LeSean McCoy, RB Philadelphia Eagles

2014 Strength of Schedule - PHI
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
24
JAX
28
@IND
7
WAS
1
@SF
5
STL
29
NYG
BYE4
@ARI
22
@HOU
21
CAR
17
@GB
30
TEN
12
@DAL
15
SEA
12
DAL
7
@WAS
29
@NYG

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2014 Game Stats
WeekOppRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCSnaps%
1JAX2174003.52641066.8358/8767%
2IND2079103.95423055.7549/6872%
3WAS1922001.160003-54/7374%
4SF1017001.700000-45/6075%
5STL2481013.3845041.2554/7374%
6NYG22149006.7725022.5042/7258%
7BYE------------
8ARI2183003.95314054.6778/9285%
9HOU23117005.0926023.0054/8365%
10CAR1219101.581-203-2.0045/6273%
11GB2388003.831180118.0048/7862%
Totals195729213.74231100314.78527/74870%

Most Recent News

LeSean McCoy's teammates feel he's the same running back

Saturday, November 22, 2014, 12:42pm

NJ.com - [Full Article]

The Eagles running game is become such a sensitive subject that LeSean McCoy stormed off the podium this past week when someone asked if he was the same player he used to be.

"Am I the same player? That's for you to figure out," McCoy said before leaving the podium. "That's crazy. Am I the same player? Yeah, I'm the same player.''

That assessment isn't showing up in the box score, but it was backed up by center Jason Kelce on Friday.

"I think LeSean is the same running back as he was last year," Kelce said on 94WIP. "I don’t think he’s changed one bit."

As to why McCoy's average per carry has dropped from 5.1 to 3.7, Kelce said the blame falls on the offensive line.

“Every running back is going to miss a few [holes],” Kelce said. “LeSean isn’t missing anymore [holes] than he did last year...I think the biggest thing is that we haven’t given him the amount of opportunities and the holes that he was given last year."

Fantasy Impact:

McCoy has been hounded by local media as to whether or not he's lost a step after a down season from 2013. He's also none-to-pleased to answer the question. Those who follow the team, for the most part, don't think McCoy has lost anything. The general feeling teams are trying to take away McCoy and make the Eagles beat them with the pass, something Nick Foles has struggled to do this season and Mark Sanchez wasn't great last week against Green Bay. Owners keep waiting for McCoy to bust out but that may not happen if defenses continue to play McCoy the way they apparently have.

Scouting Report

Week 12 - McCoy vs. Tennessee

LeSean McCoy ran 23 times for 88 yards last week and added a catch for 18 yards.

This week he comes in ranked sixth on our list of RBs in a very good matchup against the Titans. Tennessee is ranked 30th in allowing fantasy points to RBs, but while McCoy has been solid he still hasn't seemed to bust out for yards and TDs like he did last year for fantasy owners.

Perhaps this is the week, but we are now 12 weeks in and it probably isn't realistic to count on. The good news is he's averaged 89.5 yards over his last six games.

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