Buffalo Acquire Running Back

The Buffalo Bills are one of, if not the strongest teams in the entire NFL, and have been getting healthy in recent weeks, and ahead of the NFL Trade deadline, they only had one genuine hole to fill, and with just minutes before the deadline, they managed to do so, as they have now acquired running back Nyheim Hines from the Indianapolis Colts.

Hines was serving as a backup in Indy behind Jonathan Taylor, but now, he will play a part in a 1-2 combo with Devin Singletary, and given his abilities as a receiver out of the backfield, his versatility is going to be invaluable to Josh Allen and this team moving forward as they finally push for a Super Bowl with this group. Nyheim is in the fifth year of his career, all spent with the Colts until now, and over that time, has 3,000 all purpose yards to go along with 17 Touchdown's, and while he won't change the Bills fortunes alone, he's going to be a great complimentary piece for this team.

The Bills need to get healthy, but beyond that, they remain the deepest team in the NFL, and if they can be healthy by the time the playoffs roll around, especially with the addition of Hines, they'll be the favourite to head to the big dance out of the AFC. In return for Hines, the Bills are sending Zach Moss and a late round pick to the Colts, so this is a fantastic move for Buffalo that only strengthens their Super Bowl push. 

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