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RB KAN

College: LSU | Rookie
Height: 5'7" | Weight: 207 lbs
Birth Date: 4/11/1999
Depth Chart: RB1.1
2020 Bye Week: 10

Owned: 99.8%
Started: 85.0%
Total Pts: 147.7
Avg Pts: 14.77
Rank: 9 RB

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Fantasy Week
Pts
Scoring
Week 119.80Clyde Edwards-Helaire 138 rushing yds (13.80 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 1 rushing TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Clyde Edwards-Helaire 27 yd rushing TD
Week 213.00Clyde Edwards-Helaire 38 rushing yds (3.80 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 32 receiving yds (3.20 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 6 receptions (6.00 pts)
Week 318.40Clyde Edwards-Helaire 64 rushing yds (6.40 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 70 receiving yds (7.00 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 5 receptions (5.00 pts)
Week 412.10Clyde Edwards-Helaire 64 rushing yds (6.40 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 27 receiving yds (2.70 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
Week 511.00Clyde Edwards-Helaire 40 rushing yds (4.00 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 40 receiving yds (4.00 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
Week 620.90Clyde Edwards-Helaire 161 rushing yds (16.10 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 8 receiving yds (0.80 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 4 receptions (4.00 pts)
Week 713.30Clyde Edwards-Helaire 46 rushing yds (4.60 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 1 rushing TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Clyde Edwards-Helaire 11 yd TD rush
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 17 receiving yds (1.70 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 1 reception (1.00 pts)
Week 86.10Clyde Edwards-Helaire 21 rushing yds (2.10 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 10 receiving yds (1.00 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
Week 912.40Clyde Edwards-Helaire 14 rushing yds (1.40 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 20 receiving yds (2.00 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 3 receptions (3.00 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Clyde Edwards-Helaire 4 yd TD pass from Patrick Mahomes
Week 10
Week 1120.70Clyde Edwards-Helaire 69 rushing yds (6.90 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 2 rushing TDs (12.00 pts)
. . . Clyde Edwards-Helaire 3 yd rushing TD
. . . Clyde Edwards-Helaire 14 yd rushing TD
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 8 receiving yds (0.80 pts)
Clyde Edwards-Helaire 1 reception (1.00 pts)
Week 1211.7010-44yds / 0.3TDs 3-24yds / 0.2TDs projected
Playoff Week 1
Playoff Week 2
Playoff Week 3
Playoff Week 4
Player Notes
Nov 22 11:40pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed 14 times for 69 yards and two touchdowns in Week 11 versus the Las Vegas Raiders. He also chipped in with one catch for eight yards. The rookie was in a bit of a slump entering Sunday's game, but managers will be happy with his performance this week. With so many options in the Chiefs powerful offense, Edwards-Helaire only has three games with more than 16 rushing attempts, but he has been effective in the pass game. Managers should feel confident owning the starting running back in an explosive offense and the rookie will head into Week 12 as a RB2 in a tough matchup versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

From RotoBaller

Nov 20 10:50am ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire will look to get back on track in a Week 11 matchup versus the Las Vegas Raiders. Edwards-Helaire has seen under 10carries in each of the last three games and has totaled just 81 rushing yards over that span with a touchdown. He also has seven receptions for 47 during that time. The goodnews for managers is that Le'Veon Bell has struggled so far in his Chiefs tenure and hasn't been a true threat to the rookie as of now. CEH rushed 10 times for 40 yards and caught three balls for 40 yards when the two teams met earlier this season and with most of the Raiders being placed on the COVID-19 list, managers should feel safe firing the rookie up against a Raiders defense allowing 90 yards per game to opposing runners. CEH should be treated as a RB2 with upside in Week 11.

From RotoBaller

Nov 19 6:50pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (illness) was held out of practice Thursday, thereby throwing his status for Sunday's game versus the Raiders into flux. Since Edwards-Helaire's breakout game in Week 6 against Buffalo, he has seen a sharp downturn in production as Kansas City has both focused more heavily in the passing game, while also acclimating Le'Veon Bell to the offense. Having seen just 25 snaps last week versus Carolina, Edwards-Helaire's fantasy outlook was on the downturn prior to any type of injury news, with his absence from practice Thursday working as another mark against him. He'll be a risky RB2/Flex option even if he eventually gets the green light to suit up.

