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Zack Moss 2020 Dynasty Outlook

Zack Moss
PALO ALTO, CA – OCTOBER 06: Zack Moss #2 of the Utah Utes carries the ball against the Stanford Cardinal during the third quarter of their NCAA football game at Stanford Stadium on October 6, 2018 in Palo Alto, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

In high school, Zack Moss committed to the University of Miami before decommitting and committing to the University of Utah.

Moss started just 3 games his Freshman year, scoring twice on 84 attempts for 382 yards. He took a big leap into his Sophomore season, rushing for 1,173 yards in 13 games, then for 1,096 yards his Junior year in just 9 games after suffering a season ending injury on his knee. He was back with vengeance his Senior year posting his third consecutive 1,000 yard season finishing with 1,416 yards and earning Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year.

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With the 86th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills selected Zack Moss, RB, Utah.

He came into 2020 with speculation that he may take over for Devin Singletary. Through the first 10 games for the season, Moss is RB44 while missing 3 games due to injury. He’s had his highs and lows, scoring as few as 2.7 fantasy points in Week 10 against a great Cardinals run defense but posting a big 20.1 points against the Patriots in Week 8. Like many thought, he’s become the lead back in touches, though it’s more of a 1A to Singletary’s 1B.

He’s averaging 8.9 fantasy points per game and is very TD dependent this season. He’s not someone who’s going to be a flex option this year barring a Singletary injury.

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ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 01: Zack Moss #20 of the Buffalo Bills rushes during a game against the New England Patriots against the New England Patriots at Bills Stadium on November 01, 2020 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)

Zack Moss Dynasty Outlook – Beyond 2020

Zack Moss has a real shot at taking over for Singletary in 2021. They currently have a 60/40 share, but it could become a 75/25 share in the 2021 season. He’s proven he can run well and has a nose for the endzone.

The biggest worry for Moss going forward is the Bills offense. They’ve become very pass heavy behind breakout QB Josh Allen. The RB value in Buffalo, no matter who the RB is, will be low for the next few years unless they make designed runs more of a priority.

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GLENDALE, ARIZONA – NOVEMBER 15: Running back Zack Moss #20 of the Buffalo Bills carries the ball during the second half against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on November 15, 2020 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)


According to the RotoHeat team, Zack Moss’s ADP is #128 overall and #39 among RBs in PPR formats. His value in picks in both 1QB and SuperFlex is an early 2nd rounder. I love the price tag here since he could be their starter by the end of the year.

In 1QB leagues, players comparable in value to Zack are Ronald Jones, Julian Edelman, James White, Preston Williams, Corey Davis, Daniel Jones and Tyler Higbee. The only player I’m targeting here is Preston Williams. He’s a project still like Moss, but both have great potential. The others I like here are Davis and Higbee, but I’d ask more than just them for Zack. With Fournette in Tampa, it hurts Rojo’s value, but if you’re a believer, then shoot your shot, though Moss has greater potential in my eyes. Edelman and White are guys who only have a couple relevant years left, and Jones may have even less time.

Players with similar value to Moss in SuperFlex leagues are T.Y. Hilton, Austin Hooper, Denzel Mims, Bryan Edwards, DeVante Parker and Laviska Shenault. For those in win now situations, go after Parker. I’m staying away from Hilton, Hooper and Edwards here. Mims and Shenault are interesting trade targets here as all 3 guys have potential to be really good fantasy producers. My order is Shenault, Moss then Mims.

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