In short, the Eagles don't see Scott's late-season productivity as an anomaly and believe he's competing for an even greater role on offense. While there's no reason to downgrade sophomore runner Miles Sanders on the news, there's plenty of reasons to upgrade Scott's. While his rushing numbers did stand out over that four game stretch, Scott's true value came as a receiver when he secured 23-of-25 receptions over those same four games. He didn't find the end zone as a receiver but his dynamic wasn't missed. As DLF's RB61 and currently sporting an ADP of 175, there's plenty of upside ceiling sleeper status here. Scott is only 25 years old.