LeSean McCoy ran for 70 yards on 19 carries, and caught three passes for 31 yards and a touchdown on five targets Sunday at Kansas City. He also lost a fumble.

Fantasy Impact: McCoy has cracked over 100 total yards in five straight games, and has scored in three of his past four. He's a true feature back and may get even more touches depending on the severity of Karlos Williams' shoulder injury. The Bills play Houston next, and the Texans are middle of the pack against the run. McCoy remains a solid RB1.

Category: Game Recaps

Fantasy Football Maniax | Nov 29th
The Chiefs are 3rd against fantasy running backs, but McCoy is finally running with explosion and is emerging as a matchup proof RB1.
Breaking Football | Nov 29th
Shady can always get his but road date with revitalized Chiefs defense could be trouble
WalterFootball | Nov 29th
Shady has looked great after battling through some injuries and last week put up 123 total yards and one touchdown against the Patriots last week, which was the most they had allowed since Week 1 to DeAngelo Williams.
RotoBaller | Nov 28th
We’re at the point of the season where just one more win may get you into the postseason, and just one more loss may keep you out. It may be the most wonderful time of the year as far as holiday season, but in fantasy football land, this is the end of the line for... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 25th
What's up RotoBallers. Week 11 is complete and we hope you managed to secure the win! To celebrate, today we are bringing you our Week 12 fantasy football rankings to help prepare you for your Week 10 matchups. Below you will find both PPR rankings and standard league rankings for Week 12, brought to you by Zach Wilkens... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 23rd
Anyone who play fantasy football, knows who the elite talents are. Tom Brady has been the best quarterback in football, and Rob Gronkowski has been the best tight end for fantasy owners. We all know they are must-starts, so there isn't a big need to discuss them in detail. You're starting these studs every week,... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 21st
James White - RB, New England Patriots So James White didn't really pan out as expected in a Week 10 nail-biter in New York. I, along with many other observers, assumed James White would assume the role recently vacated by the injured Dion Lewis, a highly-valued position in the Patriots offense. LeGarrette Blount was the sole standout in the... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 19th
Eli Manning - QB, New York Giants Manning and the Giants came very close to beating the New England Patriots on Sunday, and even though they lost, Eli Manning gets to go into the bye week on a personal high note. Or at least his fantasy football stock gets to. Manning finished the game with 361... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 13th
A game worth remembering, bringing a head coach back to his former stomping ground, is now a game the New York Jets wish to forget. Rex Ryan returned to the Meadowlands, in a matchup of divisional rivals that had nothing to do with him, as he so adamantly announced during the pregame, and beat a... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 9th
Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan has been known to have an affinity for the "ground and pound" style--a style that is predicated around having a strong running game and strong defense. Though many believe that the days of needing a strong running game to win in the NFL are over (see: Patriots, New England), it... Read More
RotoBaller | Nov 7th
Chris Ivory - RB, New York Jets Sunday's game in Oakland featured the top two defenses against the run in the NFL as the Raiders hosted the Jets. While the Jets defense didn't hold up to the billing, Oakland's did, as Chris Ivory was stymied for just 17 yards on 15 carries. Geno Smith was the... Read More
ESPN | Oct 23rd
With injuries across the board in Buffalo, will LeSean McCoy have a breakout performance this Sunday in London? We've got answers for that and more in our Week 7 Insider cheat sheet.
Athlon Sports | Oct 18th
Running backs are always on the injury report, and Week 6 is no exception. Most of the big names in fantasy are either already ruled out (such as Jamaal Charles) or are healthy. However, we'll go through all of the running backs that most fantasy owners do need to know about.  Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Oct 16th
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy hinted on Instagram at his possible return on Sunday. He has been dealing with a hamstring injury since August, and has not played since Week 3. Head Coach Rex Ryan has said that he is "cautiously optimistic" about McCoy's return in Week 6 against the 5-0 Cincinnati Bengals. Ryan is usually... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 15th
In the absence of both starting running backs in Week 5, Buffalo could not muster much of a running game. Though it was reported that Boobie Dixon would receive starting duties, newly-signed back Dan Herron surprisingly led the team with nine carries. Dixon managed 39 yards on ten touches. The leading rusher was quarterback Tyrod... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 14th
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is still unlikely to play in Week 6, but he has returned to practice. Although coach Rex Ryan is not giving a timetable for McCoy's return, the running back said a couple weeks ago that he will not return to action until he is 100 percent. With backup Karlos... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 8th
Buffalo Bills running backs Karlos Williams and LeSean McCoy were not seen at practice on Thursday. McCoy was already considered highly doubtful for Week 5 due to a hamstring injury, but Williams (concussion) was thought to have an outside chance at playing against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Although there's still a chance Williams will... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 2nd
If you own LeSean McCoy in any of your fantasy football leagues, you will not like hearing this. The star running back has said that he absolutely will not return to the football field until he is 100 percent healthy. "One thing I promised myself is I can't go out there if I'm not 100... Read More
RotoBaller | Oct 1st
The Buffalo Bills will be without running back LeSean McCoy and wide receiver Sammy Watkins when they face the New York Giants in week 4. McCoy is dealing with a hamstring injury while Watkins has a calf issue. McCoy's absence means Karlos Williams is an absolute must start in all fantasy football leagues. Even if... Read More