McCoy took 13 carries for 114 yards and a touchdown and added a 12-yard touchdown on his only target in Sunday's 54-24 loss to the Chargers.
McCoy miraculously broke out of a two-game slump despite watching Nathan Peterman throw five interceptions before halftime. The veteran back ripped off a 37-yard scamper and a 27-yard touchdown to tie the game at 7-7 early in the first quarter, only to watch Peterman hand the Chargers an insurmountable lead. Tyrod Taylor came in for the second half and eventually connected with McCoy for a 12-yard score early in the fourth quarter. Regardless of which quarterback is under center, McCoy profiles as the only reliable piece of the Buffalo offense for a Week 12 game in Kansas City.
McCoy carried eight times for 49 yards and caught three passes for an additional 11 yards in Sunday's 47-10 loss to the Saints.
McCoy gashed the visitors for a 36 yard gain, but he totaled just 13 yards on his other seven totes en route to his second straight game under 50 rushing yards. He finished with the second most targets on the team, but a miserable day from Tyrod Taylor limited his impact in that regard. McCoy saw 61 total touches in two consecutive wins after the bye week, but he's gotten the ball a total of 23 times in two subsequent losses. He seems likely to be much more involved next week against the Chargers.
McCoy rushed 12 times for 25 yards and failed to bring in his only target in Thursday's 34-21 loss to the Jets. He also recovered a Tyrod Taylor fumble.
Coming off a season-best 151-yard rushing day in Week 8, McCoy was thwarted throughout Thursday's contest by an aggressive Jets front. The multi-time Pro Bowler managed 13 yards on one carry, so his 11 other totes went for just 12 yards. Despite the difficult night, the rushing yardage total was only McCoy's third worst of the season, as he'd posted nine and 21 yards, respectively, in Weeks 2 and 3. He was also held without a catch for the first time in 2017, and his number of rushing touches equaled a season low. McCoy will look to bounce back in a much friendlier matchup against the Saints in Week 10.
McCoy carried 27 times for 151 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Raiders. He also caught six of seven targets for 22 yards in the 34-14 win.
McCoy was a true workhorse in this one, setting season highs in carries and rushing yardage while accounting for nearly half of his team's total offensive output. He averaged a meager 3.7 yards per catch, but his seven targets also led the team. McCoy failed to reach the end zone through his first five games, but he's scored three times in two games since the bye to go along with 295 scrimmage yards. He'll look to continue his ascent Thursday against the Jets.
McCoy rushed 23 times for 91 yards and caught five of seven targets for 31 yards in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.
Believe it or not, this was the first time Shady hit paydirt all season, his first scores since Week 16 of 2016. The 122 scrimmage yards also registered his best output since Week 1. The Bills will continue to be a run-oriented team, and if they can start having more games like this where they can figure out their new zone-blocking scheme, McCoy will produce on a level on par with his first-round value. On Sunday, he certainly did so.
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