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#25 LeSean McCoy, RB    Fantasy Football Injury Status   Probable - Ankle
Buffalo Bills
Height 5' 11"
Weight 208 lbs
Age 28
Birthdate July 12th 1988
College Pittsburgh
Year 2009
Round 2   Pick 21
Season Statistics
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
YEARGPATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTD
2009161556374403080
20101520710807785922
201115273130918483203
2012122008402543733
201316314160712525392
20141631313195291570
2015122038954322922
2015 Fantasy Points by Week
Recent Games
-- Rushing ---- Receiving --
WeekATTYARDSTDRCPTYARDSTDPTS
11741034608
215890327010
31116011018
61790124015
718680236011
916112127017
10191120547015
1120821641018
1219700331116
1321112000011
1420740435010
15102901802
Strength of Schedule
Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the RB position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Week 1 Projections
Due to injuries McCoy was limited to 12 games last season. With Karlos Williams release McCoy should be a focal point of Buffalo's offense. Reggie Bush, Jonathan Williams and Mike Gillislee are not the same caliber of running back and are in no danger of taking over McCoy's top spot.
Rushing: 66 Yards, 1 TD.
Receiving: 2 Receptions, 19 Yards, 0 TD.

Season Projections
So Shady goes to Buffalo, becomes the staple of a run-first, gritty Rex Ryan offense and....didn't do a whole lot. In the 12 games he played, he did run well, averaging 4.4 yards per carry and showcased his multitude of skills out of the backfield. But injuries, game flow, and the emergence of rookie thumper Karlos Williams left fantasy owners yearning for the days of Shady in Philly green. Add to this an off-field incident in Philadelphia (which barring any new revelations should not result in a suspension), and you have a perfect storm of doubt heading into 2016. The basic facts however are clear: 1) McCoy is still the lead back in Buffalo; 2) The defense is continuing to improve leading to increased offensive opportunities; and 3) Rex Ryan still coaches the Buffalo Bills. If you were burned by selecting McCoy in the first-round last year, the trepidation is understandable, but if you have faith in the previous three points, feel free to double-down and roll with LeSean one more time.

Rushing: 1086 Yards, 8 TD.
Receiving: 38 Receptions, 310 Yards, 2 TD.

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Injury Report
Week 1 - Probable - Ankle

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