Trust or Bust: Chase Edmonds Can Provide Value

Tom Exel
Chase Edmonds
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Chase Edmonds might not be the household name but is a name to note for your starting lineup. The Arizona Cardinals tailback makes the case to be an outstanding flex option for the remainder of the season. He may not be the featured back but he does have a steady diet of opportunities.

Chase Edmonds, A Compliment Indeed:

Edmonds is the perfect representation of what it means to be a compliment RB. Through eight games this season, he has managed a respectable stat line. Posting a 54/246/1 rushing line and a 29/240/2 receiving line, he has shown to be a valued Flex option. Five times this season, Edmonds has posted 11+ fantasy points and looks to continue that trend.

The Road Ahead:

The upcoming matchups for the Cardinals will prove favorable for Chase Edmonds. With the Bills, Seahawks, Patriots, and Giants, Edmonds will be able to continue his 12-point Fantasy average. Coming in at rankings of 18th, 32nd, 12th, and 15th (respectively), Chase Edmonds will have his opportunities against average-to-bad NFL defenses.

Quickly becoming a reliable target for Quarterback Kyler Murray, Edmonds will be racking up meaningful receptions and receiving yards. With Chase Edmonds’ speed, he is a big-play threat with screens and check-down plays. Also getting opportunities in the run game, he has big-play potential to take a quick handoff to the house.

Trust Goes A Long Way:

Minus Edmonds’ matchup against the Rams and Defensive MVP Aaron Donald, he is a solid Flex play ROS. Getting multiple opportunities in the run and passing game, I’m predicting he averages 12.8+ points a week. With Edmonds “To the Hizzy” potential and consistent numbers, lock him into your lineup. He is the perfect Flex piece to help earn a Fantasy playoff spot. Look out for Chase Edmonds the remainder of the season!

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