RB - PHI
Week 13 Outlook
Eagles RB D'Andre Swift (ankle) practiced in full Thursday.
One day after being listed as limited in Wednesday’s walkthrough, Swift was able to put himself in a position to go into the weekend without any injury designation. The 24-year-old appears on track to play in a pivotal Week 13 matchup with the 49ers.
D'Andre Swift was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday.
Swift and the Eagles draw a very tough matchup on Sunday against the 49ers. Swift should remain in the lead role, but he will carry a little more risk this week for fantasy managers.
D'Andre Swift rushed the ball 14 times for 80 yards and caught one pass for four yards in Sunday's 37-34 overtime victory over the Buffalo Bills.
Swift had a strong impact in the game in real life, ending the day with a team-high 80 rushing yards at an efficient clip of 5.7 yards per carry. His production didn't translate into fantasy success very well, however, due to the fact that he only had one reception on the day and wasn't able to get in the end zone. He's going to continue to be a strong fantasy option moving forward, but it's clear that his upside will be somewhat capped with Jalen Hurts and Kenneth Gainwell taking work away from him.
Eagles RB D'Andre Swift (ankle) practiced in full Friday and is good to go for Week 12.
Swift was able to avoid the final injury report and will suit up against the Bills Sunday. Fantasy managers can continue to start Swift with confidence as he remains the starter in a strong Eagles’ offense.
D'Andre Swift rushed for 76 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries in the Eagles 21-17 win over the Chiefs. He also caught 3-of-3 targets for an additional 31 yards through the air.
Swift was able to find some success on the ground, ripping off a number of big runs. He was also able to get the Eagles on the board early, ripping off back-to-back runs with the second one finishing in the end zone. Swift remains far and away the lead back in the Eagles backfield with Boston Scott seeing two carries and Kenneth Gainwell seeing one carry.