Moss suffered an ankle injury during the Bills’ first-round matchup vs. the Colts, and that injury will officially keep him out for the remainder of the playoffs. Moss had emerged as the Bills’ top running back recently, and his seven carries vs. the Colts trailed on Josh Allen’s 11.
With Moss sidelined, expect Devin Singletary to take over as the lead back. Singletary averaged 4.4 yards per carry this season after averaging 5.1 yards per carry as a rookie. He also has some chops in the passing game, which will make him an interesting target on FanDuel vs. the Ravens.
That said, the big winner here could be Allen. The Bills were already one of most pass-heavy teams in football, and they could skew even further in that direction without Moss. Allen should also continue to serve as the Bills’ primary rushing option around the goal line. He scored eight rushing touchdowns during the regular season and followed that up with a rushing touchdown vs. the Colts on Saturday.
The Bills enter their second-round playoff matchup vs. the Ravens as 2.5-point home favorites on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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