College: Florida Atlantic | Rookie
Height: 5'7" | Weight: 203 lbs
Birth Date: 9/3/1997
Depth Chart: RB1.2
2019 Bye Week: 6
Total Pts: 75
Avg Pts: 8.33
Rank: 40 RB
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|Week 1||14.80||Devin Singletary 70 rushing yds (7.00 pts)|
Devin Singletary 28 receiving yds (2.80 pts)
Devin Singletary 5 receptions (5.00 pts)
|Week 2||11.70||Devin Singletary 57 rushing yds (5.70 pts)|
Devin Singletary 1 rushing TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Devin Singletary 14 yd rushing TD
|Week 7||2.60||Devin Singletary 26 rushing yds (2.60 pts)|
|Week 8||14.90||Devin Singletary 19 rushing yds (1.90 pts)|
Devin Singletary 30 receiving yds (3.00 pts)
Devin Singletary 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
Devin Singletary 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Devin Singletary 28 yd TD pass from Josh Allen
|Week 9||23.00||Devin Singletary 95 rushing yds (9.50 pts)|
Devin Singletary 1 rushing TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Devin Singletary 2 yd rushing TD
Devin Singletary 45 receiving yds (4.50 pts)
Devin Singletary 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
|Week 10||8.00||Devin Singletary 42 rushing yds (4.20 pts)|
Devin Singletary 8 receiving yds (0.80 pts)
Devin Singletary 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
|Week 11||3.70||Devin Singletary 37 rushing yds (3.70 pts)|
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Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary was a bit of a disappointment in Week 10 against the Browns. He gained just 50 total yards on 11 touches in the game after totalling 140 yards on 23 touches in Week 9. Expect this week's outing to be more like Week 9 than Week 10. The Bills face the Dolphins in Week 11 and the game plan for the Bills figures to feature a good amount of running. Singletary has heavily outperformed Frank Gore in recent weeks and should see around 20 touches in this game, giving him a solid opportunity to gain over 100 yards with a score. Start him as a high-end RB2 this week.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary finished with just 42 yards on eight carries during the loss to the Browns on Sunday. While he was targeted seven times on the day by quarterback Josh Allen, he hauled in just three receptions for a meager eight yards. It was a much different performance than the one that was witnessed in Week 9 against the Redskins, with the rookie racking up 95 yards and a score on 20 carries in addition to compiling 45 yards through the air in that one. Nonetheless, he still received more touches than Frank Gore, who had just five touches. Singletary has a chance to turn things around in Week 11 when the Bills travel to Miami for a meeting with the Dolphins.
The changing of the guard at the Buffalo Bills starting running back position began to take place last week as Devin Singletary received 20 carries compared to Frank Gore's 11. To add further validation to the depth chart swap, Gore managed just 15 yards on those 11 carries while Singletary amassed 95 yards and added a touchdown and 45 receiving yards as well. This week, the Bills face the Browns, who have had the third-worst rushing defense in the leagues this year, allowing over 140 rushing yards per game. Start Singletary with confidence as your RB2 as he should see around 20 touches and be able to top 100 total yards for the second-straight week.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary had 20 carries for 95 yards and a touchdown during the win over the Redskins on Sunday, The rookie received more touches than Frank Gore, who had 11 attempts for an abysmal 15 yards, while also catching three passes for 45 yards. It appears as if Singletary, who has scored in each game over the last two weeks, is ready to take over for Gore as the concrete No. 1 option for the Bills and will look to keep it going against the Browns in Week 10.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary has a favorable Week 9 matchup against a Redskins Defense allowing the fifth-most rushing yards per game in the league this year. Singletary has had exactly seven touches in each of the past two weeks, his first two games back after a hamstring injury kept him sidelined for a month. Expect Singletary to get at least seven touches this week with a chance to reach double digits if he can run more effectively than No. 1 back Frank Gore for the second-straight week. Singletary should have a few catches and a total of around 70 yards from scrimmage in Week 9 with a chance to score, making him a solid flex option in leagues of 12 teams or deeper.