The Philadelphia Inquirer speculates Eagles RB Ryan Mathews could have earned more carries with his performance Week 3.
Speaking Monday, Eagles coach Chip Kelly said he had "no idea" if Ryan Mathews should lead the team's Week 4 backfield in carries.
Ryan Mathews rushed 25 times for 108 yards and caught two 2-of-4 targets for 20 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' Week 3 win over the Jets.
Ryan Mathews rushed once for zero yards in Philadelphia's Week 2 loss to the Cowboys.
Ryan Mathews rushed for four yards and one touchdown on three carries in the Eagles' Week 1 loss to the Falcons.
Ryan Mathews had seven carries for 22 yards in the Eagles' third preseason game, adding two catches for 12 yards.
Ryan Mathews rushed three times for 19 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason game against the Ravens.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly said he plans to use "more than one guy" to run the football this year.
The Philly Inquirer makes an "early guess" that the Eagles could use a 50-30-15 split between DeMarco Murray, Ryan Mathews, and Darren Sproles.
LeSean McCoy gave his take on how the Eagles will divvy up the backfield reps this season.
Ryan Mathews is getting reps as a kick returner during minicamp.
According to the Delaware County Times, the Eagles plan to "divide" carries between DeMarco Murray and Ryan Mathews this season.
The Philadelphia Inquirer expects Ryan Mathews' carry count to be in the mid-100s this season.
The Philadelphia Inquirer suggests the Eagles went through with the Ryan Mathews signing because they didn't want to renege on a handshake deal.