A preseason rookie draft darling, Moss was serviceable this season, but far from an impact player. He finishes the year with 481 rushing yards, 14 catches, 95 receiving yards and five touchdowns. The Bills clearly chose to be a pass-first team this season and relied more on Josh Allen's ability than anything else. While Devin Singletary was far from a dominant runner himself, it still seems the Bills are content with a 1-2 punch at the position, limiting the upside of both players at this point in time. On the positive front, this injury doesn't look like something that will be a long-term concern for Moss, who remains a dynasty hold as our RB31, ironically right behind our RB30, his backfield mate Devin Singletary.