The Buffalo Bills have one of the NFL’s most dynamic offenses. The fact that they’ve accomplished this as, essentially, a one-dimensional attack over the better part of the last two seasons is downright impressive. Sure, establishing the running game isn’t the necessity that it was in the ‘80s or ‘90s, but it certainly helps to be able to display a little balance.
That balance was on display towards the end of the 2021 season, as the Bills were finally able to find their footing in the ground game. Eschewing the rotation-heavy backfield they’d displayed for most of head coach Sean McDermott’s tenure, they allowed Devin Singletary to be the lead back, and he answered the call.