Philadelphia Eagles 2022 Fantasy Breakdown

Eagles Futures (Super Bowl +3000, NFC Champion +1400, Division +185)

2021 Record: 9-8

Key Additions / Departures
Signings / ResigningsNotable Draft PicksDepartures
WRAJ BrownLBNakobe DeanOGBrandon Brooks
LBHassan ReddickDTJordan Davis
WRZach PascalCCam Jurgens
WRKyzir WhiteOLSean Rhyan
CBJames BradberryTEGrant Calcaterra
Offensive Depth Charts (with Phantasia Sports ADP Rankings – PPR)
QBJalen HurtsJalen Hurts (64)
RBMiles SandersMiles Sanders (60.8)
WR1DeVonta SmithAJ Brown (27.8)
WR2Quez WatkinsDeVonta Smith (83.4)
WR3Jalen ReagorQuez Watkins (210)
WR4Greg Ward / JJ Arcega-WhitesideZach Pascal (245) / Greg Ward (320) / Jalen Reagor (293)
TEDallas GoedertDallas Goedert (80.2)

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This is Jalen Hurts’ team. The Eagles spent the offseason building around him, acquiring 6’1 220lb  AJ Brown and 6’2 / 219lb Zach Pascal to offer a physical presence and compliment the slim reaper Devonta Smith. Philadelphia has given Hurts (3,144 Yards / 16 TDs /19 Int / 784 Rushing Yards / 10 Rushing TDs) everything he needs to take the next step in regards to fantasy performance. Hurts at this point actually has a higher completion %, YPA, YPG, and Passer Rating than Josh Allen in his first years. Could the “Allen Leap” be next for Hurts? Reports out of camp point to AJ Brown being his favorite receiver, while Dallas Goedert has continued to show the athleticism and route running that should result in a top-8 TE finish.


Miles Sanders, Kenneth Gainwell, and Boston Scott ( to a lesser degree ) form the RBCC in Philadelphia. With a healthy Offensive Line and the emphasis on defense this offseason, the Eagles look to be a team where you would want to have shares of the backfield – but who do you target? Without a clear-cut leader, this will be a spot to monitor closely and buy early. My money is on Miles Sanders (754 Rushing yards / 5.5 YPR / 0 TDs), who is the most explosive of the backs, gets the first look, and is well overdue for TD regression to the mean.


Taking my fandom out and looking at the team from a DFS and fantasy perspective, “The Ugly” for this team is several new additions and in year two of the coaching regime, we are left making educated guesses on usage. Jalen’s mobility detracts from the back upside near the goal line and with having two wide receivers with high draft cost (via picks or trade), we are left waiting to see how this plays on and lose the advantage of a low-risk / buy-early situation. When in doubt, take Hurts and wait to figure the rest out.

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AJ BrownADP 26.3 – Round 2/3
Jalen HurtsADP 62.4 – Round 5/6
DeVonta SmithADP 77 – Round 6/7
Dallas GoedertADP 92.1 – Round 8/9
Miles Sanders/Kenneth Gainwell/Boston Scott*We are not personally interested in touching any of the Eagles running backs.