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Nov 20, 2022 2 9 4.5 6 0
Nov 13, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 6, 2022 4 5 1.3 3 0 1
Oct 23, 2022 6 32 5.3 16 1 9
Oct 16, 2022 9 33 3.7 11 0 3

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2022 302 4.25 3 17 151 3
2021 517 4.34 4 2 19 129 2 979.7
2020 803 4.44 4 36 297 1 13910.7
3y Avg. 660 4.40 4 1 28 213 2 12110.1
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Fantasy News

  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Placed on IR

    The Chiefs placed Edwards-Helaire (ankle) on injured reserve Tuesday. Edwards-Helaire will miss a minimum of four games while he receovers from a high ankle sprain, with Week 16 against Seattle representing the earliest possible date for a return. Isiah Pacheco had supplanted him in the Kansas City backfield in recent weeks anyway, but Edwards-Helaire still had a role off the bench before injuring his ankle in the second quarter of Sunday's win over the Chargers. It'll be Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon leading the way for the Chiefs the next month, and Ronald Jones may also get some chances for the first time all year.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Slated to go on IR

    Edwards-Helaire (ankle) is in line to be placed on IR, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Look for the move to be made official later Wednesday, with Edwards-Helaire now in line to miss at least four games with a high ankle sprain. In his absence, Isiah Pacheco is slated to lead the Chiefs' ground game, with Jerick McKinnon on hand to work in a complementary/change-of-pace role and Ronald Jones available in reserve.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Dealing with high-ankle sprain

    Edwards-Helaire sustained a high-ankle sprain Sunday night against the Chargers, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. The report notes that Edwards-Helaire left the locker room Sunday with his right ankle in a walking boot, with the running back's status cloudy as this weekend's game against the Rams approaches. Even before injuring his ankle, Edwards-Helaire had been seeing a decreased workload, and if he misses time, Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon would be in line to continue to lead Kansas City's backfield.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Sidelined by ankle injury

    Edwards-Helaire (ankle) won't return to Sunday's game against the Chargers. Edwards-Helaire had two carries for nine yards before getting hurt. He was ruled out at halftime. Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon will continue to split snaps in a Chiefs backfield that had largely phased out Edwards-Helaire prior to the injury.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Takes season-low four snaps in win

    Edwards-Helaire played a season-low four snaps and didn't log a carry while failing to haul in either of his targets in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Jaguars. For the third game in a row, Edwards-Helaire ceded the start at running back to Isiah Pacheco, but Sunday marked the first time the latter took on anything resembling a starter's workload. With Pacheco getting off to a nice start to Sunday's game, head coach Andy Reid relied on him more heavily, with the Rutgers product finishing with 16 carries for 82 yards while playing 56 percent of the snaps. Edwards-Helaire, meanwhile, nearly fell out of the game plan entirely, while Jerick McKinnon (37 percent snap share, six receptions for 56 yards on eight targets) retained a role as the Chiefs' primary passing-down back. Given that Pacheco's strong outing perhaps only further solidified him as the Chiefs' top option on early downs, Edwards-Helaire looks like he could find himself third in the pecking order for snaps out of the backfield moving forward.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    You're playing with fire if you start Edwards-Helaire. It's pretty clear to see that he's not only NOT the Chiefs' passing-downs back, but part of a committee on run downs. You might assume he's a touchdown-or-bust running back, but he played one snap inside the 10 last week against the Titans and one snap inside the 10 the game prior against the 49ers. Mecole Hardman has played more, had more touches and scored three times inside the 10 in those past two. You simply should not trust Edwards-Helaire until he gets back in the good graces of his coaching staff.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Held to 19 yards on five touches

