- By Dan Becker
On a night when the Buffalo Bills debuted a three-headed backfield, Devin Singletary had no trouble distancing himself from the rest of the pack.
Or the Los Angeles Rams defense.
Singletary rushed for forty eight yards on just eight carries and caught both targets thrown his way by quarterback Josh Allen for 14 yards.
More importantly for him, his output helped carry the team to a 31-10 in a statement win over the defending Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams.
He averaged 6 yards a carry and was second only to Josh Allen in rushing statistics for the game.
Singletary had two more carries than backfield teammate Zach Moss who only rushed for fifteen yards in the game.
Rookie running back James Cook only rushed once for Buffalo, fumbling on his only carry.
Moss also fumbled on the night.
Singletary was drafted by the Bills in 2019 in the third round and has rushed for eleven touchdowns in his career.
He also had three rushing touchdowns a year ago in the post season for the Bills.
The Bills hope to continue their winning ways in Week 2 on Monday Night Football vs the Tennessee Titans.