LeSean McCoy doesn’t sound particularly pleased with his team’s roster movement Friday afternoon.

After a pair of moves left the Buffalo Bills with receiver Jordan Matthews and without Sammy Watkins, McCoy hinted he expects a drop off in talent between the two, saying there’s “obviously a difference.”

“If you compare the two, it’s obvious you can agree who is better,” McCoy said Friday, according to ESPN’s Mike Rodak.

McCoy isn’t giving up hope that the moves will be positive for the Bills, saying he’ll need to “wait and see” what the effect will be. The running back sympathizes with Watkins, having been part of a trade for Kiko Alonso in 2015, saying he’s also been traded for “a guy he’s probably better than.”

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Watkins and Matthews were both drafted in 2014, and while the former Philadelphia Eagle‘s career numbers are better, the new Los Angeles Rams receiver has missed substantial time to injury.

Player GP Rec. Yards TDs
Sammy Watkins 37 153 2459 17
Jordan Matthews 46 225 2673 19

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