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Oct 2, 2022 27 134 5.0 35 2 27
Sep 25, 2022 15 46 3.1 13 0 4
Sep 19, 2022 17 80 4.7 12 0 8
Sep 11, 2022 13 96 7.4 24 1 15

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2022 356 4.94 3 8 35
2021 754 5.50 1 26 158 907.5
2020 867 5.29 6 2 28 197 14111.8
3y Avg. 813 5.08 3 1 35 288 1 13310.2
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Fantasy News

  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Explodes for 156 total yards

    Sanders rushed 27 times for 134 yards and two touchdowns while catching two of three targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 29-21 win over the Jaguars. Sanders nearly doubled his total yards from scrimmage from the previous three games in one fell swoop, chipping in his second and third touchdowns for good measure. The lack of targets out of the backfield (nine through four games) remains a minor issue for the fourth-year back, but the results on the ground have been strong early on. Sanders should be treated as an RB1 heading into next Sunday's tilt against the Cardinals.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: RBs to Sit

    The Jaguars have been tough against the run, holding Antonio Gibson (14 carries for 58 yards), Jonathan Taylor (nine carries for 54 yards) and Austin Ekeler (four carries for 5 yards) in check. Now, Gibson (seven catches for 72 yards) and Ekeler (eight catches for 48 yards) beat up Jacksonville through the air, but that's not part of Sanders' game with only six catches for 13 yards on the season on six targets. He hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 1, and he finished with 15 carries for 46 yards last week against the Commanders. I would only use Sanders as a flex this week in the majority of leagues.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Flex Starter (Lineup Decisions)

    Sanders' best path to help Fantasy managers is to run for 100 yards. He's tough to trust to score given the other parts of the offense, and the matchup this week is a tough one. Pencil him in for 80 yards -- if you have a player who you think can do better, start that other player. I would rather start Ezekiel Elliott, Breece Hall and Dameon Pierce.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Gets back to full participation

    Sanders (hip) practiced fully Thursday. One day removed from being a limited practice participant due to a hip issue, Sanders logged every rep Thursday, implying Wednesday's cap on his reps was for maintenance-related reasons. He's thus clear to lead the Eagles backfield Sunday against the Jaguars, which so far has equated to 51 touches for 235 yards from scrimmage and one rushing TD in three games this season.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Logs limited practice Wednesday

    Sanders was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice due to a hip injury. Sanders has tended to various injuries in three-plus seasons in the NFL, but a hip issue hasn't been one of them. Still, he managed some reps to begin prep for a Week 4 matchup with the Jaguars, and he'll have two more opportunities to get back to full activity before the Eagles potentially hand him a designation for that contest. On the season, Sanders has easily paced the Eagles backfield, earning 51 touches to Kenneth Gainwell's 13 and Boston Scott's (rib) 11 through three games.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Clear leader in backfield

    Sanders ran for 46 yards on 15 carries and netted minus-2 yards on one reception against Washington on Sunday. While it would have been nice if Sanders had been able to post bigger numbers, his fantasy investors can find encouragement in the fact that he was the clear lead runner for the Eagles. Jalen Hurts saw the second-most carries with nine and Kenneth Gainwell was third with just three. If Sanders can keep holding off Gainwell and Boston Scott then he should have more productive games in store. There's nothing obviously concerning about his Week 4 matchup against Jacksonville.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Another solid effort in Week 2

    Sanders rushed 17 times for 80 yards and brought in all three targets for six yards in the Eagles' 24-7 win over the Vikings on Monday night. He also recovered a fumble. Sanders' rushing volume would ideally be a tick higher, but positive game script helped lead to some late work and corresponding production for the fourth-year back. Sanders has logged 30 carries overall in his first two games and parlayed them into an impressive 176 yards and a touchdown, an elite level of efficiency he'll aim to build on at the expense of the Commanders in a Week 3 divisional road matchup.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: RBs to Start

    Sanders looked great against the Lions in Week 1 with 13 carries for 96 yards and a touchdown, along with two catches for 9 yards on two targets. He might not like Fantasy Football, but Fantasy managers will love Sanders if he continues to produce like this. I like Kenneth Gainwell as a sleeper in this game, but Sanders is worth starting as a No. 2 Fantasy running back in all leagues. This should be a fun game on Monday night, and hopefully Sanders can find the end zone for the second time in as many weeks.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    I especially think the Eagles will prioritize running the ball to help them dominate time of possession, something they struggled with last week at Detroit (the Lions were better at converting third downs than the Eagles were).
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Logs 15 touches in Week 1 win

