The last time Bills running back LeSean McCoy spoke to the media, he was almost at a loss for words, feeling like the offense let the defense down in their 25-6 loss to the Patriots on Monday Night Football.
After the Bills’ 41-9 loss to the Bears in Week 9, McCoy had already left the locker room by the time the media was allowed access.
After more than a week, the Bills captain finally broke his silence.
“It’s natural,” McCoy said of his frustrations. “I’m human. I put a lot into this game and I really want to win.”
Through eight weeks, the ground game continues to struggle. Head Coach Sean McDermott said Wednesday the solution to some of the offensive issues is “to do a better job starting up front.”
McCoy has just 267 rushing yards this season as the Bills have once again found themselves in the basement of the AFC East.
“Nobody wants to be 2-7. We all want to win. We all want to do well. We all work hard together. We’ve worked hard together every week since camp so guys are frustrated. And, as teammates, I think that’s a common thing we both share. We know the frustrations within each other because we know how much hard work we put into this game.”