Kansas City Chiefs: 3 Keys To Victory
By Nick Floyd
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2. Contain Le’Veon Bell
In Bell, the Steelers have finally found the backfield bruiser that they’ve been searching for.
In 2014, the dual threat has amassed 2,043 yards from scrimmage and 10 total touchdowns. Bell is a handful in the ground game, which spells trouble for a Chiefs defense that is ranked 28th versus the run. But even if the Chiefs effectively stack the box, they still have to find a way to stop him in the passing game. Bell is a versatile pass-catcher who can light up secondaries in the blink of an eye.
In other words, the Chiefs need to keep Bell in front of them. He loves contact, so the Chiefs will need another weekend of solid tackling in order to keep him at bay.