RB - PHI
Week 14 Outlook
Boston Scott rushed the ball once for one yards and caught one pass for 27 yards in Philadelphia's 42-19 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
Scott was rather uninvolved on Sunday, touching the ball just twice in a rough loss to the 49ers. He was able to take his lone catch and turn it into nearly a 30-yard gain, but that wasn't enough to leave him with any relevant fantasy points. He should remain off of rosters in almost every fantasy league format for the foreseeable future.
Eagles RB Boston Scott is officially inactive for a Week 9 matchup with the Cowboys.
Scott (personal reasons) will miss his first game of the season. In his absence, Rashaad Penny will be active and should see time as the third running back behind D’Andre Swift and Kenneth Gainwell.
Eagles RB Boston Scott (concussion) practiced in full Thursday.
Scott has now logged consecutive full practice sessions after missing Week 3 with a concussion. If he is able to play in Week 4, he should operate as the RB3 in the Eagles’ offense.
Boston Scott (concussion) practiced in a full capacity on Wednesday.
A concussion left Scott out for Philadelphia's game in Week 3. He was able to practice without limitations on Wednesday, however, and he seems to be heavily trending towards playing on Sunday. His return could possibly lead to Rashaad Penny possibly being a healthy scratch again, like he was in Week 1 when all the other RB's were healthy in this backfield.
Boston Scott (concussion) won't play in Monday's game against the Buccaneers.
Scott will miss Philadelphia's game on Monday as he continues to recover from a concussion. Chances are that he will be ready to go for next week's game, but for now, he will remain sidelined. Rashaad Penny may get more work as the third-string RB in this backfield in his absence.