Miles Sanders

Miles Sanders Fantasy

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6 26th
2019
818 20th
2019
32.8 5th
2019
2.0 15th
2019
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Height / Weight
5'11" / 211 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
May 1, 1997 (23)
Experience
2nd Season
Drafted
2019 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 53 (PHI)
College
Penn State

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Miles Sanders News

Miles Sanders "Ready To Carry The Load"

Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders continues to see his fantasy stock rise heading into the 2020 campaign. In a recent interview with a local radio station, head coach Doug Pederson acknowledged the sophomore back's talent while also stating that he is the team's "No. 1" and "ready to carry the load." While there was little doubt regarding his enhanced role with the club moving forward, it does reaffirm his potential to exceed his current ADP expectations this season.

Jun. 24th • 9:40 PM
Eagles Comfortable With Miles Sanders, Other Backs

Philadelphia Eagles running backMiles Sandersis expected to fly off fantasy draft boards relatively quickly heading into the year, primarily since the team will likely rely on him to serve as the workhorse. The organization is also reportedly comfortable with the other backs on the roster as well, withBoston ScottandCorey Clementexpected to come in for relief during the year. Sanders finished his rookie season with an acceptable 818 yards on the ground to go along with three rushing touchdowns. He also added 50 catches for 509 yards and three additional scores as a receiver. If the 23-year-old exceeds the 179 carries he received during his inaugural season, he has the potential to surpass his ADP expectations to finish as a top fantasy back in 2020.

Jun. 15th • 9:09 PM
Miles Sanders To Shine As A Three-Down Back?

Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders has his sights set on being named the MVP in 2020 while also maintaining confidence that he can serve as an effective three-down back for the team. Despite splitting time with Jordan Howard and Boston Scott last season, the sophomore back still finished with a respectable 818 yards and three rushing touchdowns off of 179 attempts. He also added 50 receptions for 509 yards and three additional trips to the end zone. With Howard no longer in the mix, the 2019 second-round pick has a chance to thrive as both a runner and a pass-catcher, making him a desirable selection in all formats, especially in PPR leagues.

Jun. 1st • 11:31 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Carson Wentz
Jalen Hurts
RB Miles Sanders
Boston Scott
LWR DeSean Jackson
Marquise Goodwin
RWR Alshon Jeffery
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
SWR Jalen Reagor
Greg Ward
TE Zach Ertz
Dallas Goedert
LT Andre Dillard
Prince Tega Wanogho
LG Isaac Seumalo
Matt Pryor
C Jason Kelce
Nate Herbig
RG Brandon Brooks
Jack Driscoll
RT Lane Johnson
Jordan Mailata
RDE Derek Barnett
Genard Avery
RDT Javon Hargrave
Malik Jackson
LDT Fletcher Cox
Hassan Ridgeway
LDE Brandon Graham
Josh Sweat
LOLB Nathan Gerry
Jatavis Brown
MLB T.J. Edwards
Shaun Bradley
ROLB Duke Riley
Davion Taylor
RCB Avonte Maddox
Sidney Jones
FS Rodney McLeod
Marcus Epps
SS Jalen Mills
Will Parks
LCB Darius Slay
Rasul Douglas
SCB Nickell Robey-Coleman
Cre'Von LeBlanc
K Jake Elliott