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Bills fan here - This is a really good summary for why I am down on him as well. I love Singletary as a real-life football player.. a steady, solid starting NFL RB. He's the shiftiest back in all of f

Devil’s advocate , Allen’s rushing ability also opens up the run game for Singletary. Much like Lamar does for Ingram .    He didn’t see any stacked boxes , barely if that. Actually accord

Moss may not overtake the lead back role, but it does seem like Buffalo wants him to have a significant enough of a role to be a thorn in Singletary owners side. Most importantly, there’s a pretty goo

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2 hours ago, Mackdaddy21 said:

Do you start him over Rams' Henderson?

 

With Malcolm Brown back (although we still don't know about the finger) I think I would. Depends upon what you want from him this week. If it's upside you're looking for, then I'd probably go Henderson, although the matchup isn't very enticing either. I'm rolling with Singletary at Flex just because I want solid points.

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4 hours ago, Ergogh said:

What would Singletary owners accept in a trade? What would people be willing to give for Singletary? I might try to shop him around after this weekend if he has a decent showing

Same here and potentially to guys in my league who own Barkley and CMC or who are stacked at WR.  

 

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I think it's about time to talk about Singletary in the top tier of running backs. I'm usually wary to sip the homer Kool Aid but he is just so efficient per touch and he is a ridiculous blend of vision and quickness.

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10 minutes ago, Br0kenB said:

I think it's about time to talk about Singletary in the top tier of running backs. I'm usually wary to sip the homer Kool Aid but he is just so efficient per touch and he is a ridiculous blend of vision and quickness.

 

 I think it's about time Singletary started scoring some touchdowns first tbh.

I agree though, like what I see, just in FF terms he's fighting with Allen and others for the GL stuff.

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19 minutes ago, Br0kenB said:

I think it's about time to talk about Singletary in the top tier of running backs. I'm usually wary to sip the homer Kool Aid but he is just so efficient per touch and he is a ridiculous blend of vision and quickness.

He always stands out when I see him but for fantasy purposes he is going to split with moss and get no backfield work. He’s hard to trust really but the talent is there to be an rb1. 

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54 minutes ago, atdharris said:

Do we know if Zach Moss will be back? He usually caps Singletary's production 

 

Can't imagine he'll be back for a huge amount of work. There's just no need. I could see them having him on standby for Singletary just in case, and if the game is won they just don't need to risk Moss at all.

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On 9/27/2020 at 9:59 PM, Br0kenB said:

I think it's about time to talk about Singletary in the top tier of running backs. I'm usually wary to sip the homer Kool Aid but he is just so efficient per touch and he is a ridiculous blend of vision and quickness.

Actual skill as a football player?  Sure, the kid is very good.  For fantasy?  He's still a borderline flex guy at best.  And this is coming from someone who actively targeted him this year and want him on all my teams.

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6 minutes ago, JJ1223 said:

Actual skill as a football player?  Sure, the kid is very good.  For fantasy?  He's still a borderline flex guy at best.  And this is coming from someone who actively targeted him this year and want him on all my teams.

 

He has had 16, 13, and 18 opportunities (rushes + targets) in weeks 1-3 and plays for a high flying offense. To call him a borderline flex is a pretty heavy undersell IMO, especially if Moss is still hurt.

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He has had 16, 13, and 18 opportunities (rushes + targets) in weeks 1-3 and plays for a high flying offense. To call him a borderline flex is a pretty heavy undersell IMO, especially if Moss is still hurt.

It took an injury for him to barely squeak out 10 fantasy points.  If that's not a borderline flex then idk what is.  Without Moss, yes, I'd bump him into RB2 territory, but that's only temporary and he's still not likely to get any TD unless he breaks a long one.

Love the kid, not the best situation.

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3 minutes ago, furbz420 said:

 

He has had 16, 13, and 18 opportunities (rushes + targets) in weeks 1-3 and plays for a high flying offense. To call him a borderline flex is a pretty heavy undersell IMO, especially if Moss is still hurt.

He isn’t lying. Borderline flex, especially with his usage in the red zone. His limited upside is why he’s a borderline flex. Barely RB2 with Moss out. 

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Right, Allen is the goal line RB for the Bills. I don't see that changing. I use him as a flex in .5 PPR situationally. He's been serviceable, but as long as the offense operates as it is, I don't expect consistent RB2 numbers, especially if they keep giving Moss half of the carries. 

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