3/4/2015: The Bills have reportedly acquired RB LeSean McCoy from the Eagles in exchange for LB Kiko Alonso. While the trade isn’t yet official, it’s been confirmed all over the place, so get ready for the impact that it’s going to have in fantasy leagues everywhere. Here is the bottom line… Read Spotlight
According to ESPN, Eagles RB LeSean McCoy “looks better than ever” right now in camp.
SMITTY: That Philly offense is just flat-out exciting. The two Nick Foles interceptions during his last preseason contest concern me zero. In fact, they just get me more excited that he will have more doubters entering August drafts, this way he can be snagged even later than his 6th-round ADP, which is highway robbery already. I’m not expecting another 2INT season out of Foles, in fact 10INTs is fine by me given how fast-paced that Chip Kelly offense is — 40TDs is in the cards for Foles this year, and he remains one of my biggest 2014 draft day steals. As for LeSean McCoy, as long as he’s handcuffed to Darren Sproles (and if in larger leagues, Chris Polk as well), he is by far my No. 1-ranked player right now (in all formats). McCoy has 1,800-2,000 total yard potential, and could punch in over 10 scores, all while pulling in 50+ receptions. Looking for Week 1 Power Rankings? Also, checkout the bump I just gave McCoy on the full-season projections!
According to ProFootballTalk, Eagles RB LeSean McCoy wants to hit 2,000 yards in 2014. “This is THE YEAR!!!!,” McCoy tweeted. “My potential is #2000yards. Will I reach it? Stepping up my training and signs point to yes.”
SMITTY: In Chip Kelly’s offense, it’s not that hard to imagine. LeSean McCoy is my No. 1RB heading into all August drafts, dynasty or redraft. Some might suggest that Darren Sproles will take away from McCoy’s stat line, but I think it just makes that offense more dangerous and harder to stop, which puts McCoy in better situations. Check out where LeSean McCoy falls on our Week 1 Power Rankings.
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