LeSean McCoy Wanted To Beat The Browns By More Than 1 Point

PHILADELPHIA - NOVEMBER 07: LeSean McCoy #25 of the Philadelphia Eagles runs the ball against the Indianapolis Colts on November 7 2010 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. The Eagles defeated the Colts 26-24. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

LeSean McCoy and the Philadelphia Eagles were unhappy with their performance against the Cleveland Browns in Week 1.

Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy stated in an interview with Anthony Gargano and Ike Reese of 94.1 WIP on Wednesday that he and his teammates were unsatisfied with their one-point win over the Cleveland Browns in Week 1.

Largely considered a favorite, the Eagles turned the ball over five times and trailed in the fourth quarter prior to a late touchdown. McCoy managed 110 yards on 20 carries but fumbled on his first touch of the game, which ultimately led to a Cleveland field goal.

Via SportsRadioInterviews.com:

"It was one of those things where we expected to win. We expected to win big, so when we won by that small margin a lot of guys were upset. They felt like we did more, but that's a good thing. I think the attitude is there. I think it's just a matter of coming out next week and kind of improving in so many ways and trying to put more points up and play better together. That's the biggest thing."

The Eagles will host the Baltimore Ravens (1-0) in Week 2.

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