This article is part of our Job Battles series.
This Job Battles article will look at the Philadelphia running backs behind Miles Sanders, the Titans tight ends, and Denver wide receivers.
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Philadelphia Backup Running Backs
Miles Sanders (8.65 NFFC, 11.37 BB10) is unchallenged as Philadelphia's top runner, and his current ADP implies that investors expect him to definitively run away with the production of this backfield. There's still a persisting interest in presumed backup Boston Scott (133.88 NFFC, 127.84 BB10) all the same, as Scott broke out in the final month of the 2019 season, accumulating 82 PPR points in his final four games.
Scott (5-7, 195) was on the prospect radar even before he properly broke out for the Eagles, because he previously generated some hype as a 2018 sixth-round pick of the Saints out of Louisiana Tech. Minimally utilized but highly explosive in college, Scott looked like a potential understudy to Alvin Kamara thanks to his uncommon explosiveness and quickness (4.40 40, 38.5-inch vertical, 121-inch broad jump, 10.82 agility score). The Saints cut him late in his rookie season, though, and he got to work with the Eagles just before the end of the 2018 rookie season.
Scott's abilities seem reliable at this point – we know for certain he