Bills Get Great News With Zack Moss Injury Update Ahead of Week 10
As the Buffalo Bills prepare for a Week 10 divisional clash with the New York Jets, the team has received a great injury update on running back Zack Moss.
The Bills announced Saturday that Moss has been removed from concussion protocol. The 23-year-old rusher was a limited participant in practice this week after exiting Week 9's loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars with his head injury.
Zack Moss Injury Update
Sharing the backfield with Devin Singletary has led to Moss having a somewhat quiet season on the ground. He's rushed the ball 65 time so far, tallying 233 yards and three touchdowns.
However, Buffalo has kept Moss involved in the passing game. It's led to him improving over his rookie totals when it comes to receptions (18) and receiving yards (166) despite playing six fewer games than last year.
There should be plenty of work available for both Bills running backs in Week 10. The Jets are surrendering 133.2 rushing yards per game (27th) with a league-high 5.8 yards per carry over their last three games.
The Bills are decisive 13-point favorites over the Jets ahead of Sunday, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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