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LeSean McCoy's Instagram post suggests week six return for Bills likely

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The Buffalo Bills in something of a mini injury crisis at present and their fans could be forgiven for having some reservations ahead of the team's week six game against the Cincinnati Bengals. 

But, with the status of breakout duo Tyrod Taylor and Karlos Williams clouded in doubt, one of their high-profile teammates may have just given the team a boost at just the right time.


LeSean McCoy, taking to his official Instagram account today, posted a message that certainly sounds like he preparing to return to the gridiron on Sunday.


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The message, uploaded two hours ago, already has over 5,000 likes and his return to action after a two-week absence would certainly provide a huge boost to the AFC East franchise.

McCoy has been held out of action due to a lingering hamstring issue, and there were reports earlier this month that the multi-time Pro Bowler could be facing over a month on the sideline.

But, after Shady impressed in the Bills' practice yesterday, his recovery looks to be well on track.

Rookie running back Karlos Williams has been a revelation in McCoy's absence, rushing for 226 yards and three touchdowns on 42 attempts. 

But the first-year star has been in concussion protocol for over 10 days now and appears unlikely to suit up this weekend, meaning McCoy's return has become all the more crucial as Buffalo look to find a way to overcome the undefeated Bengals.

So far in 2015, McCoy has ran for 146 on 43 attempts, whilst catching seven receptions for 83 yards and a touchdown.

Bills fans: Would you star McCoy or Williams if both were fit? Have your say in the comments below...

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