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LeSean McCoy certainly wasn’t used to his full potential under the Andy Reid regime. The pass happy Eagles recent years is expected to become a more balanced offense under new Head Coach Chip Kelly. The new offense will get McCoy more touches and greater production, and the rest of the league should be on notice. Even under the direction of Reid McCoy produced and showed skill that put him in the elite echelon of NFL running backs.
LeSean McCoy said he has two goals coming into this season: Stay healthy and become “more dominant.”-Delaware Online July 26th
This is certainly a great situation and offense for McCoy to be in and a “dominant” season is not out of the question.
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