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7 minutes ago, mar1kle said:

The guy has had the backfield to himself almost the whole year and here is what you have gotten:

 

2020  Games Rush  61 Yards 212 TD 1 Y/A 3.9 FantPt 42...RB 20 in PPR,  RB 31 in Standard.

That is without Moss or Potentially Bell in the Picture. If I had Singletary in a RB1 or RB2 slot, i would be very worried

 

 

 

 

I'm going to do my best here and throw out yesterday's game...it's just a complete outlier for his season. He's 14 PPG in the other 4 games with majority share, which is mid to low RB2 numbers. Passable in RB2 slot and good for flex. 

It's biased to throw out yesterday's game...but it's just too high of Josh Allen pass attempts, too sloppy of Bills defense, and overall felt like an aberration of a game. He got a few touches in second half and looked good, but Bills weren't creative enough.

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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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39 minutes ago, PlayTheWaivers said:

Would it kill this team to THROW SCREENS OR RECEPTIONS TO THIS GUY? Josh Allen is the worst, and the playcalling stinks 

 Yeh, Singletary is frustrating - little to no ability to create for himself, gets no goal line work, and Allen rarely checks it down to him. No easy points. 

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5 minutes ago, leffe186 said:

Every single time I see Moss he just looks terrible, which is at least something of a consolation.

 

Not sure if Moss is terrible, but I'm still puzzled why everyone is blaming Singletary for their RB woes. He's being hit in the backfield constantly, they aren't throwing him the ball in space, he's not an up the middle grinder, he's a Devonta Freeman type of RB. I like Singletary for his receiving prowess and Josh Allen sucks at checking down. 

Therefore, they need to call designed screen plays or wheel routes for this guy. But alas- not sure what to feel against the Jets, but I can see a 10 point floor at least and worth a start during the bye weeks.

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4 minutes ago, Thrill22 said:

I want to rage drop him so bad...is this the same guy from last year? What the hell

 

Not sure what the theory is. Part of me feels it's a new year, or he's a bit jittery due to new competition. They're also going down the field more now with Diggs, which was supposed to help the running game. They aren't sticking to the running game nor getting creative with him. He was legit good last year, and I want to hold because the RB landscape is so bad that he is talented and is in a good offense when things are clicking right.

His fantasy value is unlocked when he's consistently getting 4-5 receptions a game...and they really need to do that, but Beasley seems like a redundant asset in that department. 

So, where does Singletary fit in this offense? I hope somewhere. Traded Robby for him a few weeks ago lol- had lots of WR's and wanted RB depth...looking not great! 

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1 minute ago, PlayTheWaivers said:

 

Not sure what the theory is. Part of me feels it's a new year, or he's a bit jittery due to new competition. They're also going down the field more now with Diggs, which was supposed to help the running game. They aren't sticking to the running game nor getting creative with him. He was legit good last year, and I want to hold because the RB landscape is so bad that he is talented and is in a good offense when things are clicking right.

His fantasy value is unlocked when he's consistently getting 4-5 receptions a game...and they really need to do that, but Beasley seems like a redundant asset in that department. 

So, where does Singletary fit in this offense? I hope somewhere. Traded Robby for him a few weeks ago lol- had lots of WR's and wanted RB depth...looking not great! 

Really looking to be talked off the ledge. Like, as much as Gore gets made fun of, he looked better in this backfield last year, than Singletary looks this year

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14 minutes ago, drisser said:

Definitely seems droppable at this point. I am hurting with injuries/BYEs and he is dead weight. He's not startable so what's the point in owning him? Would rather have someone with upside like Hasty.

 

Only going to drop if there's someone out there with ascending value. I've made mistakes of making obvious drops only for them to turn it around. I do think he is talented but maybe he isn't talented enough to overcome the situation of poor run blocking, or defenses still aren't scared of Josh Allen.

 

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On 10/14/2020 at 12:40 PM, PlayTheWaivers said:

 

I'm going to do my best here and throw out yesterday's game...it's just a complete outlier for his season. He's 14 PPG in the other 4 games with majority share, which is mid to low RB2 numbers. Passable in RB2 slot and good for flex. 

It's biased to throw out yesterday's game...but it's just too high of Josh Allen pass attempts, too sloppy of Bills defense, and overall felt like an aberration of a game. He got a few touches in second half and looked good, but Bills weren't creative enough.

So are we going to throw out weeks 5-7? 

And ignores Moss's nearly 50% snap count?

Not sure that analysis is doing your best. :)

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5 minutes ago, mar111kle said:

So are we going to throw out weeks 5-7? 

And ignores Moss's nearly 50% snap count?

Not sure that analysis is doing your best. :)

 

Nope- see my posts above lol. still think he has the talent to overcome, but I am blaming a lot on coaching and not utilizing his skillset. Singletary should receive 4-5 receptions minimum, but Josh Allen is too inept to even proceed to check it down. Beasley seems to be getting the 'check downs' instead. 

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44 minutes ago, PlayTheWaivers said:

 

Nope- see my posts above lol. still think he has the talent to overcome, but I am blaming a lot on coaching and not utilizing his skillset. Singletary should receive 4-5 receptions minimum, but Josh Allen is too inept to even proceed to check it down. Beasley seems to be getting the 'check downs' instead. 

Sorry your imaginary team isn’t doing better.

 

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22 minutes ago, dsrich said:

Sorry your imaginary team isn’t doing better.

 


they are doing well lol. What has josh Allen proven the last few weeks? He had a blazing hot start, and now is not the same. They are taking away the deep ball and there’s no running game to threaten. No effective play action, no screen game, wheel routes, nothing.

its **** play calling and they want to just jam up the middle out of shotgun formation every play. These rbs need a head of steam.

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3 minutes ago, PlayTheWaivers said:


they are doing well lol. What has josh Allen proven the last few weeks? He had a blazing hot start, and now is not the same. They are taking away the deep ball and there’s no running game to threaten. No effective play action, no screen game, wheel routes, nothing.

its **** play calling and they want to just jam up the middle out of shotgun formation every play. These rbs need a head of steam.

Josh Allen’s carrying that team. He was the only reason the bills were competitive against kc 

of course the bills are going to lose to the best afc teams

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48 minutes ago, PlayTheWaivers said:


they are doing well lol. What has josh Allen proven the last few weeks? He had a blazing hot start, and now is not the same. They are taking away the deep ball and there’s no running game to threaten. No effective play action, no screen game, wheel routes, nothing.

its **** play calling and they want to just jam up the middle out of shotgun formation every play. These rbs need a head of steam.

You’re moving the goalposts. The running game has been awful and it has to be better. You said josh Allen is too inept to check it down to singletary. Based off what?

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On 10/27/2020 at 9:35 AM, PlayTheWaivers said:

 

Only going to drop if there's someone out there with ascending value. I've made mistakes of making obvious drops only for them to turn it around. I do think he is talented but maybe he isn't talented enough to overcome the situation of poor run blocking, or defenses still aren't scared of Josh Allen.

 

 

I get it, but in 10-teamers and probably even 12-teamers there always is something shiny on the wire. Dropped him this morning in the 10-teamer because I need a QB. I just don't see him turning it around, nobody will trade for him, and we're getting to the point where you might even be looking at handcuffs over him.

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