Philly.com's Jimmy Kempski had the 411 from Eagles camp on Sunday:
"Eagles running backs are dominating in the passing game in camp so far. Nobody can cover them, and they're racking up an absurd number of receptions. The question then becomes, are they dominating because they're just really good, or because the Eagles' linebackers don't have the ability to stick with them? It's probably a combination of both."
Darren Sproles is one of the league's best receivers at running back. LeSean McCoy is no slouch himself, and Chris Polk showed last year that he can contribute in that area if needed.
Sproles is the odds-on favorite to see the most targets out of this backfield since 55 percent of his touches since 2010 have come as a receiver. That might lead to fewer catches for McCoy, but he should top at least 40 or so. You know he is one of the best players in the fantasy game. Although the Eagles are stressing that Sproles is more than just a pass-catcher, he is an RB3 or flex in PPR leagues. Polk is the more natural handcuff to McCoy.