Ingram was listed as questionable with a knee injury, while Moss was a healthy scratch.
Ingram’s absence is another blow to the exhausted New Orleans offense from his backfield teammate Alvin kamara was already ruled out on Wednesday due to his own knee injury.
Second year pro Tony jones jr. will likely be the Saints’ best runner, along with veteran RB / WR Ty montgomery II among those who help to carry the load. However, it’s unclear if the Saints will use the quarterback. Taysom Hill as part of their racing game since it is their only active backup QB (Ian book was a healthy scratch).
Kamara has now missed three games with his knee injury, but he is expected to return soon and has never been placed on the injured list. Ingram is also not expected to be sidelined in the long term as he was able to train on a limited basis on Wednesday before he was ultimately sent off.
Jones (5-foot-11, 224 pounds) joined the Saints as an undrafted rookie from Notre Dame last year and secured a berth in their 53-man roster this season ahead of the veteran Latave murray. However, he has only played five games this season due to an ankle injury he sustained in week four. He has 25 career carries for 92 yards and four career receptions for 10 yards with zero touchdowns.
The Saints (5-5) have also previously ruled out the starting right tackle Ryan ramczyk and the defensive ends Marcus Davenport and Tanoh Kpassagnon with injuries earlier this week, and they placed the tight end to start Adam trautman in the reserve of the wounded.
Moss, meanwhile, is inactive in part due to the running back’s recent success. Matt Breida, who has eight carries for 79 yards and two total touchdowns in the last two games. Wide Receiver / Kick Turner Isaiah McKenzie is also inactive for the first time this season as a healthy scratch. Beginner catcher Marquez Stevenson is expected to return punters and kickoffs on his NFL debut after coming out of the injured reserve this week.
ESPN Bills reporter Alaina Getzenberg contributed to this report.