6. Chase Edmonds (Buy)
Running back Chase Edmonds of the Arizona Cardinals went from being secretly being one of the better backup running backs into the NFL into the likely starter for one of the NFL’s more exciting offenses.
If starter Kenyan Drake suffered an injury that will keep him shelved for a long period of time (as is currently presumed), the dual-threat that Edmonds provides could unlock yet another weapon for Kyler Murray and company. Case in point? On just 15 touches against the Seattle Seahawks, Edmonds finished with 145 combined yards.