The longer we wait for the Eagles to sign a veteran running back to complement Miles Sanders, the more likely it becomes that Scott begins to see his role in the Eagles offense increase. He’s received lots of offseason praise from the Philadelphia coaching staff, and maybe he’s ultimately the backup and change-of-pace guy to Sanders. If that’s the case, Scott will surely make some noise for fantasy owners, especially in PPR leagues. Last season, he caught 26 of his 28 targets in the final five games. Scott certainly has stand-alone value in Philadelphia, and should also be considered the primary handcuff for Sanders owners at this point.