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Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field | Coach: Doug Pederson
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense13th119.3 (10th)250.3 (17th)
Defense4th71.0 (2nd)203.3 (8th)

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Eagles' Rodney McLeod: Intercepts second pass of 2016 on Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McLeod picked off a pass and recorded five tackles Sunday against the Steelers.

Although the Eagles' secondary was much maligned coming into the season, McLeod has now intercepted passes in two of three games to start the season. In addition, he's recorded between four and five tackles in each contest this year. After four years with the Rams, he's already tied his career-high with the two interceptions, and he just about on pace to reach the 82 tackles he posted last year.

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Eagles' Caleb Sturgis: Nails two field goals in Week 3
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Sturgis converted both of his field goal attempts and all four of his PATs in the Eagles' 34-3 demolition of the Steelers on Sunday.

Sturgis is now tied for the third in the league in field goals and tied for first in converted PATs. The Eagles are rolling behind rookie QB Carson Wentz, but face a bye in Week 4. However, if Philly can carry its early-season momentum into a Week 5 matchup against the Lions, Sturgis projects to be in line for another solid outing.

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Eagles' Trey Burton: Hauls in two passes in Week 3
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Burton hauled in two of six passes for 19 yards during Sunday's win against the Steelers.

Inactive in Week 1, Burton has taken on an increased role the past two games in Zach Ertz's (rib) absence, totaling seven catches (on 13 targets) for 68 yards and one touchdown during that stretch. The Eagles' bye week has arrived, though, and head coach Doug Pederson told NJ.com on Monday that he expects Ertz to be available in their next contest at Detroit on Oct. 9. If Ertz is indeed cleared to suit up, Burton could again find himself on the inactive list.

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Eagles' Kenjon Barner: Compiles touchdown in Week 3
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Barner compiled eight carries for 42 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's win versus the Steelers.

Barner has 26 offensive snaps through three games, yet he has a remarkably high carry-to-snap ratio, considering he's received 14 rushes for 86 yards on the season. The increase in O-snaps from six in Week 1 to 12 on Sunday was likely the result of Ryan Mathews' own downward trend due to ankle stiffness, which allowed Wendell Smallwood and Darren Sproles to pick up 24 apiece this past weekend. When healthy, Mathews should handle most of the work out of the Eagles' backfield, and a bye awaits, giving him ample time to recover for the team's next contest in Week 5. If the ailment lingers, though, Sunday's development indicates Barner will otherwise be a part of the offense in some way, shape, or form.

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Eagles' Dorial Green-Beckham: Earns season-best snap count Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Green-Beckham earned a season-best 49 percent (32 of 65) of the offensive snaps during Sunday's victory against the Steelers.

The workload follows 32.5 percent of those snaps in the season opener and 46 percent in Week 2. Subsequently, Green-Beckham posted his most productive outing of the campaign -- three catches (on four targets) for 33 yards -- displaying his increased comfort within the offense. He's ahead of Josh Huff (40 percent on Sunday) in the wideout pecking order at this point, but Jordan Matthews, Nelson Agholor, and Darren Sproles remain Carson Wentz's top-3 receiving options, while Zach Ertz (rib) may return for the Eagles' next game in Week 5.

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