Bills run­ning back McCoy doubt­ful for Pats’ clash

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - SPORTS -

The Bills look to be short­handed on of­fense in a piv­otal divi­sional matchup against the New Eng­land Pa­tri­ots. Bills run­ning back LeSean McCoy (ham­string) is doubt­ful and not ex­pected to play.

The Buf­falo Bills look to be short-handed on of­fense in a piv­otal divi­sional matchup against the New Eng­land Pa­tri­ots.

Bills run­ning back LeSean McCoy (ham­string) is doubt­ful and not ex­pected to play. Wide re­ceiver Robert Woods (foot) is ques­tion­able, and re­ceiver Mar­quise Good­win (con­cus­sion) is out.

Buf­falo (4-3) is home against New Eng­land (6-1) at 1 p.m. on Sun­day.

McCoy has not prac­ticed all week due to a ham­string in­jury. He orig­i­nally in­jured the ham­string on Oct. 19, lead­ing up to Buf­falo’s Week 6 game against Mi­ami be­fore suf­fer­ing a set­back against the Dol­phins.

“Ob­vi­ously, he never prac­ticed so you can guys can fig­ure that out,” Bills coach Rex Ryan said.

McCoy has been the driv­ing force on of­fense for the Bills this sea­son. He is fourth in the league in rush­ing with 598 yards and six touch­downs.

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