Clyde Edwards-Helaire out a few weeks

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The Chiefs have lost their starting running back for a few weeks.

Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire suffered an MCL sprain and is out for a few weeks, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Edwards-Helaire suffered the injury during Sunday night’s loss to the Bills. He had gained just 13 yards on seven carries at the time he went down.

For the season, Edwards-Helaire leads the Chiefs with 65 carries for 304 yards.

8 responses to “Clyde Edwards-Helaire out a few weeks

  1. CEH is a fine player but man, for a team with so many weapons already on offense, that pick might have brought a desperately needed piece to their defense.

  2. When Mahomes (or any QB for that matter) is leading their team in rushing, KC, is in trouble.

  3. CEH is not a special talent but the Chiefs don’t even try to establish the run EVER. Their offense is figured out and the good defenses in the league will slow them down.

  4. KC needs a running game but their line sucks. Thuney is not who we thought, Brown is average at best at LT and the other 3 are rookies. If they can all get better and gel that’s great, but with Mahomes taking more hits and the running game worse, I don’t see how this line is better than last years.

  5. Thanks for the 32nd pick of the draft and potential defensive rookie player of the year in Odafe Oweh – not like he would’ve helped this defense at all! Cheers!

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