McCoy leads the NFL in rushing with 514 yards, but will face a Tampa Bay squad that has limited opponents to less than 95 rushing yards per game. Shady is not one-dimensional, though, as he is a more-than-capable receiver out of the backfield.
McCoy has also hauled in 18 passes for a 186 yards through fives games for Philadelphia. McCoy has taken quite nicely to Chip Kelly's high-powered attack, outpacing even Adrian Peterson thus far in the rushing department as well. The Eagles as a team are first in the league in rushing yards per game, though Michael Vick's absence this Sunday could hinder their performance in that regard. Still, McCoy is a beast, arguably the shiftiest running back in the league, and simply must be in the lineup.
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