Facing his locker, LeSean McCoy took a few minutes to get dressed in a three-piece suit. It was 20 minutes after Kansas City’s 40-26 win Sunday in Jacksonville, and McCoy had just rushed for a game-best 81 yards in his first outing in a Chiefs uniform.
Upon turning around, he spotted a couple of reporters waiting to speak with him.
“LeSean,” one of them began.
“Man,” he interrupted. “This offense is amazing, isn’t it? I’m just glad to be part of it.”
An integral part of it, as it turns out.
McCoy finished with 81 yards on 10 carries. Starter Damien Williams had 13 carries for 26 yards and a touchdown.
Williams caught six passes. McCoy caught one.
Williams (45 snaps) was on the field more than double the number of plays as McCoy (20), but both were factors in the offense. The split — which also included rookie Darwin Thompson catching one three-yard pass on two snaps — played out according to plan.