Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy really wanted to beat the Philadelphia Eagles, his old team, this weekend. McCoy made that very clear and did not shy away from the game. The Bills came up just short in a 23-20 loss.
McCoy had 20 carries for 74 yards, plus 35 yards on four catches. However, he didn't find the end zone. McCoy also didn't handle the loss well.
McCoy refused to speak to reporters after the loss or shake hands with his old teammates and slammed his helmet after the game. ESPN's Stephen A. Smith criticized McCoy's actions after the game on First Take Monday.
"For you to sit up there and to walk away without having anything to say whatsoever is just incredibly weak," Smith said. "There's no other way around it. He looks very, very bad ... You've got to man up when you create that kind of stir about Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles and everything that happened."
Smith also called McCoy "low-class" and "unmanly." Smith did say he knows McCoy is a "good dude."Back to the Buffalo Bills Newsfeed