Final update: Sanders finished with 7 carries and 16 yards as the Eagles lost to the Chiefs 38-35. Chiefs K Harrison Butchker kicked a go-ahead field goal with 8 seconds to seal the win.
Halftime update: Sanders has 2 carries for -2 rushing yards so far as the Eagles lead the Chiefs 24-14 at the half. He was on the sideline for a good portion of the first quarter with an undisclosed injury, but soon returned.
Miles Sanders is back on the sideline. #Eagles https://t.co/SgEMdIRQ0X— Jeff Kerr (@JeffKerrCBS) February 13, 2023
He’ll have to hustle to reach his projected 59.5 rushing yards as secondary running backs Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott have gotten more touches.
It’s the Big Game, and the Philadelphia Eagles will take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57. Kickoff from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, AZ is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 12 while airing on FOX.
This is Miles Sanders’ fourth season in the NFL, all of them as a member of the Eagles. Sanders enjoyed career high marks across the board, averaging 74.6 yards per game with 1,269 total rushing yards and 11 rushing touchdowns in the regular season. That success spilled into the playoffs, as Sanders had 42 rushing yards on 11 carries with two touchdowns against the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.
Sanders has several Super Bowl prop bets listed at DraftKings Sportsbook. Here are the most noteworthy options: O/U 59.5 rushing yards, O/U 13.5 rush attempts, +120 anytime touchdown odds.