Has Zack Moss Taken Over The Buffalo Backfield?

  • Zack Moss might have taken over the Buffalo backfield, seeing 74% of all snaps last week.
  • Moss has -115 odds to see more than 44.5 rushing yards.
  • Moss has -118 odds to rack up more than 25 yards as a receiver.

BUFFALO, N.Y. - Zack Moss has been slowly taking over the Buffalo Bills backfield since a return in Week 2, which has been demonstrated by his 74% snap count last week against the Kansas City Chiefs.

He’s scored three touchdowns in four games, and while the Bills offense is mainly driven by QB Josh Allen, it would be a mistake for sports betting fans to overlook Moss and the wagers he brings with him.

Zack Moss Rushing Yards Odds

  • OVER 44.5 -115
  • UNDER 44.5 -112

Moss has achieved a yardage total OVER 44.5 in two of his four games played this season against the Washington Football Team and the Houston Texans.

Both of those teams are well known with NFL betting fans as being in the bottom half of the league in terms of yards allowed on the ground, as are the Tennessee Titans, the team Moss is going up against on Monday.

The Titans are a bit better than the WFT and the Texans, giving up 112.0 yards on the ground while Washington gives up 114.4 and Houston gives up 134.8.

Moss’ two season highs for carries coincided with the two games in which he broke the 44.5 barrier, as he saw 13 and 14 carries in those games.

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Zack Moss Carries Odds

  • At Least 11 -175
  • At Least 12 -118
  • At Least 13 -106
  • At Least 14 +136
  • At Least 15 +181

His season low for carries came in his first game this season, a Week 2 clash with the Miami Dolphins that saw the Bills win 35-0.

This was his only game with single digit carries so far this season - he’s seen 11 or more carries in the three games since.

Zack Moss Receiving Yards Odds

  • At Least 15 -323
  • At Least 25 -118
  • At Least 35 -164

Moss has seen work as a receiver out of the backfield in three of his four games so far, with his season high for receiving yards coming in Week 5 against the Kansas City Chiefs, a game that saw him rack up 55 receiving yards.

Moss has seen some variance in his receiving usage - he saw only one target against the Houston Texans, four against the Chiefs, and two and three against Miami and Washington respectively.

Moss’ Buffalo Bills face off against the Tennessee Titans for Monday Night Football. The game starts at 8:15 p.m. EST and will be broadcast on ESPN.