Miles Sanders, Boston Scott, Corey Clement
Sanders had a solid rookie season, averaging 4.6 yards per rush. He led the Eagles in both the number of rushes and rushing yards while adding 50 receptions and 500 receiving yards to the mix. He will likely improve on these numbers in 2020 and should eclipse 1,000 yards if he can remain healthy.
So, why with all this optimism, are the Eagles on the outside looking in when it comes to divisional running back rankings? The answer is depth.
While Sanders may individually have a better year than any of the running backs toting the rock for the team ahead of Philadelphia, his backups do not incite the same confidence in what their seasons will look like this year.
Neither Boston Scott, nor Corey Clement has any proven track record of success in the league. Neither has a ton of potential either. With Sanders as the main option, you would be well suited to have someone who can be relied upon to produce. For that reason, the Eagles just miss out on earning points for this position.