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Boston Scott

Boston Scott

Height: 5' 6"Weight: 203 lbsAge: 24

Week 17 Outlook

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Week Rank (ECR) RB #36
Projection 4.9 pts


Boston Scott sees nine touches in loss to Seahawks

Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed six times for 25 yards and caught three passes for 23 yards in Sunday's loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

Fantasy Impact

An unknown member of the Philadelphia practice squad earlier this season, Scott emerged as a weapon for the offense in the second half of the season after a number of injuries depleted the active roster. He should have a role as a pass-catching, change-of-pace back in Philadelphia in 2020 behind Miles Sanders and could have some appeal in deeper PPR formats depending on what the Eagles' roster looks like heading into next season.

Mike Maher12 weeks ago
Boston Scott leads Eagles to win with three touchdowns Sunday

Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed 19 times for 54 yards and three touchdowns and caught four passes for 84 yards in Sunday's win over the New York Giants.

Fantasy Impact

With Miles Sanders leaving with an ankle injury on Sunday, Scott took over as the lead back and one of the offense's top weapons. He led the team in both rushing and receiving and scored three touchdowns to help lead the Eagles to a win over the Giants. If Sanders misses next week's game against the Seahawks and Jordan Howard once again serves in an emergency-only role, Scott could once again see a large workload.

Mike Maher13 weeks ago
Boston Scott with minimal production on nine touches Sunday

Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed three times for 12 yards and caught six passes for just seven yards in Sunday's win over the Dallas Cowboys.

Fantasy Impact

While Scott's six catches were nice for PPR leagues, he did not offer much additional production. With Miles Sanders seeing the bulk of the work at running back, Scott is a rotational back who will do most of his damage through the air.

Mike Maher14 weeks ago
Boston Scott catches seven passes Sunday

Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed six times for 26 yards and caught seven passes for 39 yards in Sunday's win over the Washington Redskins.

Fantasy Impact

With Jordan Howard out, Scott has jumped into the number two running back role behind Miles Sanders, surpassing Jay Ajayi, who didn't play on Sunday. While he can't be counted on for huge numbers every week, he does carry some potential in deeper PPR leagues due to his role as a pass-catcher in the Philadelphia offense.

Mike Maher15 weeks ago
Boston Scott finds the end zone in surprising performance Monday

Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed 10 times for 59 yards and a touchdown and caught all six of his targets for 69 yards in Monday's win over the New York Giants.

Fantasy Impact

With Miles Sanders missing some time in the second half due to cramps, Scott stepped up in a big way for the Eagles. If Jordan Howard misses next week against Washington, Scott could see some additional work behind Miles Sanders again.

Mike Maher16 weeks ago
Boston Scott


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