Philadelphia Eagles: Studs and duds following a Week 10 loss

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Here are three Philadelphia Eagles that continue to give Birds fans hope.

Stud: Boston Scott, running back

This five-foot-six running back seems to continue to be the Giants kryptonite. Boston Scott didn’t have a big role in Week 10, thanks in large part to the return of Miles Sanders, but when he was on the field, he made his presence known. Scott tallied 109 total yards and one touchdown and continues to help keep this team afloat.

Stud: Richard Rodgers, tight end:

Richard Rodgers continues to be one of this team’s unsung heroes as he continues to come up clutch when the Eagles need him the most. Rodgers had four catches for 60 yards in Week 10.

Rodgers has been a functional tight end in the passing game. He’s been able to weave his way through opposing defenses, and he’s made the contested catches. If Philly can get Goedert going and Rodgers continues on his path, fans might be satisfied with how the tight end unit looks the rest of the way.

Stud: Miles Sanders, running back:

Miles Sanders had a handful of bad plays on Sunday, but he continues to be one of the biggest offensive weapons that this team has. Sanders racked up 95 total yards of offense in Week 10, but his bailout play from a fumbled snap shows how talented the second year running back is. With only 15 rushing attempts, Sanders still boasted a 5.7 yards-per-rush average which still places him at the top of the league in that category. The chemistry in the passing game between 26 and Carson Wentz needs some work though.