LeSean McCoy on shoulder: I’ll be fine

AP

Bills running back LeSean McCoy left Sunday’s victory over the Dolphins with a shoulder injury, but he doesn’t think it will force him to miss any time.

After the game, McCoy said that he would have “for sure” returned to the game if the Bills weren’t comfortably ahead when he was injured in the fourth quarter. McCoy, who has missed time with a hamstring injury already this season, also predicted all would be well in time to face the Jets on Thursday night.

“Man, injuries. It’s another one,” McCoy said, via the Buffalo News. “I’ll be all right, though. We’ll treat it up and do different things. I’ll be fine.”

Karlos Williams had 110 yards on nine carries in his return from a concussion to go with McCoy’s 112 yards on 16 carries, so the Bills have a good option in the event McCoy’s read on his health proves to be incorrect.

9 responses to “LeSean McCoy on shoulder: I’ll be fine

  1. McCoy realizes he got a hungry young stud pushing him. If he can’t go Karlos is more than willing

  2. Joe and nhpats seriously? The Bills are 4-4 you are correct. Beyond that give me a break!

    Of the 4 lost Jax was bad even though the offense had 4 major starters out, the Giants could have been better but the loses to undefeated teams and being in the game is where you are way off!

    The Bills showed a well balanced game plan with Tyrod throwing 91.7% completion, are you seriously going to try and diminish that? Watkins pulls in all targets again really? Two running backs each over 100 yds with 3 touchdowns.

    Again Joe and NHPats what was your attempt to make points here?

  3. Joe good news you get to watch the Aqua Boys from the CFL on something. Glad we weren’t included in the telecast that way didn’t have to go out my way to make excuse not watch, choice was made easy for us

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