ORCHARD PARK, NY - LeSean McCoy has not spoken to the media since last Monday after a 25-6 loss to the Patriots where he rushed for 13 yards on 12 carries and had six catches for 82 yards.
After that game, McCoy expressed his frustration with his play this season and the offensive struggles as a whole.
"I'm disappointed. We're not winning, I'm not putting up numbers that I'm used to. We're not winning games, all that stuff," McCoy said. "I mean I've had bad games but just the flow, the season, everything, it's bad."
McCoy once again did not talk to reporters after practice on Wednesday leading up to the Bills' week ten game against the Jets.
He's coming off another game where he had limited production. Against the Bears McCoy rushed for just ten yards on ten carries and had four catches for 19 yards.
"There’s been some opportunities to hit some holes that weren’t hit overall, and there’s been some opportunities where the scheme was there and we didn’t get the movement that we needed. It’s been really a combination, but we have to give him more opportunities to make more big plays for us," head coach Sean McDermott said on Wednesday before practice.
A big question with McCoy has been his age as he just turned 30 this year and McDermott was asked if that's starting to show.
"I don’t believe so, I don’t believe so. When I look to this point in this season, it’s just what I was referring to [previously], it’s a combination of us getting the job done up front combined with when the holes are there or if the movement is there and taking advantage of those opportunities," McDermott said.
McCoy has rushed for 267 yards on 85 carries and has yet to find the end zone this season. As a team, the Bills are 19th in rushing and average 97.2 yards per game.