If you drafted Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy in the first or second round of your fantasy football league, you were hoping for big things. As it turned out, McCoy was a large disappointment, making matters even worse when he suffered a concussion against the Washington Redskins on November 18. He has not played since.
If you held on to McCoy – or were able to pick him up off of the waiver wire when his original owner dropped him – you may be able to reap the rewards during Week 16, which is championship weekend for many fantasy football leagues. Others play through Week 17, so McCoy could be a valuable asset over the final two games.
Then again, he may be part of a time share where he barely picks up any points for his owner. After all, fantasy football is always a craps shoot, and the Eagles area very large mess. Can you trust anyone on this team to give you solid production at any position?
The last time McCoy did face the Redskins’ defense, when he suffered his c...