LeSean McCoy had a rather successful opening week on the field. He rushed 21 times for 74 yards and caught six passes for 41 yards. The Eagles defeated the Jaguars 34-17, outscoring Jacksonville 34-0 in the second half. Philadelphia was the only NFC East team to start the season with a victory.

On Monday, McCoy expressed frustration, not at the game, but at his waiter, a man named Rob Knelly, at a Philadelphia restaurant called PYT. After eating lunch in a party of four, McCoy picked up a $61.56 tab. However, the running back, who signed a five-year $45 million contract in 2012 with the Eagles, left a 20-cent tip -- or 0.3 percent of the bill.

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While PYT clearly jumped to Rob's side, McCoy's teammates backed the two-time Pro Bowler. Evan Mathis, the Eagles' Pro Bowl guard, even commented on the PYT Facebook post to show his support.

McCoy faced social media attacks for his tipping. The fantasy megastar was unhappy with the service, but didn't get into details, according to tweets from Philadelphia Daily News reporter Les Bowen:

Knelly is a megastar in his own right among Philadelphia-area servers, even though he has said he is a Ravens fan. In the City of Brotherly Love, Rob and PYT have faced McCoy head-on. Rob is an even more popular face in PYT, where McCoy's receipt now stands on a refrigerator.

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McCoy and the Eagles leave town this weekend for a Monday Night Football affair in Indianapolis on Sept. 15. The team returns to Philadelphia against NFC East rival Redskins on Sept. 21.

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On Tuesday afternoon, PYT owner Tommy Up issued this statement on Facebook:

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