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Mailbag: September 11, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. Special jumbo-sized kickoff edition. Is Fantasy Index missing the boat on J.K. Dobbins? How much does strength of schedule matter? Do losing teams pass for more yards? What's up with Devonta Freeman? Sleepers, backup running backs, and more. more »


Around the NFL: Kenyan Drake

Kenyan Drake isn’t practicing today. He’s on the side wearing a walking boot. It’s not considered to be a big deal, but it’s a reminder that Drake isn’t as proven as most of the league’s starting running backs.   more »



Drake enjoys TNF with new team

Arizona running back KENYAN DRAKE, who was traded to the Cardinals on Monday, got off to a great start with his new team on Thursday night against the San Francisco 49ers.More With running backs DAVID JOHNSON (ankle) and CHASE EDMONDS (hamstring) both ruled out for the game, Drake stepped in to lead the Cardinals with 162 total yards from scrimmage and a touchdown. Less

Source: Arizona Republic


Edmonds out, Johnson questionable for TNF

The Arizona Cardinals have ruled running back CHASE EDMONDS out for Thursday night’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. Fellow running back DAVID JOHNSON remains questionable for the game. Head coachMore Kliff Kingsbury says he will feature a “running back by committee” on Thursday night, which will likely include newcomer KENYAN DRAKE. Less

Source: Arizona Republic


Cardinals can’t find end zone vs. Saints

Arizona quarterback KYLER MURRAY was held without a touchdown for the second consecutive game as the Cardinals had to settle for three ZANE GONZALEZ field goals against the New Orleans SaintsMore on Sunday. To make matters worse, running back CHASE EDMONDS suffered a hamstring injury in the third quarter and was not able to return. With DAVID JOHNSON and ALFRED MORRIS inactive for the game, newcomer ZACH ZENNER was the only healthy back available for the Cardinals. Less

Source: Arizona Republic

Factoid: Chase Edmonds

Chase Edmonds ran for 3 touchdowns against the Giants, and they all came from at least 20 yards. That’s rare. It’s not easy scoring on longer runs in the NFL.   more »


Edmonds leads Cardinals with three touchdowns

Arizona running back DAVID JOHNSON was active for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants, but backup running back CHASE EDMONDS ended up leading the way for the Cardinals. With JohnsonMore dealing with a bum ankle, Edmonds had a career-high 126 rushing yards to go along with his three touchdowns. Fantasy owners counting on quarterback KYLER MURRAY were not as fortunate, as he passed for just over 100 yards and could not find the end zone. Less

Source: Arizona Republic


David Johnson a game-time decision vs. Giants

Arizona head coach Kliff Kingsbury said on Friday that running back DAVID JOHNSON will be a game-time decision for Sunday’s game against the New York Giants as he continues to deal with an ankle injury. If Johnson is unable to play, CHASE EDMONDS will lead the Cardinals backfield.

Source: NBC Sports

Podcast: October 8 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff work the waiver wire after Week 5 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies.  more »

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Edmonds leads Cardinals vs. Packers

In a turn of events that did not help anyone’s fantasy team, Arizona rookie running back CHASE EDMONDS scored both of the Cardinals touchdowns in Sunday’s game against Green Bay. Edmonds, the team’s fourth-round draft pick, had just five carries in the game but he made them count.

Source: Arizona Republic

Around the NFL: Fourth-round running backs

There were five running backs selected in the fourth round back in April. Chase Edmonds (pictured), Nyheim Hines and Kalen Ballage have got some positive press thus far, while Ito Smith and Mark Walton could push for roles with their respective teams. Odds are long for a sizable rookie impact, however.   more »



David Johnson looking for new deal, skips camp

Arizona running back DAVID JOHNSON was absent for the start of the Cardinals’ mandatory minicamp this week. Johnson is in the final year of his four-year rookie contract and is lookingMore for a new deal. With Johnson out, T.J. LOGAN, D.J. FOSTER, and rookie CHASE EDMONDS will be taking the carries in camp. Less

Source: Team Website

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