RB - PHI
Week 7 Outlook
Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed 12 times for 46 yards and caught three of his five targets for 46 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's win over the New York Giants.
With Miles Sanders sidelined, Scott took over as the team's primary running back and produced 92 total yards and a touchdown on 15 touches. His touchdown reception came with less than a minute to go and came on a perfectly placed ball and Scott had to catch in traffic while also staying in bounds as he slid into the end zone. If Sanders is unable to play against the Cowboys next week, Scott should once again step in as the team's primary back.
Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed two times for four yards and caught two of his four targets for five yards in Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
The bigger story on Sunday is that Miles Sanders left the game with a knee injury and is headed for an MRI on Monday. The team is reportedly concerned about that injury, so Scott could see a significant role in the team's Week 7 matchup against the New York Giants on Thursday Night Football.
Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed once for three yards and was not targeted in the passing game in the team's loss to the Steelers.
Scott is playing sparingly and has just six touches combined over his last three games. Unless there is an injury to Miles Sanders, Scott does not have any value in fantasy.
Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed two times for one yard in the team's Week 4 win over the San Francisco 49ers.
Six different players carried the ball for the Eagles on Sunday, with Miles Sanders and Carson Wentz combining for 20 of the team's 28 rushing attempts. That doesn't leave very many touches for Scott, so his fantasy value remains limited.
Eagles running back Boston Scott rushed three times for five yards and did not catch his only target in a Week 3 tie with the Cincinnati Bengals.
The pass-happy Eagles do not seem to have much of a role for Scott other than to see a handful of carries or targets each week while giving starting running back Miles Sanders a rest, so he has minimal fantasy value unless Sanders gets injured.