LeSean McCoy will have an amazing 2012 season, possibly the best of all the Eagles.
McCoy led the league with 20 touchdowns in 2011 while earning All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors. He also led the NFL with 103 first downs and finished fourth in rushing with 1,309 yards. In addition, McCoy only had one fumble on 321 touches.
The Eagles are the team to watch in the NFL, and McCoy is the player to watch on the Eagles. Michael Vick's No. 1 option became an elite running back in 2011. The three-year veteran already has two 1,000-yard seasons, and we can expect to see another one in 2012.
In fact, if McCoy puts up the same numbers in 2012 that he did in 2011, it would still be considered an incredible season.
The Philadelphia front office knows how valuable offensive machine McCoy is to the success of the team. That's why they recently locked down the running back with a five-year contract extension reportedly worth $45 million, with $20.765 million guaranteed.