Miles Sanders Fantasy Outlook 2020

Miles Sanders Fantasy Outlook 2020

This is the best and realest Miles Sanders fantasy outlook 2020 on the internet. You can take that to the bank. Below you will get an in depth look at how Sanders will perform this year. We will look at every possible angle so that you have all the information you need in determining if you should draft Sanders 2020.

Miles Sanders Fantasy Outlook 2020

Team: Philadelphia Eagles

Height: 5’11

Weight: 211

Age: 23

Year in NFL: Entering his 2nd

Miles Sanders Fantasy ADP & Half PPR Projections for 2020

ADP (Average Draft Position): 15

2020 Projection: 219 carries. 1,110 yards. 7 rush TDs. 71 receptions. 613 yards. 1 receiving TD.

2020 Score Projection: 255

Miles Sanders Fantasy Outlook

Miles Sanders made the 2019 all rookie team and flashed his ability to everyone. A second round pick in 2019, Sanders is creating a name for himself in Philadelphia. 

Standing 5’11 and 211 pounds Sanders is the ideal running back.

He has good speed and athleticism which makes Carson Wentz happy to have him in the same backfield.

Doug Pederson is his own play caller and probably has big plans for Sanders in 2020. The Eagles had a ton of injuries at WR in 2019 and to be honest, Pederson likes to throw the ball.

Pros & Cons

  • Lead Back
  • Good Offensive Fit
  • Pass Happy Offense
  • No Depth On O-line

Pederson has been quoted that he needs to run the ball more but it seems that he forgets that during the heat of the game.

When the Eagles do run, most the time it is out of shotgun which is more of Sanders game.

Sanders had a healthy 4.6 yards per carry average in 2019.

He also will not have to share time with Jordan Howard this year so do not be surprised if this is Sanders breakout year.

Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Line 2020

Projected Starting Line: LT: Andre Dillard, LG: Issac Seumalo, C: Jason Kelce, RG: Jack Driscoll, RT: Lane Johnson

The Eagles took a huge hit this offseason when starting RG Brandon Brooks tore his achilles. He will miss the 2020 season. Brooks is widely regarded as one of the best guards in the NFL. Replacing him should be 4th round pick Jack Driscoll. Driscoll has big shoes to fill in his first NFL season.

Andre Dillard was a first round pick in 2019. He only started 4 games last season but the Eagles expect him to blossom into a good player.

Center Jason Kelce is one of the best at his position. He also provides tremendous leadership.

Right tackle Lane Johnson is as good as it gets. Expect him to continue his pro bowl status.

Issac Seumalo has played for the Eagles his entire career. He has made 32 starts in his 5 seasons. Before last season started they extended him on a three year contract good thru 2021.

The Eagles have invested a lot in this unit. It is a good one and even with the loss of Brooks, expect this group to continue being a strength on this team.

Miles Sanders Strength of Schedule

The Eagles have a gauntlet weeks 4-6. They will travel to San Francisco and Pittsburgh before hosting the Ravens. All 3 finished in the top 10 during 2019 for total defense. Other than that stretch, the only other top 10 defense the Eagles play is the Cowboys. However they will play their division rival twice.

The Eagles have 4 primetime games which is good and makes watching Miles Sanders even more exciting.

Week 9 is a perfect bye.

Miles Sanders Fantasy Playoff Schedule

Week 14 and 15 could be shootouts against New Orleans and Arizona. Week 16 is at Dallas which is always a heavyweight bout. Week 17 the Eagles host the Redskins. Good matchups.

Miles Sanders Injury History

Sanders suffered an ankle injury in the regular season finale against the Giants. He left the game but did play the next week in the playoffs. 

Miles Sanders Skillset

Home Run Ability: B+. Sanders is very capable of taking it to the house.

Playmaking Ability: B+. Athleticism is Miles Sanders middle name. Defenders better be ready to play against him.

Is Miles Sanders a Good Fantasy Pick?

Yes. Miles Sanders could be a superstar in his sophomore season.


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