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#24 Ryan Mathews, RB    Fantasy Football Injury Status   Probable - Ankle
Philadelphia Eagles
Height 6' 0"
Weight 220 lbs
Age 28
Birthdate October 10th 1987
College Fresno State
Year 2010
Round 1   Pick 12
Season Statistics
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
YEARGPATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTD
2010121576757221450
20111422210916504550
2012121847071392520
20131628512556261891
201467433039690
2015131085397201461
20163331093130
2016 Fantasy Points by Week
Recent Games
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
WeekATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTDPTS
12277100013
2932213015
32000000
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the RB position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Week 3 Projections
Going from 22 carries in Week 2 to 9 in Week 3 is very concerning. But, he's still the only running back on the Eagles you can trust at this time. He's a RB2 but his goal line work creates upside that can push him up into RB1 territory some weeks.
Rushing: 41 Yards, 1 TD.
Receiving: 2 Receptions, 14 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
See if this sounds familiar: Ryan Mathews is the lead running back for a team with an enigmatic quarterback, an incredibly young, and unproven WR corps, an aging but still effective tight end, and an undersized backfield running mate who specializes in catching the ball and being the most elusive player on the field. Perhaps the only part of this scenario that doesn't seem like deja vu is the glaring fact that the city of Philadelphia will never be mistaken for San Diego. So if you've seen this before, and have a bit of hesitance in trusting your 2016 fantasy hopes with Ryan Mathews, it makes sense. But maybe, just maybe, this is the year that Mathews stays healthy and shows owners just what he can do with a full 16-game slate. He did, after all, run circles around last year's starter, DeMarco Murray, averaging five yards per carry on just 106 rushes, while also adding 20 catches for 146 yards. These numbers also occurred while the roof was caving in on the Chip Kelly regime, which may be a testament to the potential Mathews still has in the league. Fantasy owners can play it safe and view Mathews as no more than an RB3, but those who watched him last year know that he has high-RB2 potential and can be had at a cheap price come draft day. Just. Stay. Healthy. He'll also need to dispel head coach Doug Pederson's notion that this is a committed backfield by putting some distance between himself, Darren Sproles and rookie Wendell Smallwood.

Rushing: 427 Yards, 9 TD.
Receiving: 21 Receptions, 148 Yards, 1 TD.

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Injury Report
Week 1 - Probable - Ankle

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