LeSean McCoy is multi-purpose fantasy weapon in Eagles Week 2 loss

Philadelphia Eagles running back Lesean McCoy is upended by the San Diego Chargers - Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy was a multi-purpose weapon on Sunday producing 167 total offensive yards in Sunday's loss to the San Diego Chargers. We bring you the fantasy implications here.

Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy was an offensive weapon that produced 167 yards in Sunday's loss to the San Diego Chargers. The Eagles only ran the ball 20 times and McCoy got the bulk of the carries finishing with 53 yards on the ground. McCoy was also targeted by quarterback Michael Vick six times and finished the game with 114 receiving yards. While McCoy didn't score, he was a big factor in the Eagles fast tempo offense.

Fantasy impact: The Eagles didn't run the ball that much but McCoy was still a big feature of the Eagles offense. He was the second most productive receiver in the game and was targeted seven times catching six of them for 114 yards. McCoy is a focal point in the Eagle offense and is a must start in all leagues. The Eagles do have a short week and meet the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday Night Football.

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