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Bills' Moss (ankle) ruled out for the rest of the postseason

by Mike Spector | Bills Correspondent |
Mon, Jan 11th 4:25pm EST

Per Ian Rapoport on Twitter, Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Baltimore Ravens, and the rest of the postseason with a serious ankle injury suffered in last week's game against the Colts. (Ian Rapoport)

Betting Impact:

Despite the news of Moss's injury, the Bills remained -2.5 point home favorites and the over/under stayed at 50, which are the same numbers that they opened at earlier on Monday, per BettingPros consensus odds. Moss was second on the team with 112 carries, 481 yards, and four rushing touchdowns on the season. Now the running back duties will rely heavily on Devin Singletary, with the change of pace back either being TJ Yeldon or Antonio Williams, though those two combined for just 22 carries on the season. Thus, it should be a more pass-heavy attack for the Bills going forward with Buffalo's backfield depth having taken a serious hit. It will be interesting to see if the total rises throughout the week with Buffalo likely to employ a more aggressive game plan.

Game: BAL at BUF Sat Jan 16th, 8:15pm ET | Categories: Injuries