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Bryan Edwards

Bryan Edwards

WR - LV

Height: 6' 3"Weight: 215 lbsAge: 23College: South Carolina

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Bryan Edwards teases fantasy managers with a "what if?" in season finale

Bryan Edwards hauled in five of his four targets for 63 yards on Sunday night, and nearly hauled in a one-handed touchdown if not for a bobble when he hit the ground.

Fantasy Impact

The touchdown would've been the cherry on top for Edwards, but nonetheless it was still a solid performance for the previously highly touted prospect. Edwards, a popular sleeper pick amongst many in the fantasy world, fell flat this season as he simply wasn't involved in the team's weekly offense. Yet still there were flashes, including this game, that show Edwards does have the talent to be a fantasy producer. His fantasy value will largely depend on what situation he is in next season, as a return to the same situation in Las Vegas is simply impossible to trust at the moment.

Bryan Edwards has been placed on COVID/reserve list

Las Vegas Raiders WR Bryan Edwards has been placed on the league's COVID/reserve list and will be inactive Sunday afternoon.

Fantasy Impact

Edwards will be out of the Raiders game against the Broncos on Sunday in a game that has potential playoff implications in a divisional tilt. Edwards has been somewhat irrelevant as of late but this will likely provide Desean Jackson with a higher snap count and possibly make Jackson usable in fantasy due to the COVID issue around the league decimating fantasy teams in playoffs.

Josh Thiessen3 weeks ago
Bryan Edwards finds endzone in win

Bryan Edwards caught three of his four targets for just eight yards on Monday, but salvaged his day with a touchdown catch in the first quarter.

Fantasy Impact

Edwards looked poised to be a focal point of the offense after the team's opening drive on Monday, but he returned to being an afterthought after catching the Raiders' lone touchdown. Edwards shouldn't be near fantasy lineups in Week 16.

Bryan Edwards finally wakes up on Sunday Night Football

Bryan Edwards delivered 88 yards on three catches Sunday night, while also finding the endzone for his second touchdown of the season.

Fantasy Impact

Edwards operated as the teams second WR on Sunday night, and he delivered in a big way. It's the Edwards many thought we were getting at the beginning of the season, although it's better late than never for the second-year wideout. He'll take on the Bengals in Week 11 and will be a volatile WR4 that shouldn't be started unless out of desperation.

Bryan Edwards finally finds the endzone in win

Bryan Edwards saw just four targets on Sunday, but he made the most of it catching three of them for 43 yards and a touchdown.

Fantasy Impact

Edwards has been disappointing to say the least this season, and even with teammate Darren Waller out of the lineup he was unable to get anything really going. He shouldn't be rostered in redraft, although a favorable second half of the schedule does look enticing.