AFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
4-2-0 11-6-0
4-2-0 11-6-0
2-4-0 7-10-0
2-4-0 4-13-0

2023 Rushing

Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Longest Rush
Fumbles Lost
Regular Season 79 300 3.8 4 29 0
Post Season

Top Latavius Murray News

  • Bills' Latavius Murray: Tails off at season's end

    Murray finished the season with 79 carries for 300 yards and two touchdowns plus 17 catches (on 22 targets) for 119 yards in 16 regular-season games.

    Murray saw some run as the No. 2 back for a good stretch of the season, and it led to some nice results, with him peaking on a 6-68-1 line in Week 12. After the team's bye in Week 13, however, Murray saw only nine carries the entire remainder of the season. While he suited up in the playoffs, he didn't see a single carry. Ty Johnson clearly passed Murray in the pecking order for the stretch run. Murray turned 34 last month, and while he still ran with some power and proved to be a nice veteran asset for the Bills as an complement to James Cook, he probably doesn't have much more football left in his fine career.

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  • Bills' Latavius Murray: Won't suit up Week 18

    Murray has been ruled a healthy scratch ahead of Sunday's game against the Bills.

    Murray has seen his role continously decrease over the past few weeks as James Cook has taken on a larger workload over the same span. With addition of fellow veteran running back Leonard Fournette alongside core special-teamer and third-stringer Ty Johnson, it appears Murray is now the odd man out in this rotation. The 33-year-old will be sidelined for the first time this season Sunday.

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  • Bills' Latavius Murray: Role shrinking

    Murray had one carry for zero yards and failed to reel in his only target during Sunday's 27-21 win over the Patriots.

    Murray has just the one carry over the past two games and hasn't exceeded 32 percent of the offensive snaps in any of the past four games. With James Cook thriving in the bellcow role and quarterback Josh Allen tied for second in the league with 15 rushing touchdowns, it's only scraps left for Murray and Ty Johnson, and now practice-squad member Leonard Fournette is even an option. All of this makes Murray a role player, not a fantasy target.

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  • Bills' Latavius Murray: No carries for first time in 2023

    Murray did not record a carry or target in Saturday's 24-22 win over the Chargers.

    Murray has served as the No. 2 running back behind James Cook most of the season and leads all Buffalo running backs with four rushing touchdowns, but it's noteworthy that Leonard Fournette saw five carries in a tight game compared to none for Murray. Fournette -- who joined the Bills' practice squad in October -- has plenty of cred and is five years younger than Murray, so it'll be interesting to see how the Bills split up the backup carries the rest of the way. With Josh Allen up to 13 rushing touchdowns on the season, no one besides Cook holds anything more than speculative value in the Buffalo running back corps.

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  • Bills' Latavius Murray: Scores notable touchdown

    Murray rushed five times for 11 yards and a score and was not targeted in the passing game during Sunday's 31-10 win over the Cowboys.

    Murray ran for his fourth touchdown of the season, giving him nine straight campaigns of four-plus TD runs, something no other active player in the league can say. The 33-year-old has proven he can still bring value to a contending team, but starter James Cook has begun to look like a superstar the past few weeks, and Murray is locked into a clear No. 2 role. However, Murray may be a better goal-line back from inside the five, so that might keep him relevant in very deep leagues.

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  • Bills' Latavius Murray: Modest production in win

    Murray gained nine yards on three carries and caught his lone target for 21 yards in Sunday's 20-17 win over the Chiefs.

    Murray continued his role as the Bills' No. 2 running back behind James Cook, playing 32 percent of Buffalo's offensive snaps Sunday. While Cook played the most snaps (34) of any running back and handled the most touches (15), Murray was used sparingly in relief of his teammate. The 33-year-old's limited opportunities put a cap on his ability to produce consistently in Buffalo's offense. Murray will be an untrustworthy option for fantasy purposes when Bills host the Cowboys in Week 15.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 230 lbs
Birthplace: Titusville, FL
Age: 34
School: UCF
Experience: 11