Edmunds recorded eight tackles (six solo), one defended pass and one interception during Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Ravens.
Edmunds intercepted a pass thrown by Lamar Jackson midway through the second quarter after the ball bounced out of Willie Snead's hands. The 2018 first-round pick once again showcased his remarkable versatility during the Week 14 loss. As a three-down linebacker with a steady floor as a run stopper and upside in coverage, Edmunds is a valuable fantasy asset in IDP formats.
Edmunds tallied 12 tackles, 0.5 sacks and a pass breakup in Sunday's 37-20 win over the Dolphins.
The second-year pro notched his first sack of the season last week, and he helped take down the quarterback again. Edmunds also matched his career high for tackles, as he produced an identical mark in Week 17 against the Dolphins last season. Being just 21 years old, Edmunds has an encouraging career trajectory, and he's already a steady IDP asset for fantasy purposes.
Edmunds recorded three tackles (one solo), a sack and a pass defensed across 70 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Browns.
While Edmunds saw his lowest tackle count of the season Sunday, he also managed to record his first sack of the year, which gave the Bills a safety. He has played in 100 percent of the defensive snaps this season and will look to keep that trend going Sunday against the Dolphins.
Edmunds had nine total tackles for the second straight week in Sunday's win over Washington.
Edmunds continues to be a strong source of tackles as the middle defender in a strong defense, and a guy who almost never leaves the field. Although he's still looking for his first sack or interception -- with his athleticism, it's a surprise Edmunds hasn't show more in these two areas -- he's up to 61 tackles on the season and could end up posting 120-plus tackles in each his first two NFL campaigns.
Edmunds made nine tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 31-13 loss to the Eagles.
Edmunds played every defensive snap for the seventh straight game. He's maintaining a slim lead as the team's tackling leader, ringing up 52 stops through seven games while Jordan Poyer has 51. Edmunds will look to continue adding tackles in Week 9 against the Redskins.
Edmunds had 11 tackles (seven solo) and one pass defensed in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Edmunds reached double-digit tackles for the first time this season as he once again played every defensive snap. The 2018 first-round pick has 30 tackles (17 solo) through four games but is still looking for his first sack.
Edmunds had just three total tackles and one pass defensed in Sunday's win over the Bengals despite playing 100 percent of the defensive snaps for the third straight game.
The tackle output represents Edmunds' lowest single-game output as a pro, so perhaps this is just a one-game anomaly after Edmunds posted nine and seven tackles in Weeks 1 and 2, respectively. The second-year linebacker better be ready to make more plays in Week 4, when the 3-0 Bills try to measure up against Tom Brady and the explosive 3-0 Patriots.
Edmunds posted eight total tackles in Sunday's come-from-behind win over the Jets.
The Buffalo defense played great all afternoon, while Edmunds is expected to be the straw that stirs the drink all season as the three-down middle linebacker. He and fellow linebacker Matt Milano each played all 72 defensive snaps, a trend that should continue as long as both players stay healthy. Edmunds posted 121 tackles in his 2018 rookie campaign -- barring injury, he's a certain bet to post triple digits once again.
Edmunds posted a season-high 12 tackles, a sack and an interception during Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
The stats log -- as good as it is -- almost doesn't do justice to just how much Edmunds dominated the middle of the field in Week 17, as he was in the fray all afternoon. As expected, Edmunds was capable of taking on a bigger load following the season-ending injury to Matt Milano, finishing with 31 tackles in the three games Milano missed, a span during which he posted his two best tackle days of the season. Edmunds finishes his campaign with 121 tackles, 12 passes defensed, 2.0 sacks and two forced fumbles, all fantastic totals for a 20-year-old rookie and 17th best among all linebackers in standard IDP scoring. Given Edmunds' size, intelligence for the game and his role as a middle man for a defensive-oriented team, numbers like these should be the norm for a long time.
Edmunds recorded a season-high 11 tackles and one pass defensed in Buffalo's loss to New England on Sunday.
Edmunds has started to accrue some of the tackles normally left to fellow starter Matt Milano, who's out for the season with a broken leg. He's picked up 19 tackles over the past two games without his defensive partner, as the rookie almost never takes a play off. He should be similarly busy in the finale against the Dolphins in Week 17.
Edmunds had 11 tackles (eight solo) in Sunday's 24-12 loss to the Patriots.
Edmunds set a new career high in tackles, as he managed double-digit stops for the second time this season. The 20-year-old rookie leads the Bills in tackles with 109 (69 solo), and he also has two forced fumbles, a sack and an interception in 14 games.
Edmunds tallied eight tackles and his first pro interception in Sunday's loss to the Jets.
The 20-year-old Edmunds became the youngest player in NFL history to record an interception, a nice little resume piece for the athletic middle linebacker. Edmunds has logged exactly eight tackles in four of his last five games. With fellow linebacker Matt Milano suffering a possible serious injury, Edmunds may be counted on to do even more next week against the Lions.
Edmunds (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Edmunds sat out last week's game due to a concussion but is returning after clearing the league's concussion protocol. He's expected to return to his role as the team's starting middle linebacker against an injury-riddled Jets' offense.
Edmunds cleared the concussion protocol and is expected to play Sunday against the Jets.
Edmunds is still officially considered questionable but should assume his usual starting role at middle linebacker. The Jets are likely to be without quarterback Sam Darnold (foot) and wide receiver Robby Anderson (ankle) --who are both considered doubtful -- in what is a solid matchup for the Buffalo defense.
Edmunds (concussion) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Edmunds was a limited participant at practice this week as he has yet to fully clear the concussion protocol. If the 20-year-old is unable to take the field Sunday, Julian Stanford should continue to work at middle linebacker for the Bills.
Edmunds (concussion) was listed as a limited participant at Thursday's practice.
Edmunds is thought to be getting close to being game-ready, but he apparently still has one more step in the concussion protocol before he can be cleared for Sunday's contest against the Jets. Julian Stanford has performed capably in Edmunds' absence over the last game and a half, but the rookie's athleticism makes the Buffalo D that much more formidable, and he's instantly become a three-down asset.
Edmunds (concussion) will be a limited participant in Wednesday's practice session, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports.
Edmunds was unable to practice at all last week, so his limited participation early in the week is a good sign that he's making some progress in the concussion protocol. He will need to gain full clearance from the league's protocol ahead of Sunday's game against the Jets if he is to return in Week 10.
Edmunds (concussion) has been downgraded to out for Sunday's game against the Bears, the Bills' official site reports.
This will be the impressive rookie's first missed time as a pro after suffering a concussion late in the Monday night loss to the Patriots. Julian Stanford will take Edmunds' place at middle linebacker for the contest.
Edmunds (concussion) didn't practice all week and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Chicago, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Edmunds will have to be cleared soon if he's to have any chance of playing against the Bears. The odds are a little bit longer in his case because he suffered the injury in the Monday night loss to the Patriots, thereby losing a day in his effort to pass through all steps of the league's concussion protocol.
Edmunds remains in concussion protocol and is working off to the side of practice Thursday, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports.
Edmunds left Monday's game against the Patriots and was unable to return after he was diagnosed with a concussion. The rookie will need to clear concussion protocol before returning to the field, but the fact that he was able to do some work on the side Thursday is an encouraging sign. Fellow linebacker Julian Stanford could see an increased role if Edmunds is forced to miss time.
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