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Top 5 Running Backs In The NFC East

Top 5 Running Backs In The NFC East

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The Philadelphia Eagles had the best rushing offense in the NFL in 2013, yet they still improved that aspect of the team heading into 2014. Where will the Eagles' top two running backs be on the depth chart rate within the NFC East? Find out the top five backs in the division heading into 2014.

5. Rashad Jennings

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5. Rashad Jennings

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With David Wilson’s unfortunate career-ending injury, there will be a lot of pressure on Rashad Jennings in 2014. He has never handled a full season’s workload, but will have the chance to shine this season.

4. Darren Sproles

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4. Darren Sproles

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It would seem Darren Sproles is the perfect fit for Chip Kelly’s offense. Look for him to catch 70 balls coming out of the backfield, or from lining up in the slot.

3. Alfred Morris

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3. Alfred Morris

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The Washington Redskins need Alfred Morris to continue his stellar play. Entering his third NFL season, Morris is easily one of the most valuable players on the team.

2. Demarco Murray

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2. Demarco Murray

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Demarco Murray really has the ability to do it all. He is fast, can run inside and outside, and can catch the ball out of the backfield. This season could be a career year for Murray.

1. LeSean McCoy

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1. LeSean McCoy

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LeSean McCoy thinks he has a chance for 2,000 rushing yards, and it probably wouldn’t surprise many people if he got there.