Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed nine times for 64 yards in the Chiefs' Super Bowl LV loss to the Bucs, adding two receptions for 23 additional yards.
CEH finally re-emerged as the lead back, but he lacked for opportunities in a game where the Chiefs played from behind the entire evening. The first running back off the board in April’s draft, CEH started off with a bang with a 25/138/1 Week 1 on the ground. It would end up his second biggest effort of the year, one that hinted at struggles between the tackle after he was stopped over and over again at the goal line. CEH cleared 50 yards rushing just two times after Week 6, while his receptions total of 38 didn’t live up to expectations. CEH’s 1,100 yards from scrimmage ended up fourth amongst rookies but did not come close to justifying his lofty summer ADP. Slowed by hip, ankle and illness issues, Edwards-Helaire missed a few games down the stretch and seemed to be wearing down when he did take the field. It was a “more questions than answers” rookie campaign, one that will undoubtedly have Edwards-Helaire facing summer competition in the backfield. He is still talented enough that a sophomore breakthrough is well within the range of possibilities. Feb 07 10:32 pm (EST)
- Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle, hip) practiced fully Thursday.
- Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed six times for seven yards and one touchdown in the Chiefs' AFC Championship win over the Bills.
- Clyde Edwards-Helaire (ankle, hip) will be active for the AFC Championship Game against the Bills. All Clyde Edwards-Helaire News
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2020 SEASON STATS
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