Bills head coach Rex Ryan said on Tuesday that LeSean McCoy would be able to play in Sunday’s regular season opener against the Cleveland Browns. One thing’s for sure, his presence is very important for the Bills. 

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“McCoy going one way, Tyrod [Taylor] going the other, that’s going to be miserable for defenses,” said ESPN Monday Night Football Analyst Jon Gruden, on with Mike and Mike, Tuesday morning on 104.5 The Team.

“You’re going to see all kinds of different runs. Read options, power plays, perimeter tosses. It’s going to be an extensive run list.”

Without McCoy? The run list is not only limited, but it’s rookie Karlos Williams that is now currently listed as the number two running back in Buffalo. With the recent release of Fred Jackson, McCoy’s production in 2015 has never been so important.

The Bills host the Cleveland Browns in Buffalo, this Sunday at 1 o'clock in the afternoon.