Philadelphia Eagles Depth Chart
- NFC East
- Lincoln Financial Field
- Head Coach
- Nick Sirianni
- Offensive Coordinator
- Shane Steichen
- Defensive Coordinator
- Jonathan Gannon
- Special Teams Coach
- Michael Clay
- Defensive Scheme
The Philadelphia Eagles defense will face the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. Philadelphia has kept opposing offenses to 17 or fewer points scored in all but two games this season and averages three sacks and 1.9 turnovers per game. The Packers' offense has struggled to score this season, ranking 24th in total points scored, and is tied for the fifth-most turnovers. Green Bay has been banged up at the receiver position, but the only one they are slated to miss on Sunday is rookie Romeo Doubs (ankle). Green Bay is fighting for their playoff lives this week, so they will put up a fight, but overall the Eagles' defense is slated to have a solid fantasy performance in Week 12. They should be considered a top-12 fantasy option.
Philadelphia Eagles kicker Jake Elliott will face the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. The 27-year-old has made just one field goal over the course of the past four games but has averaged 3.3 extra-point conversions. It gives Elliott a stable fantasy scoring floor but little upside. When Philadelphia gets into scoring range, they normally score a touchdown. Green Bay ranks middle of the pack against fantasy kickers, but unless the Eagles allow Elliott to attempt a field goal, he will likely end the night with a handful of fantasy points. The sixth-year kicker can be considered a boom or bust streaming option in Week 12, but there are likely better options to turn to on the waiver wire with no teams on bye this week.
Philadelphia Eagles tight end Jack Stoll will face the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. The 24-year-old has taken over for Dallas Goedert (shoulder), who was placed on Injured Reserve. However, he has not been the fantasy force that Goedert was as the Eagles' top tight end. Stoll has caught just one pass in each of the past three games and has failed to top 13 yards. Grant Calcaterra has rotated into the TE1 role, putting both players off the fantasy radar. The targets that once went to Goedert have been spread to wide receivers, DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins. Unless Stoll can carve out a larger role in the offense, he can safely be left on the waiver wire and should not be considered a viable fantasy option in Week 12 against Green Bay.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeVonta Smith will face the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. The 24-year-old has finished just outside the top 24 in Half-PPR formats the past two weeks, tallying 17 targets, 117 yards, and a score. The absence of tight end Dallas Goedert (shoulder) has led to an increased target share for Smith, and he should be heavily involved again on Sunday night, with teammate A.J. Brown (illness) potentially playing at less than 100%. The Packers' defense allows the 12th-fewest fantasy points per game to the wide receiver position, but star corner Jaire Alexander will likely cover Brown for the majority of the contest. With the potential to see 10-plus targets, the second-year receiver should be viewed as a borderline WR2 in Week 12.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (illness) will face the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night. He does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's game and is slated to start. The Eagles' leading receiver has struggled the past two weeks, working through a slight ankle injury in Week 10 that he suffered on his only catch of the game. Brown caught five passes for 60 yards last week but finished outside the top 45 in Half-PPR leagues. During the Eagles' press conference, Brown was still visibly ill but has another day to recover and be as close to 100% as possible before Sunday. The Packers' defense allows the 12th-fewest fantasy points per game to the wide receiver position, and star corner Jaire Alexander could cover the 25-year-old often. However, Brown should still be considered a fringe WR1 due to his ability to find the end zone.