Chase Edmonds, RB (ARI)

Logs season-low seven touches

Edmonds turned four carries into 46 yards and three catches (on four targets) into four yards during Sunday's 37-14 win at Cleveland.

Edmonds' first touch of the game was a 40-yard run on the Cardinals' initial possession. Thereafter, they were sporadic, with none of the six coming after halftime. Part of that was due to game flow, with Arizona sporting a lead of double-digit points from the 4:30 mark of the first quarter for the rest of the contest. With that reality, the team went with a grinder in James Conner to eat clock. On top of that, Edmonds has dealt with a shoulder injury for the past two weeks, so it's no surprise he was held to a season-low snap share (36 percent) and touch count. Assuming he's healthier this weekend, he should take on the larger share of offensive plays over Conner on Sunday against the Texans.

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Expected back Week 14

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