LeSean McCoy returns after injury, fantasy value stable

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LeSean McCoy went back to the locker room before the end of the second quarter. We break down the fantasy implications.

LeSean McCoy suffered a right leg injury in the second quarter against the Chiefs on Thursday Night Football. The Eagles No. 1 back was limping as he headed to the locker room for an X-ray.

McCoy appeared to be in serious pain as he left the field and went into the tunnel, but he came running back out after the start of the second half. The Eagles didn't waste any time putting him in the game.

Fantasy impact: Right now owners have to be pleased all that praying paid off. McCoy's initial reaction made it appear like he sustained a devastating injury, but he was at least able to limp off on his own. Now he seems to be fine.

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McCoy rushed for 66 yards on 11 carries before he went down. He should be able to top 100 yards on the night if he manages to play the rest of the game.

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