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LeSean McCoy returns from injury for huge fantasy night

Rich Schultz

The Eagles offense wouldn't moved much without LeSean McCoy. We break down the fantasy implications.

LeSean McCoy rushed for 158 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries in Week 3 against the Chiefs. He didn't catch a single pass, though, and he was targeted just once by Michael Vick.

McCoy headed to the locker room for an X-ray towards the end of the second quarter after suffering a leg injury. After he appeared to be in serious pain, McCoy came running back out of the tunnel after halftime and played the remainder of the game.

Fantasy impact: The brief scare Shady gave his owners quickly subsided as he continued to shred the Chiefs defense in the second half. It was surprising to see him go without a catch, but a 41-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter made up for the lack of production in the passing game.

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The injury scare doesn't appear to be a concern. McCoy is one of the top running backs for fantasy owners, and his value continues to soar in an offense that feeds him the ball.

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