College: Rutgers | 2 years
Height: 6'1" | Weight: 238 lbs
Birth Date: 4/13/1995
Depth Chart: RB1.2
2019 Bye Week: 8
Total Pts: 40.7
Avg Pts: 4.52
Rank: 60 RB
|Week 1||5.60||Gus Edwards 56 rushing yds (5.60 pts)|
|Week 2||1.10||Gus Edwards 11 rushing yds (1.10 pts)|
|Week 3||8.80||Gus Edwards 53 rushing yds (5.30 pts)|
Gus Edwards 15 receiving yds (1.50 pts)
Gus Edwards 2 receptions (2.00 pts)
|Week 4||4.60||Gus Edwards 28 rushing yds (2.80 pts)|
Gus Edwards 8 receiving yds (0.80 pts)
Gus Edwards 1 reception (1.00 pts)
|Week 5||3.30||Gus Edwards 17 rushing yds (1.70 pts)|
Gus Edwards 6 receiving yds (0.60 pts)
Gus Edwards 1 reception (1.00 pts)
|Week 6||3.40||Gus Edwards 34 rushing yds (3.40 pts)|
|Week 7||3.50||Gus Edwards 35 rushing yds (3.50 pts)|
|Week 9||8.70||Gus Edwards 27 rushing yds (2.70 pts)|
Gus Edwards 1 rushing TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Gus Edwards 12 yd rushing TD
|Week 10||1.70||Gus Edwards 17 rushing yds (1.70 pts)|
|Week 11||4.10||7-28yds / 0.1TDs projected|
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards rushed for 17 yards on four carries in Sunday's Week 10 win over the Bengals. Edwards hadn't seen less than five carries in a game since Week 2 against the Cardinals. Although he is the second option in Baltimore's backfield, his consistent subpar performances only make him a viable roster addition in the event that Mark Ingram misses time. Look for other options in Week 11 against a Texans Defense that has only allowed two touchdowns to opposing running backs in 2019.
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards rushed for 27 yards on seven carries and his first touchdown of the season in Week 9 against the Patriots. Back in Week 7, Edwards rushed for 34 yards on eight carries against the Cincinnati Bengals. Edwards is the second option in the Ravens backfield behind starter Mark Ingram and is seeing around 5-to-8 carries a game. Although Edwards got in the end zone in Week 9, he is still nothing more than Ingram's handcuff going into Week 10 and shouldn't see time in your starting lineups against the Bengals Defense.
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards rushed for 27 yards on seven carries and scored his first touchdown of the season Sunday Night against the Patriots. Edwards doesn't get enough volume to be considered anything more than Ingram's handcuff at this point in the season. Going into Week 10's matchup against Cincinnati, Edwards is getting about half the amount of carries per game compared to Ingram. Edwards rushed for 36 yards on six carries in Week 7 against the Bengals Defense.
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards carried the ball 8 times for 35 yards in Sunday's Week 7 win against Seattle. Edwards has 52 rushing attempts for 234 yards but has failed to get into the end zone in 2019. Edwards is the clear handcuff to Mark Ingram with Justice Hill barely getting touches, but he isn't worth a spot in your lineup unless Ingram misses time.
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards finished with 34 yards on six carries during the win over the Bengals on Sunday. Averaging just over seven touches per game, this type of performance has been the norm for the 24-year-old this season. He should continue to outpace Justice Hill but don't expect much of anything from a fantasy standpoint unless Mark Ingram goes down with an injury.
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards has shown promise at times in 2019, but doesn't get enough touches to be a viable starting option. Edwards has rushed for 148 yards on 33 attempts and has failed to get in the end zone through the first four weeks. With running back Mark Ingram handling the bulk of the carries for Baltimore, Edwards' fantasy value hinges on Ingram's availability going forward.
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards rushed for 11 yards on three carries in Sunday's win against the Cardinals. Quarterback Lamar Jackson led the team with 120 rushing yards on 16 carries and starting running back Mark Ingram led the backfield with 47 yards on 13 carries. No one from the Ravens backfield rotation got in the end zone Sunday. At this point in the season, it's hard to see Edwards have any relevance for your starting lineup as the second option in Baltimore, but he could prove to be a valuable bench-stash handcuff to Ingram in the event that Ingram goes down. Ingram exited the game briefly Sunday with an apparent back injury but returned shortly after.
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards played more snaps (38.16%) than starter Mark Ingram (32.89%) in Week 1, but Ingram is the clear starter in the Ravens backfield. Last week, Edwards saw an increase in playing time because Ingram's shoulder was banged up and the Ravens had a large lead over the Miami Dolphins. Edwards was less efficient than Ingram, running for just 3.3 yards per carry compared to Ingram, who popped off an impressive 7.6 yards per carry. Edwards cannot be trusted in your starting lineup at this time, but if you are anIngram owner, you would be wise to roster Edwards as the clear handcuff.
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards has been locked as the second running back on the depth chart going into Sunday's matchup against the Miami Dolphins. Just because he's second on the depth chart doesn't mean he's locked into touches. Ravens offensive coordinator said Thursday, "We'll probably see who has the hot hand and feel it out. Mark is our starter, everybody is going to contribute." There has been a lot of buzz recently around rookie running back Justice Hill who offers Baltimore a fun change-of-pace running style, but people tend to forget that Edwards had good numbers in 2018. The bulldozing back finished last year with 718 yards on 137 rush attempts and two touchdowns. The Ravens play a presumably tanking Dolphins Defense that gave up the most yards and second-most points in franchise history last season. Edwards could be a viable flex option depending on how well he can get "the hot hand".
Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards is leaner and more powerful as he enters the 2019 season. He said he weighs the same as last year, but his body is trimmer and he is down to six percent body fat from nine percent in 2018. Edwards was the team's most productive runner in the second half, finishing with 718 yards and three 100-yard games. However, he'll have a tougher time in 2019 keeping his fantasy value, as he'll have to compete for touches with Mark Ingram and rookie Justice Hill. Edwards' goal is to become more involved in the passing game, as he caught just two passes for 20 yards last year. Edwards is likely to be a short-yardage back for the most part, which will keep his fantasy ceiling low.