Scott started to see significant run late in the season, compiling 70 touches (including 26 catches) in the last five games, including the Eagles’ lone playoff game. His numbers were boosted by the 23 touches he saw in Week 17 after Sanders left the game with an ankle injury. Ignoring that game, he still had a 9- to 16-touch role as the backup to Sanders. The Eagles have been rumored to be in the market for a veteran running back (LeSean McCoy?), so any signing could submarine Scott’s sneaky value.