LeSean McCoy is struggling to get healthy in Buffalo, but it’s not stopping him from taking shots at the guy that replaced him in Philly.

In an upcoming interview with GQ, McCoy shared his take on DeMarco Murray, sounding like a guy still upset that he was replaced in Philly by the league's leading rusher.

Shady says he believes there is no competition when it comes to him and Murray.

"I think Murray’s good, but I don’t see him as competition as far as the best backs. I like my game a lot.”

McCoy took another jab at Eagles coach Chip Kelly as well, saying that Bills' Rex Ryan allows you to be a man.

“[Ryan] lets you be a man. He won’t say, ‘Be in bed at ten o’clock,’ or check your sleep. He’s just like: Be professionals,” McCoy told the magazine.

McCoy returns to Philly on December 13 in what should be a cold thriller.

By Glenn Erby

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