For starters, running back Le'Veon Bell didn't play in that game.
What has he
meant to the Steelers the past nine games?
Brown: I have been really impressed with Bell
, who has transformed the moribund ground game the Bengals saw in Week 2.
is averaging only 3.4 yards per carry, but he
has shown serious flashes as a runner while also helping in the passing game as a receiver and blocker whom quarterback Ben Roethlisberger trusts to pick up blitzing linebackers.
I'd imagine, watching from afar, that Bell is in a similar position to fellow rookie Bernard.
The one thing Bell
has yet to do is record a 100-yard rushing game, and I'm guessing this isn't the week Steelers fans and fantasy football owners should expect Bell to go over 100.