3. Rashaad Penny, RB
Rashaad Penny's Eagles tenure has been frustrating, to say the least.
The 27-year-old veteran rusher was expected to be a key part of Philadelphia's backfield following Miles Sanders' departure. He looked like one of the most dangerous RBs when healthy for the Seattle Seahawks, racking up 1,095 rushing yards and 8 TDs on 176 carries across 16 games (11 starts) between 2021 and 2022.
Fast forward to Week 11, and D'Andre Swift is the clear-cut No. 1 RB in Philly. Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott have also been with the franchise longer, earning them roles as the RB2/3, leaving Penny as the odd man more often than not when it comes to the 48-man gameday lineup.
While Penny did get to play in Week 9, that had more to do with Scott missing the game due to personal reasons. Now that Scott has been back at practice and trending towards some playing time on Monday, all signs point to the ex-Seahawk sitting again.
Time will tell if Penny ever gets a chance to showcase himself this season. He's only played 11 offensive snaps so far, turning 6 opportunities (5 carries, 1 catch) into 17 scrimmage yards and a first down. But with such a big game on tap, it likely won't be this week.