1. Philadelphia Eagles fans already know that he can perform at an NFL level.
Last season was enough evidence to prove that Sanders can meet the demands of the quality of play that is expected in the NFL. The rookie back produced 818 rushing yards and three touchdowns on only 179 carries, all while adding 509 receiving yards and three touchdowns on 50 receptions.
Keep in mind the fact that much of his rookie campaign was spent with him playing in a complementary role to Jordan Howard for much of the regular season.
With more opportunities expected in 2020, Sanders is primed to exceed 2,000 yards from scrimmage. His rookie season proved he can produce at a high level, and being a primary back that gets around 20 or more touches per game will give him plenty of chances to shine in Philly’s offense.
The staff knows how to use him and expound on his talents, and with the addition of a few important hires, the playbook should help prime the young man for a breakout season.