Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy continues to throw shade at his former team --- and his replacement.

The Bills acquired McCoy this past off season in exchange for injured ILB Kiko Alonso which then followed a contract extension worth over $26 million in guaranteed money.

The Eagles countered this by giving DeMarco Murray a massive free agent deal, as well as signing Ryan Mathews in free agency.

Murray has been somewhat eased into the Eagles offense with the worry being his near 400 carries and over 500 touches last season with the Cowboys.

Many experts believe that this coupled with Murray being aided by a stout Cowboys offensive line will lead to a down year from Murray.

McCoy seemed to agree with this school of thought in the latest issue of GQ Magazine.

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

McCoy obviously doesnt think his game stinks, he missed most of the preseason with a hamstring injury but figures to be ready for Sunday's game against the Colts.

These latest comments come just months after McCoy insinuated that his former head coach Chip Kelly makes personnel decisions based on race.