    Edwards-Helaire rushed four times for five yards and caught one of two targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 20-17 overtime win over Tennessee. The Chiefs continued to deploy a three-pronged rushing attack, splitting the work fairly evenly between Edwards-Helaire, Jerick McKinnon and Isiah Pacheco. Unlike their last game, the trio failed to get anything going on the ground (14 combined rushing yards), and McKinnon was the only back to contribute anything meaningful as a receiver (six receptions for 40 yards). While it is tough to trust Edwards-Helaire after Sunday's dud, he does appear to still be the team's short-yardage back heading into a softer matchup against the Jaguars.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: RBs to Sit

    We'll see what the Kansas City backfield looks like coming off the bye, but it could still be an ugly timeshare with Edwards-Helaire, Isiah Pacheco and Jerick McKinnon. In Week 7 against San Francisco, Pacheco was the starter but only had eight carries for 43 yards. Edwards-Helaire scored a touchdown on six carries for 32 yards. And McKinnon had two carries for 12 yards and two catches for 36 yards on three targets. The Titans have not allowed a rushing touchdown since Week 1 and have only given up two total touchdowns to running backs. Without a touchdown, Edwards-Helaire's production could be awful.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: RBs to Sit

    The downside for Edwards-Helaire was on display the past two weeks when he didn't score a touchdown, and he failed to score against Las Vegas in Week 5 and Buffalo in Week 6, combining for nine PPR points over that span. He's played fewer snaps than Jerick McKinnon in four of the past five games, and Edwards-Helaire could struggle for positive production again this week. The 49ers have only allowed three touchdowns to running backs all season and just two to score more than 11 PPR points. It's hard to completely bench Edwards-Helaire in most leagues, but I consider him more of a flex option this week given the matchup.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Could yield Week 7 start

    Edwards-Helaire's teammate Isiah Pacheco is a candidate to start Sunday's game against the 49ers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The report notes that Pacheco took first-team reps in practice this week and is expected to draw the start Sunday, with Edwards-Helaire maintaining a key role in Kansas City's offense and Jerick McKinnon mixing in. Per Rapoport, both Pacheco and Edwards-Helaire are expected to see significant snaps against the 49ers, so Edwards-Helaire still figures to factor in, but the looming possibility that Pacheco (who logged just two carries in Week 6) assumes a larger role in Week 7 threatens Edwards-Helaire's fantasy ceiling.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Bust Candidate (Lineup Decisions)

    Edwards-Helaire has been trending in the wrong direction for weeks. He's basically a touchdown-needy back at this point since the Chiefs don't seem committed to giving him a starter's snap share, much less 15 touches per week. The matchup against the 49ers doesn't help. I'd rather start Jeff Wilson, Kareem Hunt and Brian Robinson.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Held in check by Buffalo

    Edwards-Helaire carried the ball nine times for 33 yards in Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Bills. The Kansas City running game got stifled by the Buffalo front seven, but Edwards-Helaire also wasn't able to add any value through the air as he failed to even see a target for the first time this season. The running back does have five TDs through six games, but he could struggle to get into the end zone or gain much yardage in Week 7 against the 49ers' tough run defense.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Edwards-Helaire has been fantastic so far this season, and he only has one game with fewer than 14 PPR points, which was last week against the Raiders when he scored just six points. He had nine carries for 15 yards, along with three catches for 20 yards on four targets, and he played fewer snaps than Jerick McKinnon in that game. The Chiefs were trailing in that game, and McKinnon is more valuable in that scenario. For Week 6, the Chiefs are actually underdogs at home against Buffalo (minus-3), so Kansas City could be chasing points again. If Edwards-Helaire fails to score then his Fantasy production could be minimal, and he had seven carries for 60 yards, along with one catch for 9 yards on two targets when these teams met in the playoffs last year.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Role slips in victory

