utah | Rookie
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 205 lbs
Birth Date: 12/16/1997
Depth Chart: RB1.2
2020 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 62.5
Avg Pts: 6.25
Rank: 50 RB
|Week 1||11.70||Zack Moss 11 rushing yds (1.10 pts)|
Zack Moss 16 receiving yds (1.60 pts)
Zack Moss 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
Zack Moss 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Zack Moss 4 yd TD pass from Josh Allen
|Week 2||3.70||Zack Moss 37 rushing yds (3.70 pts)|
|Week 6||1.00||Zack Moss 10 rushing yds (1.00 pts)|
|Week 7||10.20||Zack Moss 47 rushing yds (4.70 pts)|
Zack Moss 25 receiving yds (2.50 pts)
Zack Moss 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
|Week 8||20.10||Zack Moss 81 rushing yds (8.10 pts)|
Zack Moss 2 rushing TDs (12.00 pts)
. . . Zack Moss 8 yd rushing TD
. . . Zack Moss 4 yd rushing TD
|Week 9||12.80||Zack Moss 18 rushing yds (1.80 pts)|
Zack Moss 1 rushing TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Zack Moss 1 yd rushing TD
Zack Moss 30 receiving yds (3.00 pts)
Zack Moss 2 receptions (2.00 pts)
|Week 10||3.00||Zack Moss 20 rushing yds (2.00 pts)|
Zack Moss 1 reception (1.00 pts)
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss had found the end zone in two straight games heading into his Week 10 matchup with the Arizona Cardinals. Sadly, Moss was unable to find much room to run in this game. He rushed seven times for 20 yards in the loss. He continues to split up the carries with Devin Singletary in the backfield. Moss really only has fantasy value when he's able to find the end zone. He's worth holding in most formats, but fantasy owners shouldn't expect much out of him besides a low-end flex option.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has held some decent fantasy value over the last few games. In fact, Moss has three touchdowns over the last two weeks. He looks to keep his touchdown streak alive against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 10. Moss continues to split up the carries with Devin Singletary in the backfield. However, Moss gets most of the end zone work, so that makes him a bit more valuable. He'll hold flex appeal against a Cardinals Defense that has allowed rushing touchdowns in two straight weeks.
Buffalo Bills rookie running back Zack Moss too hold of the team's No. 1 running back role on Sunday against Seattle, with a team-high nine carries to Devin Singletary's two. Moss struggled to really get going, with just 18 yards on his carries, but he did score a rushing touchdown, and his two yards per carry were still better than Singletary's 0.5. Moss's fantasy relevance is on the rise, though his uneven production is an issue that keeps him from being more than an RB3 play at this point.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss was able to put together his best performance of the season versus the New England Patriots in Week 8. He rushed 14 times for 81 yards with two touchdowns in the win. He continues to split up the carries with Devin Singletary, which is going to limit his value. However, the Bills tend to use Moss over Singletary when in the red zone. Moss should be a reliable RB3 against the Seattle Seahawks this week.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss is finally beginning to put together some fantasy value. He rushed 14 times for 81 yards and two touchdowns in the Week 8 win over the New England Patriots. Moss continues to split up the carries with Devin Singletary in the backfield. However, Moss was used exclusively in the red zone versus the Pats. It appears the Bills plan to involve Moss weekly, but his fantasy value is somewhat shaky. He might be a low-end PPR flex option versus the Seattle Seahawks next week.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss put together his best performance of the season against the New York Jets in Week 7. He rushed seven times for 47 yards and caught three passes in the backfield for 25 yards in the win. He'll continue to split up the carries with Devin Singletary going forward. However, Moss might actually have more value, assuming the Bills continue using him in the passing attack. Moss could hold some low-end PPR value against the New England Patriots this week. His value is dependent on how much they use him in the receiving game.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has started off fairly slow this season, but played well against the New York Jets in Week 7. He rushed seven times for 47 yards and caught all three of his targets in the passing game for 25 yards. Moss continues to split up the carries with Devin Singletary in the backfield. However, Moss could hold flex value in PPR leagues if he continues getting involved in the passing game. Fantasy owners should watch and see what he does versus the New England Patriots next week.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss returned for the Week 6 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. He missed the last three games prior to that with a toe issue, but did basically nothing in his return. Moss rushed five times for 10 yards in the loss. Devin Singletary was the lead back and it's expected to remain that way versus the New York Jets in Week 7. Moss probably won't see enough touches to be worth a look in standard leagues. However, he might be able to have deep league value against the Jets awful run defense.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (toe) was able to suit up for the Week 6 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. He missed each of the last three games due to a toe issue, but honestly he could've missed this one too and it wouldn't have changed anything. Moss finished with 10 yards on five carries in the loss to the Chiefs. Devin Singletary remained the lead back and that will probably be the case going forward. Moss should have increased value against the New York Jets next week. He could be worth a stash for that matchup.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (toe) is expected back in the running back equation for Mondays contest versus Kansas City. Moss has missed each of the teams previous three outings due to a toe injury, but he now figures to slot in as the primary backup to Devin Singletary. While Moss has carved out a steady role as a rookie, he holds little season-long fantasy intrigue except for the deepest of leagues as he works his way back into the rotation. For those interested in the two-game slate Monday, Moss could be a solid GPP selection due what would likely be a low roster percentage.