Before today's game, LeSean McCoy was just 39 yards shy of reaching a huge career milestone.
With seven minutes left in the 2nd quarter of Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins, McCoy ran on a 1st & 10 to eclipse 10,000 career yards. With that mark, McCoy became just the first player in NFL history with 10,000+ rushing yards, 400+ receptions, 4.5+ yards per rush, and 75+ total touchdowns.
It was one of the many highlights Sunday as the Bills beat the Dolphins 24-16 to not just win their final home game of the season, but keep their playoff hopes alive with an 8-6 record.
The Bills held a 21-6 halftime lead after three first half scores. The first came from McCoy on a run. He also scored the 2nd touchdown after catching a pass from Tyrod Taylor. Taylor capped off the first half scoring on a QB keep.
The Bills were held to just a field goal in the 2nd half of play but were able to keep the Dolphins off the board due to some big defensive plays.
Shareece Wright intercepted a Jay Cutler pass in the 3rd quarter to keep the Dolphins off the board while Tre'Davious White had a huge interception in the final minute of play to seal the win.
The Bills are now 8-6 and remain "in the hunt" for that final AFC wildcard spot.
They hit the road next Sunday to take on New England and then wrap up the season against the Dolphins on Sunday, December 31st.