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Is it fair to say Devin Singletary is now the clear lead back in Buffalo?
It's probably fair to say he should be, but with the Bills' matchup-dependent strategizing, all bets are off. Singletary did more with a feature role than any other Buffalo player has over the past two seasons, and with the struggles Cleveland and Miami -- Buffalo's next two opponents -- have had against the run, it makes sense for the rookie to continue to operate as the lead back. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques
How will backfield touches be distributed with Mark Walton suspended?
Kalen Ballage will get the first shot at being the Dolphins' lead back, and you should expect him to get at least 75% of the snaps Sunday vs. Indianapolis. Ballage is the only running back on the roster with more than one career NFL carry. Patrick Laird will be the next man up, and he's your deep sleeper who could earn more opportunities if he capitalizes on his initial limited touches and Ballage struggles. Those are the two backs to watch for now, but seventh-round pick Myles Gaskin and new signee De'Lance Turner could also get a chance as time goes on. -- Cameron Wolfe