ESPN Fantasy Projection: Edwards was the second man up for carries behind Mark Ingram last season, but he could fall to third this season with second-round pick J.K. Dobbins in the mix. The backup gig was generous to Edwards in 2019, as it allowed him 133 carries in the league's highest-scoring offense. Edwards is a nonfactor in the passing game (he has 270 carries and 10 targets in two seasons), but his rushing efficiency has been nothing short of elite. In fact, Edwards' career 5.3 YPC is best among 40 backs with 200-plus carries since he entered the league as an undrafted free agent in 2018. Edwards can no longer be considered Ingram's clear handcuff, and even if Ingram misses time, Edwards would work in a timeshare with Dobbins and perhaps Justice Hill. Edwards is worth a pick only in deep non-PPR leagues.