Edmonds had three carries for 14 yards and returned one kickoff for 17 yards during Sunday's 17-3 defeat to the Lions.
Acting as the clear No. 2 running back behind David Johnson, Edmonds has been afforded a shade over five touches per game this season. However, outside of a Week 13 outburst in which he totaled 66 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns, Edmonds has averaged a dismal 2.7 YPC with no end-zone visits. In reality, the aforementioned outing was an aberration, meaning anyone who took a chance on the rookie should get used to performances like Sunday's.
Edmonds rushed five times for 53 yards and two touchdowns while hauling in both of his targets for 13 yards in Sunday's 20-17 win over the Packers.
Edwards only got five carries to David Johnson's 20, but the rookie was the one to score both of Arizona's touchdowns, much to the chagrin of the embattled early pick's owners. In addition to his six-yard score in the second quarter and eight-yard touchdown in the third, Edwards also reeled off a 29-yard run. Johnson is still Arizona's primary running back -- as evidenced by the workload distribution -- but Edmonds may have earned himself a few more carries in Week 14 against the Lions and beyond.
Edmonds ran five times for zero yards during Sunday's 45-10 loss to the Chargers.
Edmonds also returned one kick for 13 yards. The rookie fourth-round pick's five carries tied a season high, but he was unable to make any sort of impact with his touches against the Chargers' revitalized run defense. He'll look to bounce back against the Packers in Week 13.
Edmonds ran for 17 yards on five carries during Sunday's 23-21 loss to Oakland.
The five carries tied a season high for Edmonds, though he struggled to make much of them against a Raiders run defense that is among the worst in the NFL. Edmonds, after catching nine passes in his first two games, has been quiet in the passing game as of late, but gets a somewhat favorable matchup on the ground Sunday against a Chargers defense surrendering 4.6 yards per carry, placing them among the bottom half of the league.
Edmonds notched two carries for seven yards during Sunday's 26-14 loss at Kansas City.
Yet again, Edmonds did little more than spell David Johnson, who accounted for 183 yards from scrimmage and both of the Cardinals' touchdowns on the afternoon. To make matters worse, Edmonds wasn't the most productive reserve running back. That honor went to T.J. Logan, who hauled in both of his targets for 14 yards on three offensive snaps. Sure, Edmonds handled 17 such snaps, but his outlook appears barren due to the amount of volume taken on by Johnson.
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