Le'Veon Bell claims his legs are even stronger after rehab, but even if he just can get back to his 2014 form, he should be as productive as they come.
Bell’s teammate, Antonio Brown, is the top wideout on our list, so the Steelers’ 1–2 punch at the skill positions should be envied by the league. The 48th overall pick in 2013, Bell left college as a bruising workhorse back with questions about his pass-catching prowess and has since become as potent a three-down back as there has been in recent memory. He caught 83 passes during the 2014 season (one more than Rob Gronkowski), en route to 2,200 total yards from scrimmage. He was on an 1,800-plus-yard pace again last season before a knee injury ended his year in Week 8. Bell claims his legs are even stronger now after rehab, but if he even can get back to his ’14 form after his pending four-game suspension, he should again be as productive as they come.