Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
1 week ago

Bell rushed 12 times for 46 yards and brought in nine of 11 targets for 57 yards in Thursday's 40-17 win over the Titans.

EDGE Analysis

Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau appeared intent on not allowing Bell to beat the Titans on the ground, leading to the standout running back's lowest carry total since the opener versus the Browns. The 25-year-old's yardage tally was also his worst since that contest, but Bell helped make it up to fantasy owners with his second-most prolific reception total of the campaign. Bell's usage continues to be through the roof in most games, rendering him an elite option in all season-long and daily formats despite a current 3.8 yards per carry figure that's his lowest since his rookie season. He'll look to get his numbers on the ground back up versus the Packers in a Week 12 home showdown.

Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
2 weeks ago

Bell rushed 26 times for 80 yards and hauled in five of six targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 20-17 win over the Colts.

EDGE Analysis

Bell saw a heavy workload on the ground for the fifth time in the last six contests. The sixth-year tailback has logged no less than 25 carries in those games, and although he's managed less than 4.0 yards per tote in the last three contests, the sheer volume he's seeing has helped him generate solid-to-spectacular fantasy production. As customary, Bell also retains a sizable role in the passing game, keeping him at elite status in all formats. He'll look to continue his strong stretch of play in just four days in a Thursday night Week 11 tilt versus the Titans.

Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
4 weeks ago

Bell rushed 25 times for 76 yards and a touchdown while catching two of three targets for an additional five yards during Sunday's 20-15 victory over the Lions.

EDGE Analysis

The Lions entered Sunday's game having allowed just 3.7 yards per rush, the fifth-lowest mark in the league. Thus, it's fair to give Bell a pass for his inefficient outing that was salvaged by a five-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Having now seen at least 25 carries in five of eight games this season, Bell approaches the Steelers' Week 9 bye with one of the highest floors in fantasy football and will likely be one of the most popular DFS plays in Week 10 against a porous Indianapolis defense.

Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
1 month ago

Bell rushed 35 times for 134 yards and secured all three of his targets for 58 yards during Sunday's 29-14 victory over the Bengals.

EDGE Analysis

Although it wasn't the most efficient outing of his career, Bell was still fed enough touches to top 180 yards of total offense for the third time in four weeks. Unsurprisingly, he saw at least 38 combined carries plus targets in each of those contests, showing just how reliant the Steelers are in their two-time All-Pro tailback. Going forward, it only makes sense for Pittsburgh to continue approaching games with a plan to outlast opponents behind a heavy dose of Bell and its elite defensive unit. Despite having a tough matchup on deck against a Lions defense that's allowed the 10th-fewest rushing yards per game through Week 7, Bell remains one of the safest plays in the fantasy football.

Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
1 month ago

Bell carried 32 times for 179 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's game against the Chiefs. He also caught three of six targets for 12 more yards in the 19-13 win.

EDGE Analysis

Bell gashed the hosts early and often in this one, averaging an impressive 5.6 yards per carry against one of the top run defenses in the NFL. He posted his highest rushing output of the season and scored his fourth touchdown in the last four games with a three-yard plunge at the start of the second quarter. Bell has produced at en elite level over that aforementioned stretch, averaging 142 scrimmage yards per game on a whopping 120 touches. He will look to continue this stellar run of form next week against the Bengals.

Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
2 months ago

Bell rushed 15 times for 47 yards and caught all 10 of his targets for 46 more in Sunday's 30-9 loss to the Jaguars.

EDGE Analysis

Bell fell flat as a rusher despite the favorable matchup against the NFL's worst run defense, but provided decent value to PPR league owners despite falling short of 100 yards from scrimmage for the fourth time in five weeks. While he's still doing plenty of damage as a receiver out of the backfield, it's tough to argue that Bell's offseason holdout hasn't had a negative effect on his rushing abilities. He's averaging just 3.6 yards per carry this year after finishing at 4.9 in each of the past two seasons.

Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
2 months ago

Bell, who busted out for 144 yards last week, could have another big game in Week 5 against the Jaguars, who rank last in rushing defense, Phillip Heilman of the Florida Times-Union reports.

EDGE Analysis

Bell carried the ball 35 times in Week 4's win over the Ravens and figures to approach 30 carries against the league's worst rush defense in Week 5. Jacksonville's defense ranks first in pass defense, but has allowed 165.5 rushing yards per game and 5.7 yards per carry after being gashed for 256 yards on the ground by the Jets in Week 4. Additionally, their five rushing touchdowns allowed is third-most behind the Colts (six) and Rams (seven).

Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
2 months ago

Bell carried 35 times for 144 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's game against the Ravens. He also caught four of six targets for an additional 42 yards.

EDGE Analysis

In a game where Antonio Brown accounted for just 34 yards, Bell took on a massive workload and didn't disappoint. He plowed across the goal line from a yard out in the second quarter and repeated the feat just before the final whistle. Bell's early-season struggles are a thing of the past at this point, as his production has increased each week, culminating in this outburst. He will look to keep it going next week against a Jaguars defense that allowed the Jets to run wild on Sunday.

Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
2 months ago

Bell rushed 15 times for 61 yards and a touchdown while catching six of seven targets for 37 yards in Sunday's 23-17 overtime loss to the Bears.

EDGE Analysis

Bell found pay dirt for the first time this season on a one-yard plunge in the third quarter and approached 100 total yards despite being largely contained once again. His season average of 3.5 yards per carry represents a major drop from the 25-year-old running back's 4.9 mark from each of the previous two campaigns. Even so, Bell's heavy workload and involvement in the passing game makes him an elite option every week.

Le'Veon Bell
RB PIT (9)
2 months ago

Bell rushed 27 times for 87 yards and caught all four of his targets for another four yards in Sunday's 26-9 win over the Vikings.

EDGE Analysis

Bell was given a massive workloard as his side led throughout the game, but he was held to just 3.2 yards per carry by a stout Minnesota front. He was also rendered ineffective in the passing game, failing to gain yardage on three of his receptions. Bell hasn't produced a monstrous fantasy outing just yet, but the large jump in usage was a positive sign for his prospects moving forward. He will look to break out in a more favorable matchup with the Bears next week.