Week 16 vs. Atlanta Falcons
Clyde Edwards-Helaire will miss this week, which means Le'Veon Bell becomes relevant in fantasy once again. It is worth noting that CEH was essentially inactive in Week 13, and Bell only saw 13 touches for 55 yards while playing on 52% of the offensive plays. So while he becomes a relevant play, it's not like he jumps into RB1 territory. Especially when you consider the Falcons have allowed the second-fewest rushing yards, and the second-fewest rushing touchdowns to running backs this season. With the tough matchup (No. 1 aFPA), and Kansas City's use of Bell so far, he should be viewed more in the low-end RB2 range for Week 16. He's a solid play, but don't expect huge numbers.