Found September 26, 2013 on PPR Fantasy Football:
After much anticipation, it looks like the Steelers could finally roll out rookie sensation Le’Veon Bell for Week 4 against the Vikings. While it isn’t a sure thing, Mike Tomlin used the word might, it would certainly give the Steelers a boost in the backfield. It’s been no surprise that none of the guys like Isaac Redman, Jonathan Dwyer or Felix Jones have panned out thus far. They just aren’t good. The question now is if Bell does start, do you play him? Bell is better than all 3 of the above players combined. He could be on a snap count. But if he does start, we’ve seen stranger things happen from players who weren’t supposed to do much. Brian Hoyer anyone? I’d take a chance on him if he is a definite go. Of course, Bell could need more time and everything I just talked about goes down the toilet for another week. Speaking of Hoyer………. Josh Gordon – Savior Of The Universe! And Brian Hoyer To!!!! Coming off a suspension, Gordon’s fantasy day couldn’t have gone any better after catc
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