3.) Devin Singletary vs. Cincinnati Bengals
What a day for Devin Singletary in a barnburner game. Looking at this game, the headline was the two quarterbacks in C.J. Stroud and Joe Burrow, but Singletary inserted himself into the conversation. Singletary had a career game against the Bengals, carrying the ball 30 times, yes you read that right, 30 times for 150 yards and one touchdown.
He also added one catch for 11 yards. Most, if not all fans expected the Bengals to get this win against a rising Texans team, and that would have been the case if wideout Tyler Boyd did not drop a potential game-winning touchdown in the endzone.
With Dameon Pierce being out again, Singletary took advantage of this opportunity and put his name on fantasy radars if they were not on already. Before this game, Singletary only recorded 10+ fantasy points in one game this season, so this performance can be considered an outlier. However, it is hard to ignore this type of game as the Texans will host the Arizona Cardinals next week, giving SIngletary yet another favorable matchup depending on the status of Pierce.