The Bills are apparently making a change in their running backs rotation.
According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Media, Buffalo Zack Moss will make a healthy scratch in Thursday’s game against New Orleans.
Moss has played 43 percent of Buffalo’s offensive snaps and is fifth on the team with 431 yards from scrimmage. He is also joint second at the club with a total of five touchdowns.
But Moss’ offensive snaps have dropped in recent weeks. He was only 28 percent on the field against Jacksonville in week nine and 29 percent in week 11.
So instead, the Bills will turn to starter Devin Singletary and backup Matt Breida in the position.
The full list of Buffalo’s inactives will be announced 90 minutes before kick-off.