By Rahul Lal
LeSean McCoy had a slow start to Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars only picking up five rushing yards in the first half – including a seven yard touchdown. He fired back at the beginning of the second half with a bang speeding past the entire Jaguars defense for a 75 yard touchdown.
McCoy was questionable to play for much of the week because of an injury that he suffered last weekend. He has looked perfectly fine as backup Mike Gillislee is yet to pick up a single carry through the early part of the third quarter.
The Bills were the last team to score during Sunday’s first slate of games as they had difficulty converting any meaningful plays but McCoy has been able to put them up 13-7. Quarterback Tyrod Taylor has had a very good season but has struggled thus far against the Jaguars.
The Bills are sitting at 5-5 on the season and trail the Miami Dolphins (6-4) in the race for second place in the AFC East. A win here can go a long way for a Bills team who believes they are undoubtedly dangerous enough to make the playoffs.