McCoy reunites with Andy Reid after being released by the Bills. It's not clear how much he has left in the tank, though he's joining the best offense in the league and should find far more room to run than he had in Buffalo.
As long as LeSean McCoy has no setbacks, he should be a go this week against the Ravens. Damien Williams has yet to practice and if he can't go, McCoy would become a strong start as the lead back despite facing a tough Ravens defense. Darwin Williams would see work behind McCoy, but how much is a question mark, making him a tough start in most leagues in this matchup.
KC RB LeSean McCoy - Week 3 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 3 at Baltimore Ravens
Damien Williams has been absent from practice this week, which means LeSean McCoy would be in line for the majority of the backfield touches if Williams sits. That is, if McCoy plays. McCoy is also dealing with an ankle injury and hasn't been officially ruled out or in yet. He should play, but the injury raises some concern on how well he'll play. He dominated in Week 1, rushing 10 times for 81 yards but struggled in Week 2, running 11 times for 23 yards. He also caught three passes for no yards.
If McCoy is able to go, he gets a brutal matchup against the Ravens. Baltimore has allowed the fewest points to opposing backs in 2019 and allowed the third-fewest in 2018. McCoy would be an RB1 most weeks in this position, but with his injury and bad matchup, he's more of an RB2.