Eagles’ Miles Sanders activates injured reserve, prepares to play against Saints in Week 11
Eagle run again Miles Sanders was activated on the injured reserve to play in time for Sunday’s game against Saints, NS team announced on Saturday. Sanders has missed the Eagles’ past three games with an ankle injury.
In the Eagles’ first seven games, Sanders dashed 300 meters while averaging 4.8 meters per take. He also caught 19 of 24 targets in 119 yards. With Sanders out, quarterback Jalen Hurts emerged as the Eagles’ top rider with 595 yards and 5 touchdowns while averaging 5.7 yards per take. Rookies Kenneth Gainwell third on the team with 155 yards and three touchdowns on 43 executions. Philadelphia is currently third in NFL with 1,445 folds and a fourth with an average of 5 yards per carry.
Sanders is the 53rd overall pick in the 2019 draft after an impressive career at Penn State. Sanders hit the all-around 1,300 yards as a rookie before plunging into a career-high 867 yards last season. In 35 career games, Sanders has amassed 2,809 all-round yards and 12 touchdowns total.
Philadelphia will face a Saints defense that is number 1 in both the number of yards allowed and the number of yards per time allowed. The unit was led by the linebacker Demario Davis, who leads the Saints in the batting (65), is forced to fumble (four) and is third in the sacks (three).
The Eagles are now 4-6 and 3.5 games behind Cowboys for first place in NFC East. The Saints are 5-4 and a return game of Sugarcane seller for first place in the NFC Men’s division race.
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/eagles-miles-sanders-activated-off-injured-reserve-set-to-play-vs-saints-in-week-11/ Eagles’ Miles Sanders activates injured reserve, prepares to play against Saints in Week 11