Week 4 at Cincinnati Bengals
In a general sense, Chase Edmonds did not play well last week. In a fantasy sense, he had a good game as he managed to find the end zone twice on short goal line carries. Outside of the two scores, though, Edmonds didn't provide much. He ran just six times for 21 yards and had just one target, which he caught for six yards. He was also out-snapped by Raheem Mostert (24-19) and out-touched (8-7). Edmonds has provided very little to start the season, rushing a combined 23 times for just 79 yards through three games. He gets a fairly tough matchup against the Bengals this week, who are giving up an average of 68 rush yards to running backs this year. With the matchups, his limited touches, and split duties with Mostert, it's hard to get very excited about Edmonds. He'll be a low-end flex play in Week 4.