Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss has left the game against the Indianapolis Colts. The cart came out to get him in the fourth quarter. UPDATE: It’s an ankle injury for Moss, per Mike Garafolo. Moss could miss the rest of the postseason.
Moss appeared to fumble on the play, but on the replay it was clear his knee was down. Somewhere in there, his leg was pinned underneath him and he wasn’t able to get up after being tackled for the first down.
Hard to tell from the replay what happened to Zack Moss there. pic.twitter.com/JH80Hq4vbI— Bradley Gelber (@BradleyGelber) January 9, 2021
Buffalo has Devin Singletary who will get the bulk of the plays for the rest of the way, and Taiwan Jones is there for emergencies. Jones mostly plays special teams. Inactive today is T.J. Yeldon with Antonito Williams on the practice squad.
If Moss is out for an extended period of time, Williams could find his way onto the roster. He had a big game for Buffalo in the season finale against the Miami Dolphins.
The Colts threw the challenge flag and lost a timeout following the play. Buffalo scored a touchdown a few plays later.