• Le'Veon Bell

  • RB
  • , New York Jets
  • 28
  • 244 lbs
  • 6' 1"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Bell’s efficiency should improve behind a better offensive line, though the arrival of Frank Gore certainly threatens Bell’s volume as a potential bellcow back. Gore has seen between 10.3 and 11.1 carries per game in the last two seasons in Miami and Buffalo. Last year, Bell saw 245 carries in 15 games and the No. 2 back, Bilal Powell, only averaged 4.5 carries per game. If Gore sees more work than that, it will infringe on Bell’s usage that led to a so-so No. 17 finish last year. The rushing pie needs to increase for Bell to return RB2 value in 2020.

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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ RB Le'Veon Bell - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Le'Veon Bell has had a very good NFL career so far as a dual-threat in the running game and passing game. Last season, he had 1,250 yards from scrimmage which for his standards was low, but he still had 311 touches. Bell acknowledged that and has worked out like a demon in the off-season. His history says he can bounce back with big numbers and he still is the best offensive weapon on the Jets,

Fantasy Upside
Last year's rushing numbers were down for Bell who ended up with only 789 yards and three rushing touchdowns. Only the season where he played six games because of injury were his numbers lower. There is also speculation that head coach Adam Gase plans to give touches to veteran Frank Gore and fourth-round draft pick Lamical Perine. Bell wasn't close to being the fantasy player in Pittsburgh and it doesn't look like he will ever get to that level again.

2020 Bottom Line
Bell still has fantasy value, but it's just not what we have seen when he was with the Steelers. He currently has an ADP of 35 which has teams taking him in the third or fourth rounds. He has even more value in PPR leagues as we saw him catch 66 passes last season. But there is risk because the Jets offense was a mess under Gase last season, and there wasn't much help in the off-season. Bell is the 21st ranked fantasy running back and will serve you well as an RB2 for 2020.

2020 Strength of Schedule - NYJ

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
17
@BUF
2
SF
8
@IND
7
DEN
18
ARI
19
@LAC
17
BUF
25
@KC
4
NE
26
@MIA
BYE26
MIA
20
LV
16
@SEA
13
@LAR
29
CLE
4
@NE

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats

WeekOppRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRSTDPPRSnaps%
1BUF1760003.53632195.3317.223.272/72100.0%
2CLE2168013.2410610106.1010.920.961/6889.7%
3@NE1835001.94428047.006.310.351/51100.0%
4BYE--------------
5@PHI1543002.87745096.438.815.852/5988.1%
6DAL1450103.5713013.0011.312.351/6282.3%
7NE1570004.6716046.007.68.657/6193.4%
8@JAX923002.56312054.003.56.552/6185.2%
9@MIA1766003.88855096.8812.120.163/7090.0%
10NYG1834101.89434048.5012.816.848/6573.8%
11@WAS1859103.282330216.5015.217.239/7154.9%
12LV1249004.085590511.8010.815.836/6357.1%
13@CIN1032003.20435058.756.710.763/7485.1%
14MIA--------------
15@BAL2187004.1421020.508.810.851/5986.4%
16PIT2572002.88421045.259.313.356/6191.8%
17@BUF1641002.56536057.207.712.746/6768.7%
Per game16.4052.600.200.073.214.4030.730.075.206.989.9314.3353.20/64.2783.12%
Totals246789313.21664611786.98149215798/96483.12%
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