RB - PHI
Week 13 Outlook
Miles Sanders rushed 21 times for 143 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's win over the Packers. He also caught all three of his targets for 17 yards.
The 143 yards are a new career-high for Sanders, and the 17 carries are his most in a game since Week 9. The three targets are more than the young RB received in his previous four games combined. Playing in an offense with a QB like Jalen Hurts, who can carry the ball on his own, can sometimes cost the RB some touchdowns, but Sanders now has eight touchdowns through 11 games.
Miles Sanders carried the ball 13 times for just 47 yards on Sunday, adding a one-yard reception in the Eagles' 17-16 victory over the Colts.
Sanders struggled to find running room against an amped up Indy front-seven, and he managed just 3.6 YPC. Sanders has taken a slight step back over the past two weeks after scoring in the previous three. His production comes entirely from his rushing ability, as he has caught just two passes over the past five weeks combined. Sanders will look to rebound against Green Bay on Sunday Night Football in Week 12.
Miles Sanders rushed for 54 yards on 12 carries and did not catch his lone target in Monday night's loss to the Commanders.
Sanders received just one carry in the first half on Monday, as the Eagles leaned on the passing game. The Philadelphia offense was also scarcely on the field in this one, as Washington had the ball for more than 40 minutes. Sanders hasn't caught a pass since Week 6 against the Cowboys and has received at least 20 touches just twice this season, but he had scored touchdowns in three consecutive games coming into Monday.
Miles Sanders tallied 93 rushing yards and one touchdown on 17 carries in a win over Houston.
Sanders has now found the end zone in three consecutive games. Although he is not a factor in the passing game, Sanders does rank in the top five in rushing attempts this season. The 25-year-old's success should continue in Week 10 when the Eagles take on the Commanders.
Miles Sanders rushed just nine times in Sunday's win over the Steelers, but he turned those nine carries into 78 yards and a touchdown. He was not targeted in the passing game.
With the Eagles attacking the Steelers down the field on Sunday, Sanders was not a big part of the offensive gameplan despite averaging 8.7 yards per carry. He salvaged his day with a touchdown, but this was the first time this season he received fewer than 13 carries in a game. It is also worth noting, however, that the Eagles rested their starters for much of the fourth quarter.
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