Zack Moss listed as surprising inactive for Bills for Week 1 matchup vs. Steelers

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The Buffalo Bills made a stunning choice to make Zack Moss inactive for Sunday’s recreation towards the Pittsburgh Steelers. Moss, listed because the No. 2 operating again on the staff’s depth chart, will sit out the opener in favor of Matt Breida — who Buffalo signed this offseason.

Moss was second on the Payments in carries (112) and speeding yards (481), and speeding touchdowns (4) final season. The 2020 third-round choose had surgical procedure on his left ankle after final season and missed a portion of coaching camp. He spent many of the offseason rehabbing from the surgical procedure.  

Breida has averaged 5.5 yards per contact for his profession and 4.9 yards per carry, so there’s extra room for explosiveness within the Payments offense. The veteran again struggled in 2020 with the Miami Dolphins. Throughout his 12 video games performed (one begin) for the Dolphins final yr, Breida noticed restricted motion, solely recording 68 touches — totaling 350 yards from scrimmage, which averages out to five.1 yards per contact. 

With Moss inactive, Devin Singletary is the clear No. 1 again in Buffalo. After averaging 5.1 yards per carry in his rookie yr (2019), Singletary completed with 156 carries for 687 yards and two touchdowns in 2020 (4.4 yards per carry) whereas additionally recording 38 receptions for 269 yards (7.1 yards per catch). 

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