Thursday, September 1, 2022

Philadelphia Eagles Fantasy Football Projections 2022

Our 2022 Fantasy Football Projections will be viewable by both position and team.

Below you will find our 2022 fantasy football projections for the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Jalen Hurts520.1322.53770.722.3611.96121.4667.77.28326.8
Gardner Minshew49.933.7359.

Jalen Hurts: Hurts threw only 16 touchdowns in 2021, but only one quarterback -- Justin Herbert (12) -- had more QB1 weekly finishes last season than Hurts (11). Hurts was tied for second with Patrick Mahomes, Tom Brady and Josh Allen. His elite rushing upside (10 rushing scores in 2021) matters more than his modest passing numbers, but the trade for A.J. Brown to join Devonta Smith and Dallas Goedert should lead to more prolific passing stats in 2022.


Miles Sanders186.9897.14.2131.2243.71.3162.74
Kenneth Gainwell78.9339.31.9727.4194.1184.86
Boston Scott74325.61.6715.7111.50.966.98
Trey Sermon14.662.10.381.812.40.111.23

Miles Sanders: Sanders has missed at least four games in back-to-back seasons and the hamstring injury that has sidelined him for the past several weeks will give fantasy managers additional pause. Over the past two seasons, however, Sanders has averaged 5.4 yards per carry on 301 rush attempts even though he's been less efficient as a receiver (6.6 Y/R, 62.8% catch rate). As his ADP continues to trend lower, it's creating an opportunity for those that draft/roster Sanders if they are "just being precautious."


A.J. Brown73.41028.46.3000177.34
DeVonta Smith69.8916.95.4000158.99
Quez Watkins29.4365.5200063.25
Zach Pascal25.6313.91.900055.59

A.J. Brown: While he missed four games in 2021, Brown's 105 targets were only one shy of his career high (106, 2020). That said, he posted career lows in receiving yards (869), yards per reception (13.8), yards per target (8.3) and touchdowns (five). Going from one run-centric offense in Tennessee to another in Philadelphia means that he will boost the fantasy value for Jalen Hurts more than the other way around.

DeVonta Smith: Smith had a productive rookie season (64/916/5), but the trade for A.J. Brown limits Smith's upside and potential to make a big second-year leap. Based on talent alone, however, he remains a solid WR3 in fantasy.


Dallas Goedert58.6695.94.2000124.09
Jack Stoll9.6105.30.500018.33
Grant Calcaterra7.176.40.400013.59
Tyree Jackson6.666.10.400012.31

Dallas Goedert: Zach Ertz was traded in October, and Goedert had back-to-back 100-yard games in December. If it weren't for the addition of A.J. Brown, who I project to lead the team in receiving, Goedert would be poised for another big leap forward. Even though he's third in line for targets behind Brown and last year's first-round pick Devonta Smith and Philadelphia led the NFL in rushing play percentage (49.87%) last year, Goedert is a mid-tier TE1 in fantasy.

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