Steelers’ Le’Veon Bell should be the NFL’s MVP front-runner

The Pittsburgh Steelers head into Monday night with a 9-2 record and a 2.5-game lead in the AFC North Joe Montana Authentic Jersey over the Baltimore Ravens. They are the fourth-best team in the NFL per Football Outsiders, the sixth-most talented team per the Steve Largent Authentic Jersey game charters at Pro Football Focus and the sixth-best team per our Power Rankings, giving the Steelers almost Odell Beckham Jr Womens Jersey a 100-percent chance of making the payoffs.But their Dak Prescott Womens Jersey success has not been driven by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Rather, it’s been running back Le’Veon Bell who has been the most valuable to the team’s success this season. In fact, no franchise relies on one player as the Steelers do Bell, who’s been used heavily in both running and passing plays. It’s a usage rate — and his effectiveness with the ball — that makes him a candidate for the league’s Most Valuable Player Award.But that won’t be easy — the previous four MVPs were quarterbacks, and QBs have won nine of the past 10 awards. Thus it is no shock that Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles and Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks get the lion’s share of the attention in this year’s race. Still, Bell deserves to be the front-runner.

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