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Philadelphia Eagles

Stadium: Lincoln Financial Field | Coach: Chip Kelly
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense9th116.0 (14th)262.3 (7th)
Defense24th124.3 (23rd)256.5 (22nd)

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Sun, October 26, 4:05 PM EDT
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Philadelphia Eagles
Arizona Cardinals


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Eagles G Evan Mathis practices for first time since opener
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Eagles All-Pro guard Evan Mathis practiced Wednesday for the first time since injuring his knee in the season opener, according to the team's website. Because he was placed on short-term IR, Mathis is not eligible to play until Week 10.

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Eagles RB Chris Polk practicing in full
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Eagles running back Chris Polk practiced fully Wednesday despite his hamstring injury and is on track to play Sunday at Arizona. If Darren Sproles (knee) can't play, Polk would back up starter LeSean McCoy.

Polk has no carries in four games played this year.

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Darren Sproles limited in Wednesday's practice
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

The Eagles listed running back Darren Sproles as a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. He's trying to come back from a sprained MCL in time for Sunday's game at Arizona.

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Report: Darren Sproles 'appears likely to play'
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Eagles running back Darren Sproles "appears likely to play" Sunday at Arizona after suffering a sprained MCL in Week 6, reports CSNPhilly.com. Sproles rested over the bye and returned to a limited practice Tuesday.

"The way I'm feeling, yeah," Sproles answered when asked if he'd play Sunday. But the real test will come Wednesday and Thursday at practice, when the Eagles will do more than the light session they had Tuesday.

Sproles was in full pads at the start of Wednesday's practice.

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LeSean McCoy should see bigger role if Darren Sproles is out
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

With Darren Sproles likely out for Week 8 against the Cardinals, how will the Eagles fill the hole in their offense this Sunday?  

Chris Polk is the third running back on the depth chart, but he might not have the skills to fill in for Sproles. He has just four career receptions in the NFL, and wasn't much of a pass-catcher in college, with a career-high of 31 catches as a senior. And, of course, he is dealing with his own injury issues, with a hamstring that may still keep him sidelined Sunday.

Of course, the Eagles already have a pretty fantastic option to catch passes out of the backfield in LeSean McCoy. McCoy has taken a step back as a pass-catcher this season, with just 16 through six games, but he does have at least 50 in three of the last four seasons. He should do just fine.

This is a tough matchup for McCoy, as the Cardinals have allowed just 10.7 Fantasy points per game to opposing running backs. Still, with McCoy likely to get a steady workload given the injuries, he has to be in your starting lineup for Week 7, even given his struggles.

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