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LeSean McCoy was a sore loser after the Eagles beat the Bills


LeSean McCoy didn't get the revenge game he was likely seeking in his first trip back to Lincoln Financial Field. The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Buffalo Bills on Sunday by a final score of 23-20.

McCoy was noticeably upset after the loss, which is completely understandable. He was the first player to run off the field, opting not to shake hands and exchange pleasantries with his former teammates. Once a fan-favorite in Philadelphia, McCoy was loudly booed by Eagles fans as he ran into the tunnel. McCoy expressed his frustration in the Bills' locker room.

The frustration didn't stop there. Instead of simply declining to talk, McCoy actually made reporters wait a considerable amount of time for him to get dressed. When he finally addressed the media, this was all he had to say:

McCoy finished the game with 20 carries for 74 yards, a 3.7 average. It wasn't enough to help his new team beat his old one.

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