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LeSean McCoy injury: Buffalo Bills running back seemingly avoids major knee injury against 49ers

The Bills running back was on pace for a great day before his knee caved in.

New Era Field went silent with 38 seconds left in the first half of the Buffalo Bills’ Week 6 game against the San Francisco 49ers. LeSean McCoy caught a quick dumpoff over the middle, was hit from behind, and immediately did not move, clutching his knee.

By the looks of the replay, McCoy’s right foot was planted and the defender’s leg collided with McCoy’s knee. His knee moved awkwarldy and McCoy was very subdued.

He walked off the field under his own power and trainers worked on him on the sideline. He was seen testing the knee, making some practice cuts right before halftime and later jogged to the tunnel.

McCoy has been having his way with the 49ers today. He has 106 yards and two touchdowns on just 11 carries so far today. The Bills rushing attack had 164 yards on the ground and just 65 through the air. Five players have carries so far including EJ Manuel and Robert Woods.