Le'Veon Bell
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  • 225 lbs
  • 6' 1"
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Scouting report

by Jordan Heck

KC RB Le'Veon Bell - Week 13 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 13 vs. Denver Broncos

Le'Veon Bell had 32 scrimmage yards last week, which is about par for the course for Bell with the Chiefs. Since arriving in Kansas City, Bell is averaging 29.6 yards while scoring once in five games. Bell isn't very involved, averaging 5.6 carries and 1.4 receptions for the Chiefs. If you want someone to get around 30-40 yards with a small chance of a touchdown, then Bell is your guy.

by Jordan Heck

KC RB Le'Veon Bell - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Le'Veon Bell finished with eight touches last week (7 carries, 1 reception) for 36 yards and his first touchdown as a Chief. Bell is averaging just under 30 yards since joining the Chiefs and doesn't have a major role in the offense. In three of his four games with the Chiefs, he's seen one target or fewer. That means his value comes more as a runner, and this week he's facing a Bucs defense that has allowed the fewest total rushing yards to running backs. Bell is not a viable option in Week 12.

by Jordan Heck

KC RB Le'Veon Bell - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 at Las Vegas Raiders

Le'Veon Bell has simultaneously hurt Clyde Edwards-Helaire's stock while not doing much himself. Bell has seen a total of 20 touches in three games with the Chiefs for a total of 80 yards. Divide those 80 yards by three games and you get 26.6 yards per game. Not great. Bell has also played fewer than 20 snaps in each game he's played, limiting his opportunities for production in the first place. He gets a favorable matchup against the Raiders in Week 11, but it won't mean much if he doesn't get touches. He's not much more than a desperation flex play.

by Jordan Heck

KC RB Le'Veon Bell - Week 9 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 9 vs. Carolina Panthers

Le'Veon Bell has been more of an annoyance to Clyde Edwards-Helaire owners rather than a valuable asset himself since joining the Chiefs. Bell finished with nine touches last week, and was involved in the passing game (3-31) after seeing zero targets in his first game with Kansas City. We like Bell as a strong flex play this week in a favorable matchup against the Panthers (No. 28 aFPA). The Panthers have allowed the fifth-most total rushing yards to backs, and the second-most total receiving yards to backs.

by Jordan Heck

KC RB Le'Veon Bell - Week 8 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 8 vs. New York Jets

Le'Veon Bell had an OK debut for the Chiefs, rushing six times for 39 yards (with no targets as a receiver). It was hard to tell too much from the last game, however, as the Chiefs only ran 51 offensive plays. Clyde Edwards-Helaire is still the clear No. 1, but Bell is certainly being involved more than previous running backs in this offense. Bell is an interesting option this week as he gets a revenge game matchup against the Jets. We're projecting double-digit touches for Bell in Week 8, making him a decent flex option in a favorable matchup.

by Jordan Heck

KC RB Le'Veon Bell - Week 7 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 7 at Denver Broncos

Le'Veon Bell joins a high-powered Chiefs offense, and it'll be interesting to see how his role develops as the season goes on. Considering CEH is coming off of a 169-yard game, he should still be the projected starter in this offense. It's impossible to know just how much Bell will be involved, but we're projecting fewer than 10 touches in his first game with the Chiefs. He'll be a very risky flex play in a brutal matchup against the Broncos (No. 1 aFPA) in Week 7.

by Chris Kucharski

NYJ RB Le'Veon Bell - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 1 at Buffalo
LeVeon Bell's first season with the Jets was good, but not what we are used to seeing from him when he was with Pittsburgh. He still had 311 touches for 1,250 yards from scrimmage, but the rushing numbers were disappointing with 789 yards and 3.2 yards per carry and he only had four touchdowns. We will see if the Jets offense improves but no matter what happens, we expect Bell to still get touches as he is their best offensive player.

Bell will face the Bills in the opener. Buffalo was 17th in aFPA to running backs in 2019. Bell was very average in the two meeting against them last season as he didn't eclipse the 100 total yard mark in either game.

Bell will get the touches because the Jets just don't have great weapons. So volume makes him valuable. Against the Bills for Week 1, he ranks a high-end RB3 or Flex in standard leagues while he is an RB2 in PPR leagues.

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