Why the Steelers Can Beat the Ravens Without Le’Veon Bell

December 31, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A collective silence fell upon Heinz Field as the MVP of the Pittsburgh Steelers fell to the ground in pain. With so much promise heading into the playoffs, the potential loss of Le’Veon Bell was a devastating thought.
Bell suffered a right knee injury after a low hit from Cincinnati Bengals safety Reggie Nelson, and the immediate belief was that the team MVP would be done for the season. However, the MRI results showed that there was no damage to his ligaments, per Scott Brown of ESPN.com. Even so, Bell’s status for Saturday’s playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens is in doubt.
In his weekly press conference, Mike Tomlin said that while Bell is experiencing pain, he was able to work out on an exercise bike, but the team would take it “day-by-day.” He also added that the team would do what is right, even though it is a win-or-go-home scenario on Saturday, via Steelers.com:
Just rest assured, we’re going to make the right decisi...

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