Posted: 11/20/2019 2:13 am UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders played 85 percent of the offensive snaps against the New England Patriots Sunday, Nov. 17. RB Boston Scott played 19 percent of the snaps with no other running back factoring into the mix.
Huddle Up: Jordan Howard was ruled inactive and Jay Ajayi didn't see the field. It was a tough matchup and Sanders wasn't fully able to impress against the New England Patriots, but his role has increased over the season, as was expected on draft day. Fantasy managers may need to wait for 2020 for the true breakout.
Posted: 11/18/2019 7:35 am UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders had 11 carries for 38 yards against the New England Patriots on Sunday, Nov. 17. He also caught two passes for nine yards.
Huddle Up: With Jordan Howard sidelined, Sanders was the featured back. He struggled in the role and tends to look better when the team can pick their spots with him. The injury to Howard is not considered major, so hopefully he'll return soon and let Sanders slide back into a complementary role. In that capacity, Sanders is a decent flex option.
Posted: 11/03/2019 11:40 pm UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders rushed 10 times for 42 yards in Week 9 against the Philadelphia Eagles and he had three grabs for 31 yards on three targets.
Huddle Up: Sanders continues to see a decent amount of touches per game, but he has been just so-so in his opportunities. As long as Jordan Howard is healthy, Sanders is a RB3 or flex fantasy option in leagues of 12 or more teams, at best. The Eagles are off in Week 10.
Posted: 11/01/2019 7:36 pm UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders (shoulder) fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 1, and is not on the injury report for Week 9.
Huddle Up: Sanders has been a solid contributor in the running and passing game for the Eagles as a rookie and will continue to see a solid amount of touches. He can be a flex option in most leagues.
Posted: 10/31/2019 10:34 pm UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders (shoulder) fully participated in practice Thursday, Oct. 31.
Huddle Up: Sanders has been productive in the running and passing game this season and will continue to see a solid amount of touches each game. He will be facing a solid Chicago Bears defense this week but can be a flex option in all fantasy leagues.
Posted: 10/30/2019 8:18 pm UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders (shoulder) didn't practice Wednesday, Oct. 30.
Huddle Up: The rookie ran for a career-high 74 yards and scored his first rushing touchdown last week against the Buffalo Bills. It would be rather inconvenient timing to miss a game following the standout performance.
Posted: 10/30/2019 5:43 pm UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders (shoulder) is out of practice Wednesday, Oct. 30.
Huddle Up: Sanders had 118 total yards on just three carries and three receptions, and one of them went to the house. He'd be a flex option against the Chicago Bears if he's fit to go.
Posted: 10/28/2019 4:52 pm UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders (shoulder) may be limited in practice somewhat during the week, but he 'won't miss time' after receiving good news after undergoing tests Monday, Oct. 28.
Posted: 10/28/2019 1:06 am UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders rushed three times for 74 yards, including a 65-yard touchdown, in Week 8 against the Buffalo Bills. He added three receptions for 44 yards, too.
Huddle Up: Sanders scored his first NFL rushing touchdown, and second total score in the past three games. Still, he has single-digit carries for the fourth straight outing after going for 10 or more rushes in the first four. Unless something happens to Jordan Howard it appears Sanders has rather limited fantasy appeal. The Eagles host the Bears in Week 9.
Posted: 10/27/2019 7:19 pm UTC
Philadelphia Eagles RB Miles Sanders (shoulder) suffered a shoulder injury during the Week 8 game and is considered questionable to return.
Huddle Up: Sanders was playing well in the game before the injury, so fantasy players should keep an eye on the situation. Sanders has become a solid fantasy option in all leagues and is a No. 2 running back or flex option when healthy.