As a rookie running back, LeSean McCoy split carries with an oft-injured Brian Westbrook. On the season he managed 155 carries for 637 yards and four touchdowns.
This season, his improvement has been readily apparent. McCoy's yards per carry are up from 4.1 to 5.5, he has already equalled his touchdown count, and he's already more than halfway towards his reception figures from a year ago.
In short, McCoy is primed for a breakout season, that is, if the Eagles decide to feed him the rock. McCoy has 50 carries in four games as the premier back -- good for a measly 12.5 carries per game.
With Vick out of the picture, McCoy should see his carries increase exponentially, and the running game can flourish. That way when Vick comes back, the offense will have added an entirely new dimension.