LeSean McCoy
LeSean McCoy

LeSean McCoy

Buffalo Bills
Note from FantasyPros Staff
Mon, Jul 4th 10:38am EDT
Last season, the Bills were the top NFL team in both rushing yards and rushing yards per attempt. Granted, Karlos Williams and Mike Gillislee had a lot to do with that, but if McCoy stays healthy, he should get a large bulk of the carries in what could, again be the top running offense in the NFL and who wouldn't love to have that guy with their early third round pick?
Razzball | Aug 30th
Compels me to write about him, that is, because he's ranked too low. Specifically, LeSean McCoy being ranked behind Mark Ingram is something I just don't get. Nothing against Ingram, I like him. I just like McCoy better. Here's some last minute draft advice with #analysis, starting with the reasons why McCoy should be ranked higher than Ingram...
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 28th
Rotoworld reported that McCoy will sit out OTAs with a hamstring injury. This seems like a Groundhog Day situation, head coach Rex Ryan said it's "not serious." That is what we were told last year and when he had a hamstring injury and then re-injured it early in the season.
WalterFootball | Aug 26th
McCoy was not what we wanted him to be last 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 coming 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 in 2015, 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 for 2016
Fantasy Football Empire | Aug 21st
We know that the Buffalo Bills love to run the football. The average Rushing Play % in the in the NFL 2015 season was 42.51%. Out of all the NFL teams, the Buffalo Bills led them all in 2015 with a Rushing Play % 52.26%. Jonathan Williams is the new RB handcuff for LeSean McCoy, although Williams was recently arrested for a DWI and may be facing criminal charges and a league suspension. If Williams is suspended, Mike Gillislee would be LeSean McCoy's RB handcuff.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 10th
Remains one of the leagues brightest talents on a run-first team
The NY Times | Aug 10th
Fought through pesky injuries last season and enjoyed a moderate bounceback in Buffalo.
Breaking Football | Jul 28th
Talent-wise, Shady can still be a fantasy beast. I like the upside and value with him this year
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 21st
Was the No. 7 RB in FAN PPG (min. 10 games) in '15, and his primary backups (the Williams) are doing what they can to play themselves out of the Buffalo backfield picture
RotoBaller | Jul 8th
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SoCalledFanEx | Jul 6th
Most people think about Rex Ryan’s offense as a buttoned-down unit, looking to move the ball on the run. While that’s certainly true, LeSean McCoy is a good pass-catcher, and the Bills will move the ball in a variety of ways. Taylor broke out last season in the early part before injuries got to him, […] The post 2016 Fantasy Football Sleeper Quarterbacks: Going Deep appeared fir...