"It's definitely not good," said Steelers RB LeVeon Bell when talking about the team's red zone inefficiencies. On the year, the Steelers have reached the red zone 29 times, but have only managed to score 12 touchdowns.
That red zone touchdown conversion rate ranks as the second-worst in the league. They've also only converted 3-of-14 red zone attempts in their past four games.
"We've got to make it happen when we get the opportunity," Bell said. "Teams will eventually make you pay if you don't. It's something we have to work on."
Bell and Brown are obvious must-starts every week, but we know how valuable touchdowns are for fantasy purposes. On the year, Brown and Bell have a combined eight touchdowns. This week they face a Colts defense that has allowed a combined 23 touchdowns through the air (13) and ground (10), so hopefully, the dynamic Pittsburgh duo will have plenty of opportunities to add to their touchdown totals. Bell and Brown are both ranked at the top of their respective positions for Week 10.