It feels like McCoy has been around for several years, but he’ll be just 25 when the season opens and is still very much in his prime. And as long as he can stay healthy he should rack up scores of fantasy points in new head coach Chip Kelly’s scheme. McCoy missed four games due to a concussion last season, but generally has been durable despite his 5-11, 208-pound frame. He has missed a total of six games through his first four seasons. What’s difficult to predict is exactly how McCoy’s role will pan out under Kelly. We know McCoy has a 4.6-yard career average per carry and has averaged 55 catches per season, so it’s safe to assume he’ll touch the ball around 300 times as long as he stays healthy. The other factor is the dynamic aspect Bryce Brown displayed when McCoy was out last season. Will he take just enough carries to keep McCoy fresh or carve out more of a significant role for himself?