EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY – OCTOBER 11: Le’Veon Bell # 26 of the New York Jets (Photo by Mike Stobe / Getty Images)
Bell will be sported by Clyde Edwards-Helaire, but we have yet to see exactly how Andy Reid and Eric Bieniemy will present the former All-Pro running back Kansas City acquired Bell at a low price in the free agents after being cut by the Jets Bell received a good payout during his more season in New York, so he was ready to strike a cheap deal with a chance to win the Super Bowl
The Chiefs head to snow-capped Denver this week, and Bell is set to show exactly what he left in the tank for arguably the AFC favorite to reach the Super Bowl
There is no weakness on the Chiefs’ offense The receiving core includes Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, Mecole Hardman and Travis Kelce Full backs are elite and the offensive line is among the most consistent in football Not to mention that Patrick Mahomes is by far the best quarterback in the NFL How do opposing defenses hope to stop KC?
At his best, Bell was a multidimensional running back who could injure you in the run and passing game. He would automatically become the NFL’s third-best third, but the Chiefs will by no means limit his production to a few games per match
KC won’t be afraid to play both Bell and Edwards-Helaire at the same time, as the former can be flanked as needed as a decent slot receiver, or at least a decoy. seem a little unfair
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