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LeSean McCoy dealing with sore groin, expected to play Sunday

The Bills said before the start of the regular season that they plan to use running back LeSean McCoy heavily over the course of the year and did just that in the opener by giving him the ball 27 times. McCoy gained 159 yards on those opportunities, so the team won’t be feeling any need [more]

Jets coach Todd Bowles calls out his defensive line

The Jets don’t have many position groups they can be proud of. The one they do, they expect more from. Jets coach Todd Bowles made a personal challenge to his defensive line, after being gashed by LeSean McCoy and the Bills and with Marshawn Lynch and the Raiders on the horizon. “Our room, we take [more]

Marcell Dareus on drop in playing time: I have to play my role

The Bills have made it clear that they’ll make heavy use of running back LeSean McCoy in order to win games this season, but they aren’t making the same kind of promises when it comes to defensive tackle Marcell Dareus. While Dareus takes up more of the salary cap than any other player in Buffalo, [more]

Wednesday morning one-liners

Bills RB LeSean McCoy had four carries of 10 yards or more in Week One, tied for best in the NFL. The Patriots’ defense allowed 537 yards, most in the NFL. Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake was their leading rusher in the preseason, with 16 carries for 69 yards. Jets RB Matt Forte managed just 16 [more]

Monday morning one-liners

Bills RB LeSean McCoy found plenty of room to operate on Sunday. How did the Dolphins’ stadium fare during the storm? A call for the Patriots to use their running backs more. The Jets run defense was ineffective on Sunday. Sunday’s shutout was the first for the Ravens since 2009. Said Bengals TE Tyler Eifert [more]

Bills Defeat the Jets in a Clash of Expected Also-Rans

Buffalo quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw two touchdown passes, running back LeSean McCoy racked up 110 yards, and the Bills won a game between teams with slim prospects.

Same old Shady: Bills lean on McCoy in 21-12 win over Jets

LeSean McCoy is showing no signs of turning 29 after combining for 159 yards from scrimmage in the Buffalo Bills season-opening 21-12 win over the New York Jets        

Bills add incentives to LeSean McCoy’s contract

The Bills are ready to reward running back LeSean McCoy if he has a good year. McCoy and the Bills agreed to a deal that includes $2.5 million in incentives for this season, a league source tells PFT. This is the third year of the five-year, $40 million contract McCoy signed with the Bills in [more]

LeSean McCoy out of practice Thursday due to stomach illness

LeSean McCoy is expected to get plenty of work this season, but he’s not getting any during Thursday’s practice. The Bills announced that McCoy is sitting out due to a “stomach bug.” There’s no further word from the team about whether he’s expected to be back on Friday for the final session before Sunday’s opener [more]

Fantasy football start/sit advice, Chiefs vs. Patriots TNF: Mike Gillislee

Gillislee has potential goal line opportunities, but will his health cooperate? We break down the fantasy implications. Running back Mike Gillislee spent the past two years as a backup to LeSean McCoy with the Buffalo Bills, but he’s always been solid when given the chance to shine. Show More Summary

LeSean McCoy’s workload will be “whatever it takes to win the game”

When Bills coach Sean McDermott discussed his plans for using running back LeSean McCoy in late July, he said it is “not realistic” for McCoy to play every offensive snap of a game and be in a “position to be successful.” Those comments came before the Bills traded wide receiver Sammy Watkins and released running [more]

Bills cut Jonathan Williams

In an unexpected move, the Bills have released running back Jonathan Williams, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. Williams was expected to have a backup role behind LeSean McCoy. Williams, 23, was a fifth-round pick of the Bills in 2016. He rushed for 94 yards and scored a touchdown on 27 carries as a [more]

Why Mike Gillislee is the Patriots’ breakout player this season

LeSean McCoy and Mike Gillislee were backfield mates the past two seasons in Buffalo, but they couldn't have been more divergent when it comes to their running styles. You aren't likely to see Gillislee do a lot of jump cuts or see him juking guys out of their jocks out in the open field like Shady McCoy. Show More Summary

Why Can’t LeSean McCoy Have His Orgy In Buffalo?

One Buffalonian wants to know why LeSean McCoy can't have his orgy in his new football market.

Here Are The Outlandish Details Of LeSean McCoy’s ‘Females Only’ Party

Don't go getting the wrong idea. This 21-and-over, private event at a secret location is definitely not a sex party.

Buffalo Bills Running Back Speaks On Kaepernick: ‘It’s His Play, Not His Protest That Has Him Unemployed’

Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy hurled himself into the Colin Kaepernick situation with this bombshell of an accusation. Reporters, the usual brain-dead jackboots that they are, asked McCoy about

2017 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: Picking at No. 12 overall in PPR could be great if you land Michael Thomas, LeSean McCoy

No one likes picking at the end of the first round, but Jamey Eisenberg loves his team at No. 12 overall in our pick-by-pick PPR series thanks to Michael Thomas and LeSean McCoy at the top.

LeSean McCoy's Beautiful Marginalist Insight

(August 25, 2017 07:36 PM, by David Henderson) "As a team, trying to win and not have a distraction on the team, I just take that as a player -- there's certain players that could be on the team with big distractions, and there's other players that it's... (0 COMMENTS)

LeSean McCoy apparently forgets the Mike Vick era in Philly

Bills running back LeSean McCoy made some waves on Thursday by offering up an opinion on Colin Kaepernick that usually flows not from NFL players — the notion that Kaepernick’s talent doesn’t outweigh the distractions. Setting aside whether Kaepernick should be regarded as a bundle of actual distractions (and ignoring the question of whether any [more]

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