McCoy had 20 touchdowns last season and shook the perception that he wasn't sturdy enough to be an every-down back. At 208 pounds, McCoy carries his weight extremely well. He has darting quickness to sneak out of trouble in the backfield and a long, explosive jump stride to make safeties look silly in the open field. McCoy is fast in a straight line, too -- don't be fooled by his 4.5-second clocking in Indianapolis -- and won't likely see many eight-man fronts with Michael Vick and DeSean Jackson on the field. McCoy has lost only three fumbles in 801 career touches. At one time he wasn't as decisive to and through the line behind a fullback or motion H-back, but has adjusted to reading an extra blocker. The comparison to Brian Westbrook is fair. We don't expect a 90-reception season from McCoy anytime soon (Westbrook did it in 2007), but the quickness, skill set and versatility cause the tale of the tape analysis. The better Fantasy back? The former Eagle, though, never had more than 14 total TDs in a season.