Rush for Over 1,000 Yards, 5 TDs
With the lead-running back role solidified for 2020, Miles Sanders should look to take his rushing production to the next level. He already established an impressive foundation as a rookie but there’s room for plenty more.
During the 2019 season, Sanders ended with 818 rushing yards and three touchdowns on 179 attempts. With such a strong level of production per carry, the potential for growth with more attempts is strong.
A few marks Sanders should look to hit next season when it comes to running the football include 1,000 yards and five touchdowns.
It’s clear that Sanders would solidify himself as a rapidly rising star in the running back ranks. The Eagles’ offense would be trending in the right direction as well with the potential to become special in 2021.