Running back LeSean McCoy became the third Buffalo Bills player to make the NFL Network Top 100 players of 2016 list, coming in at No. 69 overall during Wednesday night's latest reveal show. You can see the short video on McCoy's inclusion here.
McCoy was actually ranked No. 29 this time last year, but evidently slid 40 spots after missing four games due to injury and scoring just five touchdowns during the 2015 season. Still, McCoy's first season with the Bills was mostly a success, as he accumulated 1,187 total yards of offense in those 12 games, while averaging 19.6 touches per game to spearhead the NFL's No. 1-ranked rushing offense.
The soon to be 28-year-old running back has had a bit of a tumultuous offseason, but is healthy and on track to be the Bills' bell cow running back once again this season.
McCoy joins left guard Richie Incognito and wide receiver Sammy Watkins on the Top 100 players of 2016 list; Incognito and Watkins came in at Nos. 97 and 96, respectively, earlier this month.