News: McCoy carried 20 times for 79 yards and a touchdown in Monday's win over Indianapolis.
Impact: He added four catches for 23 yards, but the spotlight certainly went to Darren Sproles, who totaled 178 receiving and rushing yards out of the Philadelphia backfield. McCoy hasn't cracked 80 yards rushing through two weeks, but his workload averaging 20.5 carries shows that's only a matter of time.
News: Kendricks had to exit Monday's game with calf spasms that won't appear to hinder his availability for Week 3, Geoff Mosher of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Impact: Kendricks wasn't able to return to the field Monday, but multiple reports have confirmed that he was only dealing with muscle spasms. Considering that spasms can be nursed back to health within a week's notice, the 24-year-old has a good chance at assuming his starting spot on the field when the Eagles face the Redskins on Sunday.
News: Matthews had one catch for 17 yards on four targets in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts.
Impact: Matthews looked good on his lone reception, but it didn't make up for two drops and a holding penalty. The drops are especially concerning because he struggled with the same issue during training camp and the preseason. On the bright side for Matthews' owners, Riley Cooper also had a poor game, finishing with just one catch for eight yards on three targets. Matthews seems to be able to get open and looks good with the ball in his hands, but the drops are killing his case to see more playing time. He'll likely still be the No. 3 wide receiver in Week 3, and the Eagles still have a slew of receiving options at tight end and running back.
News: Cooper had one catch for eight yards on three targets in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts.
Impact: Cooper dropped a pass and did little else of note in a game that saw Nick Foles throw the ball 37 times. Jeremy Maclin again led the Eagles with 11 targets, while No. 3 wideout Jordan Matthews had his issues with drops resurface. Through two games, Maclin has 22 targets, with Cooper (11) and Matthews (eight) comfortably behind. Cooper may be in for a disappointing season, as he's shaping up as the clear second fiddle to Maclin in an offense that makes heavy use of its running backs and tight ends in the passing game. There should be some better days ahead, but Cooper will likely post at least a few more duds before the end of the season.
News: Maclin had four catches for 45 yards and a touchdown on 11 targets in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts.
Impact: Maclin has eight receptions for 142 yards and two touchdowns on 22 targets through the first two weeks of the season. There's no denying that he's off to an encouraging start for owners, but he didn't play all that well from a real-life perspective Monday, as he failed to break up an interception, and also dropped a pass. Still, the miscues aren't particularly concerning, given that fellow Eagles wideouts Riley Cooper and Jordan Matthews struggled. Maclin leads the team in targets, getting looks on deep balls and in the red zone.
News: Ertz caught four passes for 86 yards on six targets in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts.
Impact: Ertz also dropped a pass in the red zone, albeit on a poorly thrown ball by Nick Foles on what should have been an easy completion. After logging 53-of-87 offensive snaps last week, Ertz seemed to play a similar percentage in Monday's game. Meanwhile, fellow tight end Brent Celek dropped his only target in the end zone. Ertz is clearly a better fantasy option than Celek, but there's still plenty of competition for Nick Foles' attention.
News: Foles completed 21-of-37 passes for 331 yards, with a touchdown and an interception, in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts. He added 22 yards on four carries.
Impact: Though the numbers were solid, Foles didn't play well, with his downfield accuracy standing out as shaky. He benefited immensely from the incredible play of Darren Sproles, who took seven receptions for 152 yards, piling up YAC by the dozen. In fact, Foles dinked and dunked his way to the 331 yards, primarily relying on his teammates to gain yards after the catch. His stats look fine, and the team is 2-0, but he's playing poorly through two games.
News: McCoy had 20 carries for 79 yards and a touchdown, while adding four receptions for 23 yards on five targets, in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts.
Impact: Though fellow running back Darren Sproles was the star of the game, McCoy had 20 carries for a second straight week and was once again active in the passing game. Keep in mind that the Eagles spent most of their first two games trailing, yet still managed to get McCoy 41 total carries. Sproles, meanwhile, is establishing his own fantasy value without cutting into McCoy's.
News: Sproles sparked the Philadelphia offense in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts, piling up 152 receiving yards on seven receptions, with another 26 yards and a touchdown on four carries.
Impact: The Eagles have to be loving the early returns from Sproles, who looks like he'll be a strong fantasy option without taking away much of LeSean McCoy's value. Though he's 31 years old, Sproles looks as quick and elusive as ever, and he's still an expert at setting up his own blocks. Monday's performance was among the best of his career, as he broke most of the would-be tackles that he wasn't able to avoid altogether. He has 13 targets and 15 carries through two games, while McCoy has 11 targets and 41 carries. The Eagles are making sure to get both running backs the ball, and it helps that the team runs more plays per game than the average team.
News: Kendricks left Monday's game with a calf injury and won't return, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Impact: Kendricks was forced to exit in the second half but was able to limp back to the locker room under his own power. Look for Casey Matthews to see extra reps for the duration of Kendricks' absence.
News: Polk (hamstring) is active for Monday's game at Indianapolis, Sheil Kapadia of PhillyMag.com reports.
Impact: The third running back on the Eagles' depth chart, Polk is also making his first appearance of the season. Therefore, his snap count is in question, especially behind fantasy stalwarts LeSean McCoy and Darren Sproles.