McCoy was held to 18 rushing yards in the team's Week 3 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday as he has been battling a hamstring injury.
"I can’t really go like I want to,” McCoy said Sunday (Sept. 27).
In his first season with the Bills, McCoy has averaged 3.4 yards per carry and has found the endzone once on a receiving touchdown.
The Giants' defense held opposing running backs Joseph Randle to 65 rushing yards, Tevin Coleman and Devonta Freeman to 57 combined rushing yards, and Matt Jones and Alfred Morris to 57 combined rushing yards through the first three weeks.
The news is good for the Giants in the essence that McCoy has perennially shredded them, but that was when he was with the Eagles. His Bills' career has been off to a slow start due to injury. But, when one door closes, another one opens.
Rookie RB Karlos Williams, a 6'1", 230lb fifth-round pick out of Florida State, is becoming a force out of the Buffalo backfield. He racked up 110 rushing yards last week in Miami and has scored a TD in each of the Bills' first three games this season.