Sure, LeSean McCoy has said some things, done some things against the Philadelphia Eagles since being traded to Buffalo last March.

He has a roller coaster of a return to Philadelphia on Sunday in his team's 23-20 loss to the Eagles which all but ended any chances at a wildcard birth in the AFC.

Early last week he made headlines when he said he would shake the hand of Eagles head coach Chip Kelly.

Then, he shared an embrace with Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie during pregame warm ups and kissed the Eagles logo at midfield while being the only captain for the Bills for the coin toss.

During the game, he had a "Shady" McCoy type of first half, but only accounted for 109 yards in the end en route to the 3-point loss. After the game ended, he bolted toward the locker room and blew off reporters after getting dressed.

It was what he did before the game in the tunnel of Lincoln Financial Field that should be also recognized.

This kind of moment should add to the love/hate relationship many fans have of McCoy. Good thing you won't be seeing him at the Linc anytime soon.