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Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards is in need of a big game on Thanksgiving against the host Dallas Cowboys, but whether he will produce is a whole other story. After showing promise two weeks ago against the Chiefs, Edwards went without a single catch in Week 11's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Fantasy managers keep waiting for the South Carolina product to fill the void left by Henry Ruggs III and he just hasn't stepped into that role. Even if there is a big catch coming up in Edwards' near future and there very well could be he just isn't consistent enough for managers to count on against the Cowboys on Thanksgiving day.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards still has to prove himself in this Sunday's game against the visiting Cincinnati Bengals. Edwards caught 3-of-4 targets for 88 yards and had one big touchdown in last Sunday night's 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs but was held without a catch the previous week against the New York Giants. The South Carolina product just hasn't met expectations since Henry Ruggs' dismissal from the team and isn't consistent enough for fantasy managers to bet big on this week, even with the Bengals defense giving up a lot of opposing receivers.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards caught 3-of-4 targets for 88 yards and one touchdown in Sunday night's 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. The South Carolina product's big third-quarter touchdown looked like it could be a turning point for the Silver and Black, but they, unfortunately, came undone after that second touchdown and never recovered. Despite the loss, it was a nice bounce-back week for Edwards who had no catches the previous week and has been inconsistent as of late.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards is looking to have a bounce-back week as his team hosts the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night. The South Carolina product caught none of his four targets in last Sunday's 23-16 loss to the New York Giants, a game in which many expected him to make a significant contribution. Edwards has an opportunity to right those wrongs with KC's defense likely paying extra attention to fellow wideout Hunter Renfroe, who was sidelined earlier this week with an ankle issue. That being said, Edwards is considered a low-end WR4, at best, because of his lack of consistency.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards caught none of his four targets in Sunday's 23-16 loss to the New York Giants. Edwards was expected to have a massive impact against New York with the Raiders no longer having Henry Ruggs III as a downfield weapon, but he wasn't able to make a dent against a Giants defense that exceeded expectations. The South Carolina product could rebound next week when the Raiders play at home, but his performance and Week 9 didn't do much for his fantasy ceiling.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards looks to have a big week against the host New York Giants. The 22-year-old was only targeted four times in Week 7's victory over the Philadelphia Eagles but is expected to see his workload go up with Henry Ruggs III no longer on the team. Plus, Edwards caught three of those four targets against Philadelphia and had a touchdown. The South Carolina product has made the most of his opportunities so far this season for Vegas and figures to be an even bigger downfield threat for the Silver & Black this week against a so-so Giants defense. Expect Edwards to have an expanded role, and get a fantasy boost, on Sunday against New York.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards caught 3-of-4 targets for 43 yards and one touchdown in Sunday's 33-22 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. The 22-year-old took full advantage of the Eagles defense paying extra attention to Henry Ruggs III and helped the Raiders mount a 30-7 lead in the middle portion of Sunday's game. Edwards continues the trend of making big plays when Vegas needs them the most as the team heads into their Week 8 bye with a 5-2 record.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards could have a surprising impact in Week 7 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Edwards had two catches for 67 yards in last weekend's win over the Denver Broncos, and while he wasn't targeted as much as Vegas' other receivers both of his catches were pivotal in moving the Raiders down the field. With Philly's defense paying a lot of attention to Darren Waller and Henry Ruggs III, 22-year-old Edwards has the potential to make more big plays. Consider the South Carolina product a FLEX option against the Eagles.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards caught 2-of-4 targets for 67 yards in Sunday's 34-24 win over the host Denver Broncos. While both of Edwards' catches were pivotal in moving Vegas down the field, Derek Carr still appears to prefer connecting with Henry Ruggs III for big downfield throws. The 22-year-old WR definitely had a positive impact in Week 6, but he still doesn't produce consistently enough to have a big fantasy impact.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards had two receptions on five targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 20-9 loss to the Chicago Bears. Edwards wasn't the only Raider who struggled on Sunday against the Bears but noticeably missed a long pass for a first down from Derek Carr that could have turned the game around for Vegas. Edwards and the rest of the receiving corps should get more work in the coming weeks, but the 22-year-old hasn't had enough work recently to have a major fantasy impact.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards looks to make a big impact in Week 4, but it won't be easy as his team goes up against a tough Los Angeles Chargers defense on Monday night. The 22-year-old wideout had three receptions on five targets for 89 yards in Sunday's wild 31-28 overtime win over the Miami Dolphins, coming alive late in the game as he connected with quarterbackDerek Carr twice in overtime. Despite making some big catches, Edwards should be considered a mid-level player in flex leagues this week given that his production level is unpredictable and the Chargers have been very successful against the pass so far this season.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards had three receptions on five targets for 89 yards in Sunday's wild 31-28 overtime win over the Miami Dolphins. Edwards was quiet for the majority of Sunday's game but connected with Derek Carr twice in overtime en route to moving Vegas to a 3-0 record. Edwards should still be considered a mid-level player in flex leagues given his production level is unpredictable, although fantasy managers should keep an eye on him since he has had some big moments through the first three weeks of the season.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards is looking to carry his Week 1 success into this Sunday's matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The third-round pick from the 2020 draft had a big late-game impact for Vegas against the Baltimore Ravens last week, tallying four receptions for 81 yards and almost scoring the winning touchdown in overtime. The only thing that kept Edwards from having an even bigger impact was that Derek Carr spent the first half of Monday's game almost exclusively passing to Darren Waller. Edwards' significance in Week 2 will rely heavily on Carr targeting him more often than he did in Week 1, so fantasy managers should consider the wide receiver a flex option against Pittsburgh.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards had a surprising impact in Monday's come-from-behind 33-27 overtime victory over the Baltimore Ravens. The third-round pick from the 2020 draft tallied four receptions for 81 yards and came less than a yard short of scoring the winning touchdown in OT. With Baltimore's defense paying extra attention to Darren Waller, quarterback Derek Carr expanded his repertoire and began targeting Edwards later in Monday's game. Fantasy managers should keep an eye on Edwards to see if he becomes a bigger part of Vegas' offense and is therefore worth getting picked up.
Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Bryan Edwards is projected to start alongside Henry Ruggs III and Hunter Renfrow in three-wide sets this year despite the fact that Edwards got hurt and lost his job to Nelson Agholor in 2020. But Agholor is now gone, and Edwards will compete with newcomer John Brown. Las Vegas has high hopes for Edwards, even after he made just 11 catches in 12 games last year. The 22-year-old is a true X receiver and is explosive at 6-foot-3, 212 pounds. But he'll obviously need to be more consistent and stay healthy to hold off Brown for a starting job in training camp. The Raiders ultimately want Ruggs and Edwards to succeed on the outside, Renfroe manning the slot. Edwards will go undrafted in most formats, but he could be an early season waiver target if he becomes a bigger part of this offense.
Las Vegas Raiders right tackle Trent Brown has been activated off of the COVID list, but it appears the team wants to wait another week before getting him back on the field. This will make things tougher for the Raiders in this contest, as Brown's a key part of their offensive line. Wide receiver Bryan Edwards (foot/ankle) is inactive as well, though Edwards was unlikely to make a fantasy impact even if he was active. Nelson Agholor remains the WR1 in Vegas and is a decent WR3/4 play due to his projected volume.
Las Vegas Raiders rookie wide receiver Bryan Edwards (ankle, foot) is listed as questionable for Week 8 against the Browns. Edwards was limited in practice all week, so he definitely has a chance to return for the first time since Week 3. The third-rounder has caught five of his six targets for 99 yards in the first three games of his career, but he won't carry any fantasy appeal if he returns to action against Cleveland, as rookie Henry Ruggs III, Hunter Renfrow and Nelson Agholor should operate in three-receiver sets this Sunday. The Browns are an enticing matchup for wideouts; they've allowed the third-most fantasy points per game to them this year. Edwards might be able to make a splash play if he's active, but you can't trust him in fantasy lineups.
Las Vegas Raiders rookie wide receiver Bryan Edwards (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 4 against the Bills as he battles an ankle sprain, according to a source. Edwards is considered week-to-week moving forward. There's a chance that the No. 81 overall pick in this year's draft misses additional games. Fellow rookie Henry Ruggs III missed last week with an injury, so the Raiders could be short-handed at the position in a tough matchup this Sunday. If both rookies are inactive, it would be Hunter Renfrow, Zay Jones and Nelson Agholor in three-wide sets. Tight end Darren Waller figures to dominate the passing-game targets yet again, and he's really the only pass-catcher of this group worth using in starting lineups for Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Raiders rookie wide receiver Bryan Edwards (foot) has been removed from the team's injury report, a sign that he'll be on the field this week against the New England Patriots. With Henry Ruggs III (hamstring/knee) sitting, Edwards will look for a larger role on Sunday. He's been targeted just three times through two games, but did catch both Week 2 targets for 42 yards. The promising young wideout has some appeal in deep leagues this week with no Ruggs, but he remains an incredibly risky play until we see him get a higher target share.
Las Vegas Raiders rookie wide receiver Bryan Edwards is listed as a starter on the team's depth chart heading into Week 1 against the Panthers. He'll line up alongside fellow rookie Henry Ruggs III and Hunter Renfrow. An opportunity for Edwards opened up when Tyrell Williams (shoulder) was placed on Injured Reserve, so the 21-year-old is worth a waiver pickup early on if you're in need of more receiver depth. He had an outstanding training camp and was even compared to Davante Adams by quarterback Derek Carr. Edwards has a favorable matchup against Carolina out of the gates, but it's fair to wonder how many snaps he'll play as a complementary option in his first game. Consider him a DFS sleeper on Sunday.
Las Vegas Raiders rookie wide receiver Bryan Edwards has been getting first team reps during practice this week, while fellow rookie Henry Ruggs III hasn't been. This is a fairly big development since Ruggs was the first wide receiver drafted in this year's NFL Draft, but the speedster out of Alabama was always a bit more of a project than other first rounders. Edwards had 71 catches at South Carolina last year and 13 touchdown receptions over the past two seasons and could wind up playing a good bit in base sets. He's probably not someone to target in redraft leagues, but he could be worth a late dart throw in deep leagues.
With back-to-back picks in the third round, the Las Vegas Raiders took South Carolina wide receiver Bryan Edwards at pick No. 81 overall after they just took running back/wide receiver hybrid Lynn Bowden. Edwards joins Henry Ruggs III, who the Raiders took in the first round. Las Vegas is giving quarterback Derek Carr all the weapons he needs to succeed, so he won't have any excuses moving forward. Edwards has first-round talent but dropped in the draft because of a foot injury during the pre-draft process. He can beat press coverage and has a well-rounded game with awesome ball skills. The problem is he'll be buried on the depth chart behind Ruggs, Tyrell Williams and Darren Waller in his rookie season.
South Carolina wide receiver Bryan Edwards (foot), who fractured the fifth metatarsal before the NFL Combine, had his walking boot removed and is moving around well, according to sources. Teams were sent updated images and scans of Edwards, who is expected to come off the board on Day 2 of the draft as the Gamecocks all-time leader in catches. The 6-foot-3, 215-pounder had 234 receptions for 3,045 yards (13.0 yards per catch) and 22 touchdowns in his four seasons at South Carolina. It doesn't look like his draft stock will be negatively affected now that he's getting back to full health in what is a loaded draft class for wide receivers.
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