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  Hunter Henry
TE - LAC
Hunter Henry
Miles Sanders
RB - PHI
Miles Sanders
 
 
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  Hunter Henry
TE - LAC
Hunter Henry
Miles Sanders
RB - PHI
Miles Sanders
2019 Schedule 
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  Hunter Henry
TE - LAC
Hunter Henry
Miles Sanders
RB - PHI
Miles Sanders
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  Hunter Henry
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  Hunter Henry
TE - LAC
Hunter Henry
Miles Sanders
RB - PHI
Miles Sanders
Expert 
Derek Lofland
FantasyPros
The nice thing about Henry playing in the playoffs is that we know he is healthy and he will be available for all OTA activities. Henry should bounce back as a TE1 coming off the ACL injury in May last year.The Eagles will be a messy timeshare situation this season, but I think Sanders ends up being the lead back by the end of the year while still not seeing more than 12-15 touches per game in a crowded backfield.
Mike Tagliere
FantasyPros
Prior to tearing his ACL, Henry's career arc was moving in the right direction. His per-target production is through the roof as he's seen 115 targets in his career that have amounted to 81 receptions for 1,057 yards and 12 touchdowns. By comparison, Zach Ertz saw 156 targets in 2018 and finished with 1,163 yards and 8 touchdownsThere are many who believe Sanders' three-down skillset will make Doug Pederson change his ways, though you shouldn't be so sure about that. During his three years in Philadelphia, there has been just one running back who has topped 42 snaps in a game, and that was Darren Sproles, who is more of a scat-back than a traditional one. They also traded for Jordan Howard, who is likely to steal some goal-line work, as he was really good in that role with the Bears. Sanders is likely to end the year as a top-25 fantasy running back, but it'll likely be a bumpy road, similar to how it was with Jay Ajayi
Kevin Roberts
Breaking Football
Philip Rivers knows how to utilize tight ends and Henry will be making up for lost time. He's a top-5 threat.Is Sanders going to be the guy for Philly? It seems so. If that's the case, he needs to be owned all of the wheres.
Dan Harris
FantasyPros
Henry was a popular breakout candidate last year until he tore his ACL and missed the entire regular season. He's been an excellent fantasy option throughout his career, and that's been almost entirely with Antonio Gates on the field. With Gates now out of the way, Henry should see a bevy of targets from Philip Rivers, who has targeted his tight ends early and often. That immediately vaults him into the top 10 of tight ends, and you shouldn't hesitate to take him in the top five if necessary.Sanders really only had one college season to show what he could do, since he was behind Saquon Barkley on the depth chart in Penn State, but he showed more than enough for the Eagles to draft him with eyes on making him their starter. After battling a hamstring injury early, Sanders has looked much better as the offseason went on, and beat writers have suggested that Sanders should be the top option for Philadelphia over Jordan Howard. But Darren Sproles and plenty of other options remain for the Eagles, so Sanders will likely have to cede carries, even if he does take the top job at running back. He's a high-upside option but not one without risk.
Andy Singleton
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Bobby Sylvester
FantasyPros
It is tough to know just how strong Henry will be in his return from the injury but seeing that he was prepared to play in the playoffs, it seems likely that he will be nearly back to 100%. Prior to his injury, Henry was every bit as efficient as Rob Gronkowski and Travis Kelce at the top of the league. Now that he is actually the starter and should see a major bump in targets, he may just leap into that top tight end tier.The Eagles re-signed Darren Sproles, acquired Jordan Howard and still have several other running backs of relevance on their depth chart. Peterson is known for splitting the workload among his running backs even when he had Jay Ajayi on the roster. If you think Sanders is going to be the exception to the rule, you will likely end up disappointed even though he is so talented.
Michael Petropoulos
BRoto Fantasy
Really liked Hunter Henry at his ADP last season, but then he missed the entire season with a torn ACL and now he is being drafted at the same spot. It does scare me a bit. He was really coming into his own at the end of 2017 with over 50 receiving yards in 3 of his final 4 games and 2 TDs in that span with 16 receptions in those games. There are a lot of mouths to feed in San Diego though and the running backs basically combined to be a WR1 receiving last season. 
Sean Koerner
The Action Network
 I typically avoid Eagles backs like the plague. Miles has upside but his ADP is already pricing that in
Nick Zylak
Fantasy Football Advice
Hunter Henry will return from a torn ACL he suffered last summer. Unlike players who suffered that injury during the season, Henry will be 100% to start the year. Henry put together two decent seasons before the injury, serving as both a receiving option and a red zone threat, even while Gates was still with the team. With Gates now long gone, Henry should be the teams top red zone option. This is also an offense that loves to throw the football. In 2017 they ranked 6th and 3rd in passing TD's and yards respectively. Last season those numbers were 8th and 11th. The Chargers have seemingly drawn the short straw on injuries in each of the past three seasons. In 2016 Keenan Allen tore his ACL, in 2017 Mike Williams injured his back and was limited to just one start, then Henry tore his ACL last season. At least for now, The Chargers offense is fully healthy. The core of Gordon/Allen/Henry/Williams is one of the best in the league, so they should be amongst the league leaders in TD's scored. While that's a positive for Henry (top red zone option on a top scoring offense), the plethora of options does mean that there will be some down weeks for all of these players. There are so many mouths to feed that sometimes they are going to under perform. At the end of the day, Henry is a top TE option, and someone I'd target in the middle rounds.Miles Sanders is in the same boat as David Montgomery. Both are rookies that SHOULD get the majority of the work...but it's unclear if they will. Sanders is by far the best RB on the Eagles roster, and if they feature him in this offense, then he's got legitimate top 10 upside. The Eagles are more likely than the Bears to use a committee...but Sanders has the talent to produce even in a committee. This is another situation where we should have a better idea after the preseason. But as it stands right now, the upside is mouth watering.