PITTSFORD, NY - LeSean McCoy called center Eric Wood their "second quarterback" and now he's back after suffering a season-ending leg injury last year.

"It was tough but I've kind of been through it before so I knew the drill, I knew there was a lot of rehab ahead of me but you know great job by the support staff up here, the trainers, strength coaches, and the trainers back at U of L," Wood said.

Wood broke his right leg last November during the Monday night game at Seattle. But now he's back to full strength and ready to block for last year's top rushing attack.

"He's in charge of the offense. Sure, Tyrod Taylor does all the checks and different plays but Wood, when we lost him, we lost something because he directs the offensive lineman where to go, who to block and we can't do anything without the offensive line. Having Wood is definitely big. He's like our second quarterback for sure," LeSean McCoy explained.