Maybe LeSean McCoy can revive the Bills-Dolphins rivalry all by himself.
Buffalo's running back continued his trash talk of Miami's Kiko Alonso during an appearance Friday on ESPN's "First Take."
When asked about his Instagram feud with Alonso, which started when the Dolphins' linebacker posted a picture of himself tackling the Bills' running back -- the image can be seen above -- McCoy first responded "who," before telling the hosts to "ask Philadelphia what they think about Kiko Alonso."
As the crowd booed, the conversation continued.
"I wouldn't say feelings," McCoy said of Alonso. "I'm just being honest. I mean he's solid, I'll give him that. He's alright. He's nothing that you would talk about at this First Take table, but he's OK."
The conversation didn't end there, though.
"It was more just, you know, you put me on your page like you made a big tackle. If you look at the stats I had like two touchdowns for a buck-fifty. It didn't make sense to me. You know? I didn't like that. Don't put me on your page. Like, c'mon."
And then, the hammer: "His dad probably wishes I'm his son."
For what it's worth, McCoy rushed for 128 yards and a touchdown against the Dolphins on Christmas Eve. But that shouldn't get in the way of this feud, which is adding some spice to an old rivalry. McCoy also touches on the Bills' first-round draft pick and the rivalry with the Patriots in the video above.