From RotoBaller

Nov 8 4:40pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire posted another underwhelming performance on Sunday. The rookie didn't have many opportunities to his defense and only rushed five times for 14 yards. He did salvage his day with three catches for 20 yards and a touchdown, but it was disappointing to see him do so little in a favorable matchup. CEH heads into the Chiefs bye week with back-to-back poor performances, but he remains a RB1 and will face the Raiders in a very favorable matchup following the Chiefs Week 10 bye.

From RotoBaller

Nov 6 9:40am ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire will look to bounce back in Week 9 after a disappointing Week 8 performance. The good news for CEH managers is that the Panthers have allowed 100 or more rushing yards in six of their eight games and are giving up an average of just under 107 yards per game to opposing runners. Carolina has also allowed 51 yards per game in the air to running backs and that works in Edwards-Helaire's favor. The concerning news for CEH managers is that Le'Veon Bell will be appearing in his third game with the Chiefs and will be involved in this contest. Even with Bell, CEH is in a prime spot to get back on track and has RB1 status in Week 9.

From RotoBaller

Nov 1 4:30pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire was quiet Sunday afternoon versus the New York Jets. It was all Patrick Mahomes in the Chiefs victory Sunday. CEH only rushed for 21 yards on six carries and caught three balls for 10 yards. The good news for Edwards-Helaire owners is that Le'Veon Bell only rushed six times, but backup running backs Darrel Williams and Darwin Thompson also chipped in for seven carries. Bell remains the biggest competition for the rookie, but CEH should remain the top option out of the Chiefs backfield heading into a Week 9 battle against the Carolina Panthers.

From RotoBaller

Oct 30 9:40pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire will look to keep his strong season alive in a favorable matchup against the New York Jets in Week 8 that is allowing opposing runners to gains 105 yards per contest and 45 yards per catch, both which bode well for the rookie. Managers should be aware that veteran Le'Veon Bell should see some run in a revenge and moving forward. The Chiefs have a clear edge of talent in this contest and that means that in addition to giving up snaps to Bell, CEH could have a shorter day than normal if the score goes as expected. Either way, Edwards-Helaire should be fired up as a RB1 in Week 8.

From RotoBaller

Oct 25 7:50pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire picked up a rushing touchdown in Week 7 against the Denver Broncos, but overall was quiet on Sunday. The rookie only had eight rushing attempts for 46 yards and also hauled in one catch for 17 yards. With veteran Le'Veon Bell now in the picture, the rookie will take a bit of a hit in his value, but should remain the main running back for the defending champs. Edwards-Helaire is set up to be a RB1 in Week 8 against the Jets and should be considered a low-end RB1 with upside the rest of the season.

From RotoBaller

Oct 22 6:30pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire will look to build off of his best performance as a professional in Week 6 with a matchup against the Denver Broncos in Week 7. CEH will face a Broncos Defense that is averaging 76 yards a game versus opponents and has not allowed more than 100 yards rushing in a contest since Week 2, but has been allowing just over five receptions a game and 36 yards to opposing runners. Edwards-Helaire should see plenty of action as both a runner and receiver, but it has not been determined yet if recent acquisition Le'Veon Bell will suit up. If Bell suits up, CEH's value will take a bump and he may lose opportunities in the pass game. CEH for now remains a backend RB1 heading into Week 7, but that could change if Bell suits up.

From RotoBaller

Oct 19 8:20pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire put together his most dominant performance of the season on Monday versus the Buffalo Bills. The Chiefs fed their rookie all night long and CEH responded by rushing for 161 yards on 26 carries. The rookie had his longest run of the season for 31 yards and also chipped in with four catches for eight yards. The rookie has looked strong all season and has become a big threat in the Chiefs powerful offense, but the Chiefs recent signing of LeVeon Bell is expected to put a dent in his workload. Even with Bell in the picture, Edwards-Helaire should be considered a high-end RB2 the rest of the year. The rookie will look to keep the momentum going against the Denver Broncos in Week 7.

From RotoBaller

Oct 16 10:50am ET

Recently signed Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell will have to wait to get onto the practice field due to the league's COVID-19 protocol. The rules state that newly added players can't practice until they test negative for five days straight. After that, they need to test negative on a sixth day along with a point-of-contact test. This means that Bell won't be able to make his first practice appearance with the Chiefs until late next week, at the earliest. Bell owners will have to continue to remain patient with him, while rookieClyde Edwards-Helaire owners should be able to expect at least two more weeks featuring a heavy workload.

