Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell finished the year strong last season gaining 860 yards on 244 carries after sitting out the first three games with a foot injury. He added another 399 yards receiving and broke the team’s rookie record for yards from scrimmage.
But Bell is looking for more consistency in his second year in the NFL, which would include more 100 yard rushing games. As a rookie he only bloke the century mark once, but Bell wants to do it a lot more often in 2014 according to Steelers.com.
“Now I am thinking in my head I want to get it every game now,” said Bell. “It’s something I can work for and hopefully get better at and move forward for next year.
“I want to continue to get bigger, faster and stronger. I just want to make sure I am stronger than this past season. I know what to expect now from the NFL. I want to work on strength, quickness and speed.”
Bell didn’t have much competition in the Steelers’ backfield last year and he could prove to be the workhorse back for the club next season. He may not hit 100 every game, but it will definitely happen more than once as long as he stays healthy.