2. Sanders could finish with more than 2,000 scrimmage yards
Predicting someone like Sanders entering their second season in the league to record more than 2,000 scrimmage yards may sound like too bold of a prediction, but also possible if the opportunity is there.
If Sanders was able to finish his rookie season with the kind of numbers that he did, just imagine what the second-year running back could accomplish now that Philadelphia views him as their top running back on offense.
As long as Sanders manages to stay healthy for the entire year, the Eagles are going to do everything in their power to feed him the football as much as possible on offense, whether it happens to be as a running back or wide receiver.
Either way, as long as Sanders gets the football in his hands, the running back should have little trouble moving the football downfield to put Philadelphia in the best position possible on drives to find the end zone.
Once again, it’s never easy for any running back to finish with this many scrimmage yards at the NFL level, but this shows the kind of potential surrounding Sanders and how the best has yet to come for the Eagles on offense with their young star.