As always, durability is McCoy's greatest risk. When he's at 100%, he is one of the most dangerous weapons in the league when it comes to running backs. But don't forget about Karlos Williams who had success in a handcuff type role last season. The duo could very well be a committee.
McCoy was not what we wanted him to be this season, but if you take out the two games in which he left with an injury and the four he missed due to those injuries, he averaged 97.5 yards per game and had a decent 4.4 yards per carry. But the real reason I still like him for this season is he in no way looked done to me.
After Chip Kelly unloaded him on the Bills, I figured back-to-back 300-plus carry seasons had slowed McCoy down too much, but from what I saw of him when healthy last year, he was making the same moves and had the same burst as before. Add in the fact that Tyrod Taylor's ability to run will help whomever is the lead back in Buffalo and I'm going to double down on Shady this year.