Devin Singletary and Frank Gore, Buffalo Bills at Cleveland Browns
If you exercised patience with Singletary then you were rewarded in Week 9 as he went from 7-9 touches per game up to 23 touches and raked in 140 all purpose yards and a touchdown. Singletary’s fantasy owners always knew he had that kind of explosion, the Bills just needed to let the kid run. This is no knock on Frank Gore by the way did an great job when he was getting the volume too. But his touches and his production had been tailing off and his rushing yards saw a steady decline for four straight weeks with no shot at the end zone.
The Browns are atrocious against the run, and ever since their best linebacker, Christian Kirksey went down with a torn pectoral in late September, teams have been running all over this defense, which is allowing a 30th-ranked 141.3 rushing yards per game. At this point I would go hard with Singletary as a lead RB2 back and only consider Gore in deep, 14+ team leagues as a flex, because it will come down to volume, which is slipping away from Gore.