The Philadelphia Eagles have used a running back-by-committee approach throughout the Doug Pederson era. But Miles Sanders became the primary running back and helped carry the Eagles to the NFC East title, allowing Philadelphia to move on from Jordan Howard and make the 2019 second-round pick the primary ball carrier.
"I'm excited about Miles. I'm excited about him handling the full load. I don't see Miles as a guy that you have to monitor his touches," running back coach Duce Staley said (via the Eagles website). "I think you put him in, and you let him go."
The Eagles have used a committee approach over the years, including their Super Bowl win in 2017. Sanders finished eighth in the NFL in all-purpose yards (1,641) and recorded six touchdowns in his rookie season last year and pretty much took over the job with Howard injured. This is something to take note of as Sanders has proved to be a dual threat out of the backfield.