    Edwards-Helaire rushed the ball nine times for 15 yards in Monday's 30-29 win over the Raiders. He added three receptions on four targets for 20 yards. Edwards-Helaire narrowly out-carried Jerick McKinnon 9-8, but he failed to get anything going on the ground. As has been the case throughout the season, Edwards-Helaire was more impressive as a receiver, and he managed multiple receptions for the fourth time in five games. He appeared to have a seven-yard touchdown reception midway through the second quarter but was ruled down at the one-yard line upon further review, and he got knocked out of bounds at the one on a four-yard catch in the fourth quarter. While getting across the goal line either time would have improved his stat line, Edwards-Helaire's usage as a bell cow in Week 4 appears to have been an outlier, as he now has fewer than 10 carries in all but one game on the campaign.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: RBs to Start

    I thought Edwards-Helaire had the chance to outperform his Average Draft Position this year if he stayed healthy, but he's performing much better than I expected. He's scored at least 14 PPR points in every game this season, and he just ran for a season-high 92 yards on 19 carries in Week 4 at Tampa Bay. He also has three games with at least three games and two games with multiple touchdowns. It's time to treat him as a weekly No. 2 running back in all leagues. This week, he gets a Raiders defense that has allowed two running backs in the past three games to score at least 14 PPR points. And in his past two games against the Raiders, Edwards-Helaire has scored at least 18 PPR points in both outings.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Edwards-Helaire has been fantastic so far this season, scoring at least 14 PPR points in every game. He's been involved in the passing game with 12 catches for 115 yards on 12 targets, and he has three total touchdowns. But I'm slightly concerned about his production for Week 4 against the Buccaneers. He has yet to have more than eight carries in a game, and if he didn't score in Week 3 against the Colts he would have finished with just eight PPR points (seven carries for no yards and a touchdown, along with five catches for 39 yards). The Buccaneers run defense has again been fantastic, and Tampa Bay has yet to allow a running back to score or gain more than 60 yards, including matchups with Ezekiel Elliott and Aaron Jones. Edwards-Helaire is only a flex option at best this week.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Only yardage comes through air

    Edwards-Helaire rushed seven times for no gain, albeit with one touchdown run, and secured all five targets for 39 yards in the Chiefs' 20-17 loss to the Colts on Sunday. Edwards-Helaire had an exact split with Jerick McKinnon with respect to carries, but only the latter actually netted any positive yardage. CEH did make up for the lack of rushing production with a co-team-high reception tally, and he's compiled 12 receptions in three games. Edwards-Helaire has yet to log double-digit carries, however, and he could be in a fairly even timeshare again with McKinnon in a Week 4 road battle against the Buccaneers.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    You should start Edwards-Helaire for what feels like a favorable matchup. There's a chance for him to score (Brandon Bolden did last week against the Bolts), if not boost his workload and flirt with 100 yards. I'd start him over Miles Sanders, Ezekiel Elliott, David Montgomery and any Rams running back.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Garners 118 total yards in win

    Edwards-Helaire rushed eight times for 74 yards and brought in all four targets for 44 yards in the Chiefs' 27-24 win over the Chargers on Thursday night. Edwards-Helaire made several impressive plays in the passing game and then ripped off a game-long 52-yard run while also drawing a 15-yard face mask penalty on the first play of the Chiefs' penultimate possession to help set up a critical field goal. The third-year back has just 15 carries through two games, but with those totes netting 116 yards and another 77 yards and a pair of scores through the air, Edwards-Helaire has still afforded fantasy managers meaningful production. He'll aim to keep churning out strong numbers in a Week 3 road clash with the Colts a week from Sunday.
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  • Chiefs' Clyde Edwards-Helaire: Finds end zone twice against Cards

    Edwards-Helaire carried the ball seven times for 42 yards while catching all three of his targets for 32 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 44-21 win over the Cardinals. The running back didn't end up being Kansas City's leading rusher -- that honor went to rookie Isiah Pacheco -- but Edwards-Helaire's contributions as a receiver more than made up for it. The third-year player came into 2022 with only three career receiving TDs in 23 NFL games, but with the team's passing game promising to be more spread out in the wake of Tyreek Hill's departure, Edwards-Helaire could have a much bigger role through the air this season.
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