Many people, from NFL experts to Fantasy Football owners, are expecting big things from LeSean McCoy in 2014. You can’t blame those with high expectations, because the Philadelphia Eagles running back is coming off a career-season in 2013 where he racked up over 2,100 yards from scrimmage.
Apparently the speedy, dual-threat RB feels his best days are still ahead too. To get ready for what he believes will be another 2,000-yard season, McCoy is practicing while blindfolded:
— Lesean McCoy (@CutonDime25) August 11, 2014
To actually hit the 2k rushing mark, Shady will have to gain about 400 more yards on the ground than he did a season ago (1,607 rushing yards in 2013), a feat many will label as ‘difficult’ with Darren Sproles now residing in the Philly backfield as well.