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NFL Week 11 fantasy football questions and answers: 32 reporters give advice

It's Week 11 of the 2020 NFL season: Do you know who your team's primary running back is?

Chances are you don't. Sometimes the coach of your favorite team doesn't seem so sure either. Because of attrition and struggling play, there are revolving doors across the league to see who will tote the rock.

NFL Nation is here to help you sort it out and answer the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay.

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Buffalo Bills

What has gone wrong with Devin Singletary, and is there any hope for a revival?

It's not so much Singletary's deficiencies as it is the Bills' ability to block for him. Buffalo ranks 31st in run block win rate, as it has had to shuffle its offensive line throughout the season due to multiple injuries. The team figures to get Cody Ford and Mitch Morse back after the Week 11 bye and could roll out its full starting offensive line for the first time all season in Week 12. If Singletary and the Bills can't figure out how to get this run game going by then, it may be time to find another option for your fantasy team. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques


Miami Dolphins

How much of a role will Salvon Ahmed play this week with Matt Breida expected back?