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Le’Veon Bell Will Return as a Top-5 RB in 2019

Will Adam Gase and Sam Darnold vault Le’Veon Bell back into the elite tier of fantasy running backs in 2019? Dave Caban says no, but I say yes.

Le’Veon Is Dead

First things first. Let’s acknowledge that the 406 touches Bell saw in 2017 are staying in 2017; the 100-plus target-a-year player from Pittsburgh is probably gone forever. He’s not a good bet to beat out Christian McCaffrey, Alvin Kamara, or Saquon Barkley for the very top spot in fantasyland. But he can hold his ground among the mortals to stick in the top five overall, and here’s why.

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By Devin McIntyre | @devinmci | Archive