Report: Bills' McCoy day to day with hamstring strain
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Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is considered day to day after an MRI revealed a hamstring strain on Monday, a source told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

The 30-year-old left Sunday's game against the New York Jets after just two carries for one yard.

McCoy is averaging a career-worst 3.3 yards per attempt this season for 479 rushing yards on 145 carries to go along with just two touchdowns. He's added 210 yards on 29 receptions, without a score through the air.

Rookie quarterback Josh Allen finished as the team's leading rusher in Sunday's 27-23 loss. He gained 101 yards and scored a touchdown on nine carries. It was Allen's second consecutive game topping 100 yards on the ground and his fifth rushing score of the season.

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Report: Bills' McCoy day to day with hamstring strain
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