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LeSean McCoy is a fierce competitor Youth Kelvin Benjamin Jersey , and after doing everything he could to return to the field in time for the Buffalo Bills’ Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots, McCoy expressed his frustrations over his lack of production in Buffalo’s anemic offense. After ripping off a 12-yard run out of the Wildcat on Buffalo’s first offensive play of the game, Shady’s next 11 runs gained a grand total of one yard, as every time McCoy tried to bounce a run outside, the Patriots were there to deny him. McCoy did have success as a passing weapon out of the backfield, hauling in six passes (eight targets) for 82 yards, including a nice 24-yard catch. But McCoy will be the first to admit his ground game seems stuck in neutral at the halfway point. McCoy, Buffalo’s Pro Bowl running back, has run the ball 75 times for 257 yards, an average of 3.4 yards per rush. He has yet to score a touchdown (rushing or receiving), and is on pace for by far the worst statistical season of his career. “In 10 years, I’ve had bad games, but just the flow, the season, everything is just bad,” McCoy said following Monday night’s loss, Buffalo’s fourth time in six losses scoring fewer than seven points. “The hard work that we put in, the hard work I’ve put in my whole life, my whole career, for it to happen like this every game, it’s tough. You see the defense out there just grinding. So it is frustrating.”If McCoy was going to get on track against any opponent Youth Tremaine Edmunds Jersey , it figured to be the Patriots. Over his last five games vs. New England, Shady had rushed for at least 70 yards in every game. On Monday night, despite the Bills breaking out the Wildcat and getting McCoy the ball on direct snaps, he never came close to 70 yards. “You put a lot of work and effort into your craft, your job and the results and outcomes are like the same, so it’s frustrating,” McCoy said. “I don’t know. I didn’t play good, so I guess. I thought it would be a better game running-wise. I usually run the ball good on them.”McCoy knows he can still be the same featured back who just last year paced the Bills with 1,138 rushing yards and 448 receiving yards. But this year, playing on an offense with arguably the worst quarterback play in the league, and on a line that lost Eric Wood, Richie Incognito, and Cordy Glenn from last year, McCoy is suffering through a historically bad season. “I still can play. I still can play. Defenses know I still can play. You see the way they approach me when I’m in the game,” McCoy said when asked if he felt he had lost a step or two as Buffalo’s primary offensive play maker. There was rampant speculation that McCoy could be traded on Tuesday, but the 4 p.m. Eastern trade deadline came and went with McCoy still a member of the Bills. “This is my team, . . . I’m happy here,” he said after the Monday night loss. “But it doesn’t matter whether I was here or anywhere else, playing a season like this, you would be mad. I don’t think it’s a matter of where I’m at. It’s just what’s been taking place and how things are going offensively. . . .What do I got, 200 yards? In the [eighth game]? That’s never happened to me. Yeah Dion Dawkins Jersey , it’s different. It’s a different season. I’m 30 years old, playing since when I’ve been in high school. This stuff [has] never happened to me. It is tough.” Week 5 of the Buffalo Bills season saw the team locked in a defensive struggle with the Tennessee Titans and emerging as the victor thanks to forcing several turnovers. Rookie quarterback Josh Allen continued his struggles from last week, while the Bills defensive rookies further improved and even made some of biggest plays in the game. More about the performance of each Bills rookies below.QB Josh AllenOffensive coordinator Brian Daboll simplified the reads and progressions in the passing game for his rookie quarterback, more so in this game than in the previous four. During the first drive of the game, that strategy resulted in quick completions, kept the chains moving, and led to the team’s only touchdown on an Allen scramble. When Allen wasn’t put into those situations, like on unfavorable down and distances, he was much more inconsistent. During those instances, Allen didn’t trust his eyes or was indecisive in his reads. Other times, particularly when throwing in the middle of the field, the rookie failed to step into his throws resulting in severely under-thrown balls. It wasn’t all bad for the quarterback though, as his twelve-yard completion to Zay Jones and his attempted pass to Andre Holmes, both in the fourth quarter, shows a player able to navigate a messy pocket, recognize favorable coverage and fire a dart.LB Tremaine EdmundsEdmunds set the tone for the day defensively on the fourth play from scrimmage. Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota fired a quick pass to Taywan Taylor, who wasn’t able to tuck the ball away before Edmunds had him in his arms, leading to a fumble that was recovered by the Bills. Edmunds speed clearly caught the receiver off-guard, and it’s plays like that got him drafted in the first round. Besides that play, Edmunds play in coverage continues to impress. His speed when sinking into coverage is amazing: there were times when it surprised Mariota, leading to him holding on to the ball longer than expected. Edmunds biggest gaffe came on a play-action shovel pass to Dion Lewis. The play-action made Edmunds lose his attention on the running back Vladimir Ducasse Jersey , who quickly received the pass and got ten yards. Overall, it was a solid day at the office for the linebacker.DT Harrison PhillipsPhillips’s time on the field has been on the upswing, and he saw 44% of the defensive snaps against the Titans. He put that increased time to good use, especially against the run. The Titans threw several double-teams his way and Phillips managed to stand his ground on virtually every single one. The few times the rookie defensive tackle found himself in a pass rush situation he pushed the lineman into the quarterback, but didn’t really register any hurries. CB Taron JohnsonThe rookie fourth rounder continues to represent money well-spent. Johnson’s second quarter interception, when he undercut a quick slant to Nick Williams, was both athletic and instinctual, just the qualities you want to have in a slot corner. Bad mistake early in the second quarter when he failed to recognize a run play and was successfully run out of the play by a receiver.S Siran Neal Neal didn’t receive any defensive snaps this week, despite the team being down two safeties. He was a regular member of the punt return team assigned to rush the punter, but didn’t stand out much in that area.WR Ray-Ray McCloud IIIMcCloud saw a drop in snaps from last week, going from 20 snaps against the Packers to only 13 against the Titans. His only target during those snaps was on a wide receiver screen pass that gained seven crucial yards and a first down on the Bills game-winning drive. McCloud was also used on a fly sweep early in the first quarter that lost three yards due to a poor block from Logan Thomas. McCloud saw the field as a punt returner, with his longest punt return coming in at eight yards.WR Robert FosterFoster saw a severe drop in snaps since the Packers game, with only eight on the day. The rookie undrafted free agent was not targeted. P Corey BojorquezThe oddest moment of the game came on a field goal attempt when Bojorquez was holding for Stephen Hauschka. The rookie received the snap and inexplicably began to stand up, as if it was a fake attempt, panicked, threw an incomplete pass and injured his shoulder. He claimed after the game that it was a “miscommunication” that led to his mistake. Otherwise he had an average day punting the ball, with one of his punts ending up downed inside the five-yard line.Notes - Rookie guards Wyatt Teller and Ike Boettger were again inactive.