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NFL.com ranking: sixth running back, eighth overall
ESPN.com ranking: seventh running back, eighth overall
McCoy had a more physical running style last year, but he still caught 78 passes! He had more catches than Jackson, Maclin, and Celek. The amount of catches was nice but he only cashed in on two receiving touchdowns with an average of just over seven yards per grab.
He was 19th in the league in rushing attempts, even though he had a 5.2 yard average. One can look at his 207 carries last year with the glass half full and say he won't have the curse of carrying too much. His attempts won't change much in Andy Reid's offense, but the average will stay high with a new buddy in Watkins ahead of him for a pull blocker.
Dion Lewis shouldn't take too many snaps away from McCoy because they're too similar of players with McCoy just being better. Jerome Harrison didn't show much last season anyway.
I'd place McCoy right where he's at on both sites, behind Peterson, Johnson, Foster, Rice, and McFadden.