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DateTradedTraded For
10/28/2016Golden Tate, WR DET
Darren Sproles, RB PHI
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Julio Jones, WR ATL
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Eagles' Darren Sproles: Five touches against Vikings

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(10/24/16) Sproles rushed three times for 26 yards and caught two passes (on three targets) for 23 receiving yards Sunday against the Vikings.

Sproles has been given more than five carries just once this season, even though his 4.6 yards per rush probably warrants more usage as starter Ryan Mathews' alternative. With just one touchdown as well, Sproles has been tough to rely on thus far, but he at least played as many offensive snaps (26 of 58) as Mathews on Sunday, evidencing he's still an important member of Philadelphia's offense.

Eagles' Darren Sproles: Logs 44 percent of offensive snaps Sunday

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(10/17/16) Sproles logged 23 of the Eagles' 52 offensive snaps during Sunday's defeat at Washington.

Rushing four times for 20 yards and hauling in a season-low one catch (on his only target) for four yards, Sproles was behind starting running back Ryan Mathews in touches (nine) but led the backfield in snaps (11 for Mathews and 10 for Wendell Smallwood). Even deep reserve Kenjon Barner handled eight snaps, so a timeshare continues to reign among Eagles running backs. If the preceding remains the status quo, Sproles may be a PPR option, at best, moving forward.

Eagles' Darren Sproles: Leading rusher in loss to Lions

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(10/9/16) Sproles carried five times for 45 yards and caught all four targets for an additional 23 yards in Sunday's 24-23 loss to the Lions.

Sproles actually led the team in rushing yardage despite his limited number of carries, but he failed to make a significant contribution in the passing game as he managed just 5.8 yards per catch. His workload Sunday was in line with the 9.5 touches he averages for the season, so Sproles will need to generate more as a receiver in order to produce useful fantasy performances moving forward. He will have the opportunity to do so next week versus the Redskins.

Eagles' Darren Sproles: 14 touches in Week 2 win

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(9/19/16) Sproles rushed 12 times for 40 yards and caught two passes (on two targets) for eight yards in Monday night's win over the Bears.

Sproles led the Eagles with 12 carries, topping teammate Ryan Mathews' mark of nine Monday. Although Mathews' total included two totes that he took for short touchdowns, Sproles also got a couple goal line calls, but couldn't punch the ball in. On the whole, Sproles couldn't find much room to run Monday, but after getting just seven touches in Week 1, the fact that he doubled that in Philadelphia's second game seems encouraging ahead of Sunday's in-state meeting with the Steelers.

Eagles' Darren Sproles: Draws five targets in regular season opener

by RotoWire Staff | Special to
(9/12/16) Sproles carried five times for 12 yards to go along with two receptions for 24 yards in the Eagles' 29-10 victory over the Browns on Sunday.

Sproles was expected to assume a complementary role to RB Ryan Mathews to open the season. While that appears to be the case on the surface, the team's distribution of snaps suggests otherwise; Sproles saw 38-of-77 snaps compared to Mathews' 37. The near dead-even split didn't translate to equivalent rushing production, though, as Mathews logged 22 carries of his own. However, Mathews meanwhile wasn't involved in the passing game whatsoever, while Sproles garnered five targets. Overall, each tailback's one-dimensional role figures to continue moving forward, ultimately limiting the fantasy upside of both.

Game Log
9/7JACW 34-17No11716.54914143.5800000
9/15@INDW 30-27No4266.5191715221.75700000
9/21WASW 37-34No22010.018033010.02201000
9/28@SFL 21-26No144.040221.0600000
Total  0181216.74921619812.45701000
10/5STLW 34-28No7517.3250000000000
10/12NYGW 27-0No7395.6151000001000
10/26@ARIL 20-24NoDid Not Play
Total  014906.425100---001000
11/2@HOUW 31-21No3175.77044611.52400000
11/10CARW 45-21No188.08111313.01300000
11/16@GBL 20-53No22110.513022311.51600000
11/23TENW 43-24No6254.21313144.71000000
11/27@DALW 33-10No11313.01303196.3900000
Total  013846.5132131158.82400000
12/7SEAL 14-24No40060000001100
12/14DALL 27-38No351.731284.01101100
12/20@WASL 24-27No4246.01206437.21800000
12/28@NYGW 34-26No155.0503237.71000000
Yearly TotalRushingReceivingFumbles
2005San Diego Chargers1508506.321012
2006San Diego Chargers0000---0000
2007San Diego Chargers150371644.434216
2008San Diego Chargers160613305.4371315
2009San Diego Chargers162933433.7213215
2010San Diego Chargers163502675.3340310
2011New Orleans Saints164876036.9362727
2012New Orleans Saints136482445.147129
2013New Orleans Saints154532204.2382111
2014Philadelphia Eagles150573295.8496218
2015Philadelphia Eagles164833173.8273121
2016Philadelphia Eagles61311424.617007
2005San Diego Chargers1503103.360000
2006San Diego Chargers0000---00000
2007San Diego Chargers15010313.1140003
2008San Diego Chargers1602934211.86655114
2009San Diego Chargers1624549711.08147220
2010San Diego Chargers163595208.85723225
2011New Orleans Saints164867108.33977035
2012New Orleans Saints136756678.94477129
2013New Orleans Saints154716048.54827124
2014Philadelphia Eagles150403879.75704217
2015Philadelphia Eagles164553887.13512019
2016Philadelphia Eagles611721012.4731227
Kick Returns
2005San Diego Chargers1563152824.35806
2006San Diego Chargers000---000
2007San Diego Chargers1537100827.28915
2008San Diego Chargers1653137626.010316
2009San Diego Chargers1654130024.16605
2010San Diego Chargers1651125724.64502
2011New Orleans Saints1640108927.29202
2012New Orleans Saints131848326.84801
2013New Orleans Saints151225521.33200
2014Philadelphia Eagles1511515.01500
2015Philadelphia Eagles1612020.02000
2016Philadelphia Eagles611919.01900
Punt Returns
YearTeamGRetFCRet YdsAvgLgTD20+
2005San Diego Chargers151851086.02301
2006San Diego Chargers0000---000
2007San Diego Chargers152422299.54514
2008San Diego Chargers16221224911.34304
2009San Diego Chargers1626121837.07711
2010San Diego Chargers1624111666.91600
2011New Orleans Saints16291929410.17215
2012New Orleans Saints1323141838.03703
2013New Orleans Saints1529211946.72802
2014Philadelphia Eagles15391650613.08226
2015Philadelphia Eagles16381844611.78924
2016Philadelphia Eagles610511211.24001
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2005San Diego Chargers1500.000000.0000
2006San Diego Chargers000.000000.0000
2007San Diego Chargers1500.000000.0000
2008San Diego Chargers1600.000000.0000
2009San Diego Chargers1611.000000.0000
2010San Diego Chargers1611.000000.0000
2011New Orleans Saints1611.000000.0000
2012New Orleans Saints1300.000000.0000
2013New Orleans Saints1511.000000.0000
2014Philadelphia Eagles1511.000000.0000
2015Philadelphia Eagles1622.000000.0000
2016Philadelphia Eagles600.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2005San Diego Chargers1532010010
2006San Diego Chargers000000000
2007San Diego Chargers1510000000
2008San Diego Chargers1632010-210
2009San Diego Chargers1631010010
2010San Diego Chargers1633000000
2011New Orleans Saints1600000000
2012New Orleans Saints1300000000
2013New Orleans Saints1522000000
2014Philadelphia Eagles1541020020
2015Philadelphia Eagles1620010010
2016Philadelphia Eagles600020020
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