The Buffalo Bills have completely turned their season around after starting the year with a 0-2 record. The Bills have won two games in a row after firing offensive coordinator Greg Roman and look to be on a roll right now. A huge part of that success can be attributed to LeSean McCoy, who has turned in two big performances in each of the last two weeks. Today, LeSean McCoy suffered a hand injury in practice that landed him firmly in the questionable category for Sunday's game against the Rams.

LeSean McCoy the Warrior.

McCoy is determined to play on Sunday and help the Bills get to a record of 3-2.

LeSean had some strong words for the world on ESPN, calling the injury a "minor one."

That's the kind of dedication you want to see from your star running back! The Bills have relied on him in each game and McCoy continues to be used by the Bills as a workhorse. LeSean ran for more than 100 yards against the Cardinals and was an integral part of a Bills shutout against the Patriots. The Bills will need McCoyagain in this game and are certainly glad that he will be available for it.

Coaches Worry.

The Buffalo Bills weren't too happy that the news of this injury became public.

Anthony Lynn is worried that the Rams will knowingly choose to go after LeSean's injury.

The Bills would not be able to afford an injury to their star running back at this point, especially when Sammy Watkins is out.

LeSean is the key piece of an offense that would not be able to run as efficiently without him. The Bills will just have to hope that Rams defenders choose not to target the place where McCoy suffered the injury.

A Potential Replacement.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Karlos Williams would be working out with the Bills.

The plans of a workout on Friday were actually cancelled and the two sides have not arranged a deal. An major injury to LeSean McCoy in this game could definitely change that. If the Bills do choose to go after Williams, they will get a player who scored seven touchdowns and was highly productive in his rookie season. For now, the Bills will rely on LeSean McCoy, the manwho spearheaded the last two victories.

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