The Eagles’ Sanders has 1,000 yards in his sights


Much of the focus on Sunday will be on two-time Pro Bowl Derrick Henry for the Tennessee Titans, who certainly deserves attention. Henry has already rushed for 1,048 yards and 10 touchdowns this season. Not so useless.

But let’s not forget Miles Sanders, who is in the middle of his best season yet with the Eagles. Sanders has rushed for 900 yards and eight touchdowns, but his most impressive stat may be this: zero fumbles. Hanging onto the ball has been a problem in the past for Sanders, who is in the final year of his contract (and looking to get paid).

Sanders said, “It’s been a long time coming, man.” “This is my fourth year in the league, and this will be the first time I’m gaining 1,000 yards. It’ll mean a lot. I just have to get there first. I’m only 100 yards away, but I have to get there first.” ” ,

This game could be a good test for the Eagles’ troubled running offense. The Titans’ run defense ranked third in the league, allowing only 84.5 rushing yards per game.

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The Eagles will have their first round pick, of course, and it suits the strengths of the 2023 draft class well. The deepest position in this class is edge rusher, a position the Eagles deserve. EJ Smith explores the draft prospects.

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