RB has run well, scored four times in last two games
Doug Pederson said Jordan Howard will get a higher percentage of the carries moving forward. (NBC Sports Philadelphia)
Nerdy Football Analysis: Howard has amassed 177 total yards and four touchdowns on 31 touches over the last two games, while Miles Sanders has accumulated 126 yards and no scores on his 24 touches. In reality, this just opens a buy-low window – especially in dynasty formats – for Sanders, who has significantly more upside but has struggled to commit to hitting the hole despite flashing in a big way as a receiver. Howard has a difficult Week 6 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings, making him a low-end RB2 at best in that contest.