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Tuesday, December 19, 2017, 10:27am
Jay Ajayi’s playing time increased on Sunday for the third consecutive game, proving that Ajayi should be viewed as the Eagles’ top running back.
Ajayi took 35 snaps, which was 51 percent of the offensive plays. After playing fewer than 30 percent of the snaps in his first three games with the Eagles, Ajayi has increased from 41 percent to 47 percent to 51 percent during the last three.
Related players: LeGarrette Blount, Corey Clement
The author believes the numbers will continue to grow right into the postseason. The author backed up his opinion by noting Ajayi is averaging 6.4 yards per carry with the Eagles and has become more of a factor in the passing game. Blount could see more of a role as a change of pace back going forward because of this, but the Eagles also like to use Clement in the run game as well.
Posted by Steve Andress
Friday, February 2, 2018 - 11:20am
Super Bowl vs. New England Patriots
What matters in this different one-game format is not so much how many points we project each player for but how much each player costs per point. In FanDuel's half-point PPR format, here's how we value the running backs in terms of dollar/FanDuel point: Rex Burkhead>Jay Ajayi>Dion Lewis>LeGarrette Blount>Corey Clement>James Develin.
As for DraftKings' full PPR scoring, here's how we value the running backs in terms of dollar/DraftKings point: Jay Ajayi>Rex Burkhead>Dion Lewis>James White>LeGarrette Blount>Corey Clement>James Develin.
2017 Strength of Schedule - PHI
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
2017 Game Stats
|Per game||10.81||47.88||0.13||0.06||4.43||0.50||3.13||0.06||0.50||6.25||6.10||6.60||22.06/70.69||31.70% |