David Johnson Injury Leaves Cardinals RB Status Up In Air

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David Johnson Injury Leaves Cardinals RB Status Up In Air
David Johnson Injury Leaves Cardinals RB Status Up In Air

If Johnson remains limited or even sidelined, Edmonds will continue to play a big role. The second-year man is fourth in the NFL with 5.6 yards per carry, and that included Edmonds' last seven carries for a net of minus-9 yards as the Giants teed off against the run in the rainstorm. Kingsbury said the Giants knew how hard it was going to be to pass the ball – the Cardinals attempted just four second-half passes, completing two – and that was easy to see as the Cards made life miserable for Giants quarterback Daniel Jones, who was passing almost every down late. Edmonds now has 287 yards rushing this season, behind Johnson's 300 on the team. The duo has combined for 1,002 rushing and receiving

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