RB - CAR
Week 13 Outlook
Miles Sanders rushed for 28 yards in 15 carries in the Panthers’ 17-10 loss to the Titans. He did not log a reception on his lone target.
Sanders averaged just 1.9 yards per carry in the loss. This is the fifth time this season the veteran has averaged less than 2.0 yards per carry this season. Sanders will look to bounce back against Tampa Bay in Week 13.
Miles Sanders rushed for 50 yards on 11 carries during the Panthers' 33-10 loss to the Cowboys in Week 11. He also caught his lone target for a two-yard gain through the air.
Sanders and Chuba Hubbard each registered 12 touches on Sunday, suggesting that this backfield will be very evenly split going forward. Unfortunately, a split backfield within a bad offense rarely equates to significant fantasy production. Sanders can be benched in Week 12 versus the Titans.
Miles Sanders lost five yards on two carries and added two receptions for 15 yards in a 16-13 loss to the Bears in Week 10's Thursday night game.
Sanders played behind Chuba Hubbard again and only saw one more touch than No. 3 running back Raheem Blackshear on Thursday night. It has been a rough first season in Carolina for Sanders, who hasn't gone over 43 rushing yards since Week 1. He is safe to drop in all redraft leagues as Hubbard looks to have a firm grip on the starting role moving forward. The Panthers will go up against the Dallas Cowboys at home in Week 11.
Miles Sanders rushed for 39 yards on six attempts in the Panthers' 27-13 loss to the Colts. He also caught three of five targets for an additional 22 yards through the air.
Sanders saw more work Sunday than he did in Week 9, but he was still the clear No. 2 option behind Chuba Hubbard. Look for this backfield dynamic to remain the same next week versus the Bears. Sanders is a low-end fantasy RB3.
Miles Sanders failed to gain a yard on his two carries in the Panthers win over the Texans on Sunday.
Sanders took a backseat to Chuba Hubbard against Houston, who out-touched him 17-2. Things are not looking good for Sanders, who has been inefficient in his touches so far this season after securing a nice contract with Carolina in the offseason. It looks like the Panthers might have found themselves a well-compensated backup.