When the Pittsburgh Steelers take on the rival Baltimore Ravens in the Wild Card round of the playoffs this Saturday, the Steelers could be without running back Le’Veon Bell.
Bell hyperextended his knee during the Steelers’ Week 17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Bell, a 2013 second round draft pick, ran for 1361 yards and eight touchdowns this regular season. Bell was an integral force to the Steelers’ offense, which is ranked second in the entire league.
Undrafted RB Joshua Harris, a former Wake Forest Deamon Decon, would take the bulk of the carries if Bell couldn’t play. RB’s Dri Archer and Ben Tate are also available.
Bell is a cornerstone of the Steelers’ offense. He would certainly be missed if he was sidelined.