Bills DigestJune-July 2020
“The most excruciating round was the third round. We had such a good grade on Moss,” Beane said. “That was a need, and it just seemed like forever before we got on clock. ... he was sticking out on the board. And as I’ve tried to explain to you guys before, if I’ve got a guy that’s sticking out on the board with a need, I’m going to try to go get them. So it wasn’t going to be anything crazy, but we were talking to teams ... teams just kept picking.”
Luckily for the Bills, the Utah running back was in fact still on the board when the 86th overall pick arrived and Buffalo found its new partner in the backfield for Devin Singletary.
Finding another running back to share the load was one of Buffalo’s few remaining needs entering the draft. In Moss, the Bills have their potential thunder to Singletary’s lightning.
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