From RotoBaller

Oct 15 10:50pm ET

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 Sunday, 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.

From RotoBaller

Oct 15 10:30pm ET

The Kansas City Chiefs signed running back Le'Veon Bell to a one-year deal on Thursday just two days after he was released by the New York Jets. Bell sat out the 2018 season after three Pro Bowl selections and two All-Pro nods with the Steelers and looked like a shell of his former self in the year-plus he spent in New York. The multi-faceted running back now joins the defending Super Bowl champions in head coach Andy Reid's dynamic offense. An already explosive offense now adds another shiny toy to help complement rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire in the backfield. However, the 28-year-old won't play in Week 6 against the Bills, as he'll have to go through six days of COVID-19 protocols. He should be ready to go by Week 7 when the Chiefs face the Broncos. CEH will take a hit with this move, but he'll still be at least a low-end RB2/high-end RB3, while Bell will have flex appeal and RB2 upside in PPR leagues.

From RotoBaller

Oct 11 5:00pm ET

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 5 against the Buffalo Bills.

From RotoBaller

Oct 8 5:40pm ET

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.

From RotoBaller

Oct 5 10:40pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed 16 times for 64 yards and picked up 27 on three catches in Week 4 versus the New England Patriots. CEH has shown explosiveness out of the backfield for the defending champs and has also chipped in as part of the pass game. Edwards-Helaire has been seeing the majority of snaps out of the backfield and has been helping managers across the board with his ability to both run and catch the ball. CEH will be a RB1 heading into a Week 5 date with the Las Vegas Raiders.

From RotoBaller

Oct 1 7:10pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire is set up for a big performance against the New England Patriots in Week 4. CEH has been performing as a RB1 and has picked up 11 receptions over the past two weeks. The rookie has always been getting the bulk of snaps out of the backfield. The Patriots have allowed 100 yards or more on the ground in back-to-back weeks and they have also allowed 18 receptions to the running back position on the season. CEH is lined up to have a strong performance and should be considered by managers playing DFS on Sunday.

From RotoBaller

Sep 28 11:30pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire once again played a significant role in the Chiefs offense on Monday versus the Baltimore Ravens. CEH rushed 20 times for 64 yards also caught five of six passes for 70 yards. The rookie has been involved in the passing game for two straight weeks and is clearly the bell cow in the Chiefs backfield. Edwards has been doing it all for the Chiefs and its fair to say it is his job to lose. Edwards-Helaire should be treated as a RB1 and will look to keep it going against the New England Patriots in Week 4.

From RotoBaller

Sep 25 10:00am ET

Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire will look to bounce back in Week 3 after a rough Week 2 running the ball. CEH did catch six passes on eight targets in last Sundays contest and managers should be pleased that hes getting involved in the pass game. The Ravens defensive unit has been strong this year, but allowed over 100 yards to the Browns backfield of Kareem Hunt and Nick Chubb in Week 1, before shutting down David Johnson for just 34 yards. CEH is shaping up to be the newest tool in the shed in an already explosive offense and should be considered a RB1 in Week 3.

From RotoBaller

Sep 20 8:40pm ET

Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire had an explosive Week 1 in his NFL debut last week, but returned to earth in Week 2 against the Chargers. The rookie was the lead back out of the backfield, but only saw 10 rushes for 38 yards at 3.8 yards per carry. The positive news for Edwards-Helaire was that he was featured in the pass game and caught six balls for 32 yards. Edwards-Helaire already has strong value and if he is able to carve out a consistent role as a pass catcher, he could become a top-5 running back. Edwards-Helaire will look for more opportunities in a tough matchup versus the stingy Baltimore Ravens Defense in Week 3. He should be treated as a low-end RB1 for now.

From RotoBaller

Player Transactions
  • 20-Jul-2020: KAN - Signed, Draft Choice - Four-year contract (fifth-year option)
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2020 Season147.7014065542292321450
Week 1HOU19.80251381000020
Week 2@LAC13.00103800632080
Week 3@BAL18.40206400570060
Week 4NWE12.10166400327030
Week 5LV11.00104000340080
Week 6@BUF20.90261610048040
Week 7@DEN13.3084610117040
Week 8NYJ6.1062100310030
Week 9CAR12.4051400320150
Week 10bye
Week 11@LV20.7014692018020
Week 12@TAM
Week 13DEN
Week 14@MIA
Week 15@NOR
Week 16ATL
Week 17LAC