Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is questionable to return after leaving the game against the New York Jets in the first quarter. The team informed the media that is was a hamstring injury.
CBS showed McCoy jogging up and down and walking with a slight limp on the sideline. Folks in the stadium said McCoy was in the medical tent at least twice getting treatment.
McCoy has been largely ineffective this season, rushing for just 3.3 yards per carry heading into today, but is Buffalo’s leading rusher. Hot on his heels is Josh Allen, who has been using his legs again today and is over 50 yards rushing.
Earlier this season, McCoy missed a game with a concussion. This hamstring injury is one that could linger.
Chris Ivory has been the man to take the majority of snaps in place of McCoy, but Marcus Murphy is also being sprinkled in.