Clyde Edwards-Helaire

Clyde Edwards-Helaire Fantasy

Healthy
1 30th
2020
344 10th
2020
17.3 32nd
2020
1.0 17th
2020
Height / Weight
5'7" / 207 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 11, 1999 (21)
Experience
Rookie
Drafted
2020 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 32 (KC)
College
LSU

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Clyde Edwards-Helaire News

Clyde Edwards-Helaire Will Look To Bounce Back In Week 6

Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire will look to bounce back against the Bills in Week 6. The rookie struggled against the Raiders in 2 Week 5, but some of that can be attributed to the fact that the Chiefs were trailing and had to pass the ball for most of the second half. The Bills are giving up 85 yards per game on the ground and have only allowed Rams running back Darrell Henderson to rush for over 100 yards this season. Edwards-Helaire has been featured in the pass game, but the Bills Defense is only allowed two receptions a game to opposing runners. The rookie might not do much as a receiver on Monday, but he should be able to find some holes and once again be the bell cow for Kansas City. With the Chiefs expected to sign LeVeon Bell, the rookie should be considered a RB2 with upside the rest of the way.

Oct. 15th • 10:48 PM
Clyde Edwards-Helaire Held In Check

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire had a frustrating afternoon against the Las Vegas Raiders in a Week 5 loss. CEH was held to just 40 rushing yards on 10 carries and also hauled in three receptions for 40 yards. The Raiders defense was very good in the second half and it showed as it was the rookies worst performance of his young career. The Chiefs had to pass more than usual and that worked against Edwards-Helaire. The rookie has shown he has a big role in the Chiefs offense and should be considered a RB1 heading into Week 6 against the Buffalo Bills.

Oct. 11th • 4:54 PM
Clyde Edwards-Helaire Set Up For Big Week

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is set up for a big Week 5 against the Las Vegas Raiders. The rookie has become a bell cow out of the Chiefs backfield and has helped in both the run and pass game. This sets him up nicely against the Raiders defense which has allowed 138.5 yards per game on the ground and 7.5 receptions a game to opposing running backs. The Raiders defense has also given up 30 points per game on the season and that sets up CEH a nice opportunity to reach the end zone. CEH has reached RB1 status in his short career and managers have to be excited about what they have seen so far from the rookie. In addition to weekly leagues, Edwards-Helaire makes for a strong DFS play in Week 5 and those playing may want to consider stacking him along with some of his teammates in what should be a high scoring affair on Sunday.

Oct. 8th • 5:39 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Patrick Mahomes
Chad Henne
RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire
Darrel Williams
LWR Tyreek Hill
Byron Pringle
RWR Mecole Hardman
Sammy Watkins
SWR Demarcus Robinson
Chad Williams
TE Travis Kelce
Ricky Seals-Jones
LT Eric Fisher
C Austin Reiter
Daniel Kilgore
RG Yasir Durant
RT Mitchell Schwartz
Mike Remmers
LDE Tanoh Kpassagnon
Alex Okafor
LDT Chris Jones
Tershawn Wharton
RDT Derrick Nnadi
Mike Pennel
RDE Frank Clark
Taco Charlton
LB Anthony Hitchens
Damien Wilson
Ben Niemann
Willie Gay Jr.
LCB Bashaud Breeland
Rashad Fenton
SS Juan Thornhill
Tedric Thompson
FS Daniel Sorensen
Armani Watts
RCB Charvarius Ward
CB Tyrann Mathieu
Antonio Hamilton
PK Tommy Townsend
K Harrison Butker