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McCoy scored three TD’s against Chip Kelly, 49ers

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

LeSean McCoy took out his frustration on the San Francisco 49ers defense. The Buffalo Bills running back was facing his former coach for the second time since he was traded.

McCoy was previously with the Philadelphia Eagles when Chip Kelly was the head coach. Then, Kelly traded McCoy to the Bills for Kiko Alonso, who previously played for Kelly while he was the head coach at Oregon.

McCoy carried the ball 19 times for a 140 yards and three touchdowns. The Bills won the contest 45-16.

LeSean McCoy (Getty Images)

LeSean McCoy (Getty Images)

The Bills used McCoy in several different ways for him to score. His first score came on the right side for a four-yard touchdown.

Then he scored on a direct snap for a 12-yard touchdown following the left guard. That put the Bills up 13-10.

In the fourth quarter, he scored following the right guard for an 18-yard touchdown.

Last December in a 23-20 loss to the Eagles, McCoy had 20 carries for 74 yards.

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