2) LeSean McCoy
You could just see McCoy getting back to his usual self, last week against the Buccaneers and now this week against the Raiders. He looks like he’s back to being “shady”, making guys miss, going for big runs, and obviously getting touchdowns.
On 27 carries McCoy finished with 151-yards on the ground, including a 48-yard scamper he took to the house. He also finished with six catches for 22-yards. In his last two games, McCoy has racked up 252-yards rushing on 50 carries and 53-yards receiving on 11 receptions.
This week McCoy has another difficult matchup against him, as he goes up against the Jets defensive front on a short week.