LeSean McCoy might not have played every snap in Sunday's win over the New York Jets, but the Buffalo Bills running back touched the ball 27 times and gained 159 of his team's 408 net offensive yards.
Based on his usage in Sunday's game, McCoy projects to receive 432 touches over a 16-game season. Since 2001, only five players -- Larry Johnson (457 touches in 2006), LaDainian Tomlinson (451 in 2002), DeMarco Murray (449 in 2014), Ricky Williams (442 in 2003) and Steven Jackson (436 in 2006) -- have totaled more carries and catches in a single season.
McCoy fans had a scare in the fourth quarter when he left the field and doubled over on the sideline. There were also a few incidents last season that put scares into owners. But McCoy insists his shifty running style will keep him healthy.