Nick FolesFoles started just 11 games for the Eagles, and thanks to a 7 TD day in Oakland, finished the season with 27 touchdowns to just 2 interceptions. While his numbers were great and translated nicely to fantasy football, in less than half of his appearances did he complete 20 passes or pass for more than 250 yards. But in fantasy the most important thing is scoring touchdowns. More valuable in Non-PPR leagues. We ranked him 7th in our QB Rankings.
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LeSean McCoyShady is one of the top 3 RBs in the NFL. McCoy flourished in Chip Kelly's offense, rushing for 1,607 yards, catching 52 passes for another 539 yards and scored 11 touchdowns. Equal value in all league formats. We ranked him 2nd in our RB rankings.
Darren SprolesThe Eagles traded for Sproles this Winter, and he is a perfect fit in the Eagles offense. The biggest question will be how he affects McCoy's value. More valuable in PPR leagues. We ranked him 36th in our RB rankings.
We ranked him 37th in our WR Rankings.
5 of his 8 touchdowns last year came in back to back weeks. 8 TDs is still 8 TDs, but that doesn't make him a valuable, consistent fantasy option. He also only totaled 47 receptions, catching 5 or more passes in just 2 games. The addition of Sproles replaces DJax targets and Maclin just makes it more difficult for Cooper to play a bigger role this season. More valuable in Non-PPR leagues. We ranked him 38th in our WR Rankings.
A sleeper, rookie WR on the Eagles roster goes by the name of Jordan Matthews!
Fantasy Football Outlook
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