Le'Veon Bell 2019 Fantasy Outlook

#8 RB Le'Veon Bell 2019 Fantasy Outlook

Le'Veon Bell (Pittsburgh)

6'1", 230 lbs

Bell spent a year out of football, but he signed for big money to be where he wants to be and that is a great thing for the Le'Veon Bell 2019 Fantasy Outlook. I'm not going to flag him for taking a year off, but I'm not sold it does your body good either. Running backs have short lives, but this is a first, so there is some risk.

The numbers are huge. Bell is one of the best running backs with passing game chops we've ever seen. But now he is in New York with the Jets and a young QB and an offensive line that isn't near as good as the pavers he had in Pittsburgh. Bell will still get the work on all three downs, especially after that contract, but can he match the production he had with the Steelers?

Darnold is going to take a step forward and Bell will be a big part of that. The touches will be there but so will the 8 man box which could hurt him when you're picking an RB in the first round. He's great in the passing game too but I think the days of 2,000 total yards are over.

He's still a 3 down bell cow and could get more touches than anybody in the league. A solid pick in the first round.

Le'Veon Bell 2019 Fantasy Outlook

Ceiling- 1,350 rushing, 450 receiving, 12 TD's

Floor- 1,000 rushing, 150 receiving, 6TD's

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