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary was one of the few offensive bright spots in Week 8 for the team. They managed barely over 250 yards of offense as a team, but Singletary made out all right, gaining a total of 49 yards and scoring one of the team's two touchdowns. Singletary only saw three carries in the game, but averaged 6.3 yards per carry, far superior to No. 1 running back Frank Gore, who averaged 3.8 yards per carry on nine carries. Singletary was extremely involved in the passing game, earning six targets and catching four of them for 30 yards, including a touchdown. He should be owned in just about all leagues, especially PPR leagues and leagues of 12 or more teams. He has a great deal of upside and could be extremely valuable down the stretch if he earns more opportunities.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary made his return in Week 7 after missing over a month of action. Despite seeing seven carries in a favorable matchup against the Dolphins in Week 7, Singletary was only able to gain 26 yards, good for just 3.7 yards per carry. This week, the Bills face an Eagles Defense that has been awful against the pass, but exceptional against the run. They're allowing the 6th-fewest rushing yards per game in the league this year. Frank Gore has been the team's workhorse all year and should earn double-digit carries once again this week, with Singletary likely to be somewhere between five and ten total touches. Keep holding on to Singletary as he could still very much help down the stretch, but he's a risky starting option this week.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary, who hadn't played since Week 2, struggled in his return to action this week. Singletary saw seven carries in the game and managed to gain just 26 yards, good for 3.7 yards per carry. The results are especially underwhelming when considering the generous Dolphins Defense Singletary was facing. Frank Gore led the way with 11 carries for 55 yards. Singletary stands a chance to surpass Gore as the team's No. 1 rusher at some point this season, but that time hasn't arrived yet. However, it is encouraging that Gore only had four more carries than Singletary in Singletary's first game action in a month. He should be owned in all leagues of 12 or more teams in the hope that he can get more work down the line.
Buffalo Bills rookie running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) is officially active for Week 7 against the Dolphins. The matchup against Miami is as good as it gets, which immediately puts Singletary on the RB3/flex map in his return to action this weekend. However, his ceiling is still somewhat low as long as he continues to play second fiddle to veteran Frank Gore in this backfield, which is expected to be the case yet again against the Dolphins. Singletary could see more run in the second half if the Bills are up big, though. With the rookie back in the fold, T.J. Yeldon is a healthy scratch.
Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that rookie running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) is trending in the right direction to play in Week 7 against the Dolphins. Miami's defense is as good of a matchup you'll find in the NFL, but Singletary will likely play second fiddle to veteran Frank Gore if he returns to action this Sunday. Still, with a matchup this nice, Singletary will have RB3/flex appeal in deeper leagues if he's active. Running back T.J. Yeldon will move back to the bench if Singletary returns.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) was a full practice participant on Wednesday. Even though he is still listed as questionable for Week 6, he appears to be on track to take the field and make his first appearance since Week 2. The Bills have an excellent matchup at home against the Dolphins, which makes Singletary enticing as a start option, but it's hard to know just how involved he'll be in a game the Bills should win handily. The team's No. 1 running back Frank Gore will no doubt shoulder the workload while Singletary will likely see around five touches.
