His usage and resulting fantasy production to date remain far below expectation. Edmonds has yet to find the end zone and while he has reeled in 26 receptions, his 53 rushing attempts over six weeks haven't been enough to move the needle. With the exception of week four, when Edmonds rushed for 120 yards on 12 carries, he hasn't produced more than 63 yards (week one) despite a healthy 6.0 ypc. average. His saving grace remains his passing game role, averaging five targets per game but unless his rushing attempts increase, Edmond's status as a dynasty starter will quickly come to an end, even now best used as a last-flex play. Within a pass-first offense possessing multiple dynamic players in the skill-positions, Edmonds' future prospects appear limited. He listed as DLF"s RB27, a ranking which will be pressured in the coming weeks.