After being traded to the Bills, LeSean McCoy was fully aware of a couple of things. The quarterback position had to be figured out, but that was no different than what he experienced in Philadelphia. The defense was really good and Greg Roman is a pretty darn good offensive coordinator and utilized his backs in a multitude of ways. His only question was how does the offensive line measure up? After two weeks of training camp McCoy feels pretty good about his trench men.
In an interview with NFL Network, McCoy said he feels the abilities of the Bills offensive line will mesh well with coach Roman’s scheme.
“They look good. That was kind of the question I had coming in: how was the offensive line? Being a young group, they’re very good,” said McCoy. “I think the kind of things that coach Greg [Roman] is asking for, they bring. They can move on the outside perimeter to get to the defense with pulling and even pass-blocking.
“It helps a lot going against one of the best defenses in the game, so going against them every day you only can get better. That’s probably the biggest change in this team, even bringing me here. The guys up front, from when we got here until now, they look the brightest on the team.”
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