Kenyan Drake carried the ball 20 times for 86 yards and added two catches for another nine yards through the air in Week 2.
Drake saw the majority of the work out of the Cardinals' backfield in Week 2, toting the rock 20 times vs. Chase Edmonds' three carries. He wasn't able to find the end zone against Washington, nor was he heavily involved in the passing attack. Through two games, Drake has just four catches on four targets for 14 yards through the air. If he's not getting into the end zone, it's going to be hard for him to be a true RB1 like he was drafted to be. Edmonds has nine targets in the first two weeks, and figures to be the Cardinals' preferred option in the passing game. That being said, Drake gets a soft Detroit run defense that just allowed the Packers to rush for 259 yards in Week 2.