LeSean McCoy unlikely to play for Bills vs. Giants

The Bills rolled to an easy win over a listless Dolphins team on Sunday afternoon thanks to a strong performance by their defense and another good game for starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor.


McCoy should be good to go in Week 5 when the Bills hit the road to face the Tennessee Titans.

Rand Getlin of reports McCoy is “unlikely to play” in Week 4 as he “continues to deal with a hamstring injury”.

“I was never really effective today like I wanted to be …”

“I can’t get that acceleration”, he said, via the Buffalo News, “that burst”.

The hamstring injury LeSean McCoy suffered near the end of training camp is still hampering the super star running back. Coach Rex Ryan was more resistant to that idea, saying he thought McCoy is “still a heck of a player” at his current level of play.

McCoy is one of the most explosive players in the league at his best, though his 1,319 rushing yards in 2014 for the Philadelphia Eagles were somewhat disappointing after he racked up 2,146 total yards and 11 touchdowns in 2013.


Buffalo Bills running back Karlos Williams could be in line for more work in the coming weeks, according to a report by Tyler Dunne of The Buffalo News.

Williams should see plenty of action vs. the Giants in Week 4