There has been much speculation on LeSean McCoy’s status for the Buffalo Bills’ game on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
Bills head coach Rex Ryan told the media Friday their running back’s status for the game is questionable, via the Buffalo News’ Vic Carucci.
McCoy left practice earlier this week with a hamstring injury. ESPN reported he would not play this week. His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said on WQAM Miami that McCoy would be a game-time decision, via Pro Football Talk.
The Bills have been on a roll lately. They have won their last four games, and maybe more importantly, have found their defense. During this winning streak they have not allowed an opponent to score 20 or more points.
McCoy has found the form that he appeared to leave with the Philadelphia Eagles. He has rushed for 587 yards and 6 touchdowns, averaging 6 yards per carry.