Buffalo Bills rookie running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) will practice in full on Wednesday. It looks like Singletary will return to action in Week 7 against the Dolphins after resting up during the bye week. The 22-year-old rookie has just 10 carries for 127 yards and a touchdown in two games this year and hasn't played since Sept. 15. Even if he's active in a great matchup with Miami, Singletary will be a low-end RB3/flex that should continue to play second fiddle to veteran Frank Gore in the backfield.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary is inactive today as he recovers from a hamstring injury. With the Bills figuring to be in a close game against the Titans, this would seem to benefit Frank Gore more than TJ Yeldon, who the team uses as more of a receiving option. Gore is a low-end RB2 and could see extra red zone work since Josh Allen is coming off a concussion, and the Bills may not want him carrying the ball on designed runs. Yeldon is more of an RB3 in PPR-leagues. Singletary figures to come back near 100% after the Bills' bye next week, so he could make for an interesting buy-low option.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (concussion) and rookie running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) are both questionable to play in Week 5 against the Titans. Allen returned to a full practice on Friday, so it looks like he's cleared the concussion protocol and should be out there this Sunday, albeit in a tough matchup that will have him as a QB2 in fantasy if he plays. Singletary has missed the last two weeks but has been practicing in a limited fashion. If he returns to action, he'll play second fiddle to Frank Gore and will be a low-upside RB3/flex against a tough defense. Gore's potential RB3/flex appeal will also be hurt if Singletary makes his way back into the fold.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) will be limited in practice on Wednesday. Singletary was limited in practice last Thursday and Friday but ultimately missed his second straight game. Head coach Sean McDermott said that Singletary was close to playing last week, so he has a good chance of returning in Week 5 against the Titans. If he returns, the rookie will return to a backup role behind Frank Gore. Against a solid defense with potentially limited touches, Singletary isn't an appealing fantasy option. T.J. Yeldon would go back to the bench if Singletary is active.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) is inactive for Week 4 against the Patriots. It's Singletary's second straight missed game, although he seemed to be making progress in practice this week. Frank Gore will continue to handle most of the work in the backfield with the rookie out, but he hasn't been very efficient in three games and will be a low-upside RB3/flex in the tough matchup with New England's defense. T.J. Yeldon will have an increased workload as the backup to Gore, but he has very little standalone value in fantasy.
Buffalo Bills rookie running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) was limited in practice for the second straight day on Friday and is questionable for Week 4 against the Patriots. Tight end Tyler Kroft (ankle) missed practice all week and has been ruled out. Even if Singletary returns after missing Week 3, he'll likely be eased in behind veteran Frank Gore, making him a low-ceiling RB3/flex in deep leagues. Against a Pats team that hasn't allowed a rushing or receiving touchdown to a running back yet, Gore is also a low-upside RB3/flex. If Singletary returns, T.J. Yeldon will go back to the bench. Kroft has yet to make his season debut and isn't on the fantasy radar. Rookie Dawson Knox had a big game last week but remains nothing more than a low-upside, touchdown-dependent TE2.
Buffalo Bills rookie running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) is doing warmups at practice on Thursday. It's progress after the rookie sat out in Week 3, but he's still not a lock to return to action in Week 4 in a tough matchup against the Patriots. If Singletary returns to the field this Sunday, he won't be a recommended RB3/flex while losing valuable touches to veteran Frank Gore. Gore has seen his value rise in the last week because of Singletary's injury, but the reality is that he hasn't looked very explosive this year. He has limited upside as an RB3/flex, even if Singletary misses his second straight game.
Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that rookie running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) and tight end Tyler Kroft (ankle) will not practice on Wednesday. Both players missed the Week 3 and will likely be questionable, at best, to face off against the Patriots in a tough matchup in Week 4. Veteran Frank Gore saw most of the backfield work last weekend against the Bengals and will be on the RB3/flex radar again this Sunday if Singletary misses another game. Kroft has yet to play this year and wouldn't be much more than a desperation low-end TE2 if he suits up against the Pats. The tight end position in Buffalo should be avoided by fantasy owners for now in redraft leagues.
Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary (hamstring) will not play in Week 3 against the Bengals. The third-round pick has 155 total yards on 15 touches this season. Frank Gore and T.J. Yeldon will work in tandem in Singletary's absence, with Gore working mainly on early downs and Yeldon serving as the third-down back. Singletary's injury isn't believed to be too serious, so there's a chance he's back in Week 4. Gore immediately has RB2 upside with a bigger role in a decent matchup against Cincinnati.