    Sanders rushed 13 times for 96 yards and a touchdown and brought in both targets for nine yards in the Eagles' 38-35 win over the Lions on Sunday. Sanders was outpaced in carries only by his quarterback, as Jalen Hurts rushed a whopping 17 times overall. Otherwise, Sanders was the clear-cut pace setter among himself and backfield mates Kenneth Gainwell (five carries) and Boston Scott (four carries). The distribution offers some clarity to fantasy managers for the time being with respect to the Eagles backfield, and Sanders' strong performance, which included a one-yard touchdown run, also lends credence to the notion he should enjoy lead-back status again in a Week 2 home matchup versus the Vikings on Monday night, Sept. 19.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    I'd start him with more confidence in a non-PPR league than a PPR, but in both formats over Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Cam Akers, Ezekiel Elliott and any Patriots running back.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Puts in full practice Wednesday

    Sanders (hamstring) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice. Sanders had an interesting training camp, working with the second-team offense at one point, and after hauling in both targets for 20 yards in the Eagles' preseason opener, he didn't make another appearance during exhibition season due to a hamstring issue. The fourth-year running back finally returned to the practice field last Thursday and has progressed enough to handle all on-field activity less than a week later. How many reps Sanders may yield to the backs behind him on the depth chart (Kenneth Gainwell, Boston Scott and Trey Sermon) in Sunday's season opener in Detroit is still uncertain.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: On track to play

    Sanders (hamstring) likely will be a limited practice participant Wednesday but appears on track to start Sunday in Detroit, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Speaking before Wednesday's practice, head coach Nick Sirianni said his level of concern about Sanders' hamstring injury isn't high, per Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer. It's nonetheless worth monitoring Sanders' participation throughout the week, as hamstring injuries always carry the possibility of a setback even if his limitations in practice are mostly out of caution. The Eagles have Boston Scott, Kenneth Gainwell and Trey Sermon behind him on the depth chart.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Returns to practice Thursday

    Sanders (hamstring) returned to practice Thursday after missing more than the last two weeks, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Sanders' return to the practice field comes the same day as coach Nick Sirianni's statement that the running back is without a recovery timetable, per Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal. In all, it's a notable step in the right direction for Sanders to be in pads again, but his status will still need to be monitored leading up to the Eagles' regular-season opener in Detroit. The team can lean on Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott if Sanders isn't at full health by Week 1.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: No timetable for return

    Coach Nick Sirianni said Thursday that Sanders (hamstring) has no return timetable but is "feeling better every day," Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports. Sirianni said he is "hopeful" about Sanders' health, per Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia, but it's nonetheless concerning that the running back hasn't practiced since mid-August. The 25-year-old now has just 10 days to get healthy ahead of Sept. 11's season-opener against the Lions. The Eagles likely rely on a backfield split between Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott if Sanders isn't ready for Week 1.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Not practicing

    Sanders (hamstring) isn't practicing Wednesday, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports. Out for the past two and a half weeks, Sanders missed another practice 11 days before Philadelphia's season opener in Detroit. If Sanders can't play Week 1, Boston Scott and Kenneth Gainwell are next up for touches, but it's currently unclear which of the two would get more work.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: No practice again

    Sanders (hamstring) isn't practicing Monday, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports. Sanders has missed more than two weeks of practice and has two weeks left to get ready before Philly's season opener in Detroit. If he can't go, Boston Scott and Kenneth Gainwell are next up for touches, with it currently unclear which of the two would get more work.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Sitting out preseason finale

    Sanders (hamstring) isn't expected to play in Saturday's preseason game at Miami, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Since playing the first series of the Eagles' exhibition opener with the first-team offense, Sanders has been tending to a sore hamstring, which has kept him sidelined at practice. There have been reports that he's slated to be available for the season opener Sunday, Sept. 11 at Detroit, meaning he has a little more than two weeks to get healthy. Boston Scott is joining Sanders in street clothes Saturday, so Kenneth Gainwell, Jason Huntley and Kennedy Brooks are the team's available running backs.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Absent again

    Sanders (hamstring) isn't practicing Wednesday, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports. Reports came through last week suggesting that the Eagles expect Sanders to be ready for their season opener in Detroit, after presumably missing the third and final preseason game. He's now been out for a week and a half since the team's exhibition opener, during which he played one drive and caught two passes for 20 yards. If Sanders were to miss Week 1, the Eagles likely would turn to a split between Boston Scott and Kenneth Gainwell in the backfield.
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  • Eagles' Miles Sanders: Expected back before Week 1

    Philadelphia expects Sanders (hamstring) to be available before the team's Sept. 11 season opener against the Lions, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Sanders hasn't practiced since the team's preseason opener against the Jets, but the Eagles don't view his hamstring injury as overly serious and are merely taking a cautious approach with the fourth-year running back. While that's encouraging news, hamstring injuries are notorious for having a high re-injury risk, and Sanders' absence from practice is allowing second-year running back Kenneth Gainwell to continue making his case for more first-team playing time.
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