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (toe) was able to practice on Thursday, which is a good sign that he'll be able to play against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 6. Moss has missed each of the last three games due to injury. Devin Singletary has seen a boost in fantasy value with Moss sidelined. However, the Bills are expected to split up their workload once again, assuming Moss returns for this game. Moss hasn't shown much fantasy value through the first few games. He could be an option in deep leagues, but he's tough to trust in other formats right now.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (toe) has been ruled out for Tuesdays contest against the Titans, paving the way for Devin Singletary to be the primary bell cow coming out of the backfield. Moss absence marks his third straight game on the sidelines, with Buffalo opting to play it safe with the rookie rusher. Through his first two professional games, Moss has compiled 48 rushing yards on 17 carries, which when combined with the persistence of his toe injury and role in the offense, severely caps his season-long intrigue. Buffalo has until next Monday to see if Moss can get right, but in the meantime, those playing single game DFS contests may want to target Singletary due to what should be an increased role with T.J. Yeldon serving as the primary backup.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (toe) was limited during Wednesday's practice. He has been unable to play each of the last two weeks due to a toe issue. Devin Singletary has capitalized on the extra playing time. Moss was seeing nearly 10 touches a game before he got injured. He'll get a fairly favorable matchup against the Tennessee Titans in Week 5, assuming he plays. Moss hasn't been able to get much going on the ground this season through his first two games. He might be a flex option in 14/16 team leagues this week.
Buffalo Bills rookie running back Zack Moss (toe) is listed as questionable for Week 4 against the Raiders. Moss missed Week 3 because of his injury, but he was limited in practice all week and appears on track to return against Las Vegas. Without Moss in the fold in Week 3, Devin Singletary had a season-high 13 carries for 71 yards and was also targeted five times through the air, catching four passes for 50 yards. Moss will continue to share touches with Singletary if he returns this weekend, which will limit the overall fantasy upside of Singletary. This matchup is an excellent one, though, so Singletary still deserves RB2 consideration, while Moss will merely be a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex in deeper leagues.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (toe) was able to practice on a limited basis on Thursday. He returned to practice on Wednesday, so there is a good chance that he'll be able to play during the Week 4 matchup versus the Las Vegas Raiders. The rookie running back has been splitting up the carries with Devin Singletary this season. His return would likely push Singletary out of the RB2 conversation for Week 4. The Raiders are horrible at stopping the running game, but Moss won't be the lead back. He could possibly be in the flex conversation, but it depends on his health.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss (toe) has been ruled out for the team's Week 3 matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. Moss is dealing with a toe injury that has kept him out of practice all week. With Moss sidelined, Devin Singletary gets a big boost in value and should be considered a solid RB2 start in all formats. We should also see T.J. Yeldon make his 2020 debut as he's been inactive for the first two weeks of the year, but he isn't someone worth targeting in fantasy leagues. Moss has rushed for 48 yards on 17 carries so far this year. He also has three catches for 16 yards and a touchdown. Make sure to keep him on your roster. Hopefully, he'll be able to return to the field in Week 4.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss wasn't able to find much room to run during the Week 2 win over the Miami Dolphins. He rushed eight times for 37 yards and did not catch any passes at all. He continues to split up the carries with Devin Singletary. The fact they split the carries will limit their fantasy value going forward. Singletary appears to be getting more done on the ground, so they might lean on him more often going forward. Fantasy owners should consider Moss a touchdown dependent RB3 for his Week 3 matchup with the Los Angeles Rams.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss was unable to get much going on the ground during their Week 1 victory over the New York Jets. He rushed nine times for 11 yards and had three receptions for 16 yards and one touchdown. It seems like the Bills are leaning towards using Moss in goal line situations. Devin Singletary is still going to be involved, so that does limit Moss a bit. However, Moss will have a fairly solid matchup against the Miami Dolphins in Week 2. He probably won't be a RB2, but is worth considering as a flex option.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has been trending in the right direction over the last few weeks. Moss was impressive during camp and should continue to see a solid workload going forward. He rushed for 11 yards on nine attempts with three receptions for 16 yards and a touchdown in the Week 1 victory over the New York Jets. Moss appears to be the favorite option near the goal line, so that is good news for his fantasy value. Devin Singletary will still be in the mix, but Moss should carry flex value into Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins.
Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has impressed the coaching staff during training camp. His fantasy value is trending in the right direction, but will have to split up the workload with Devin Singletary. However, Moss is the bigger of the two backs, so he could see a majority of the goal line work and possibly in third down situations. The Bills have a meeting with the New York Jets in Week 1. The Jets were fairly solid at defending the running game last season. As of right now, Moss should be viewed as a low-end RB2 for Week 1.