Le’Veon Bell Fantasy Football Names

With these Le’Veon Bell Fantasy Football Names you won’t have to demonstrate the patience that the running back does. Bell’s unique style of running – showing patience for holes to open up and then exploding through them – has helped him and the Steelers enjoy a strong record against opponents. Bell does so many things well including running, receiving and blocking – he’s truly an all-purpose back. A Michigan State Spartan in college, he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second round.

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Fantasy Football Names Le’Veon Bell

  • Le’Veon on a Prayer.
  • Saved By Le’ Bell.
  • Le’Veon la Vida Loca.
  • When the Le’Veon Breaks.
  • Le’Veon on a Jet Plane.

Le'Veon Bell Fantasy Football Names

Le’Veon Bell Trivia

What tattoo does Le’Veon Bell have on his left arm? He has John 3:15 with the words “That whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life.” On his other arm, he has Jeremiah 1:5.

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Le’Veon Bell Fantasy Football Names

  • Le’Veon Let Die.
  • For whom the Bell tolls.
  • Le’Veon my Wayward Son.
  • Le’Veon Likes His Money. (with apologies to Elton John)

Bell attended Michigan State.

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Le’Veon Bell Fun Facts

• Bell holds the Pittsburgh Steelers record for most yards rushing on a Monday Night Football game with 204 yards rushed against the Titans. He also holds the Steelers overall rushing record for a game with 236 yards.

• He played with quarterback Kirk Cousins, now the QB of the Washington Redskins, on the Michigan State Spartans football team.

• He’s the first player to ever rush for 220 rushing yards, gain 60 receiving yards and score at least three touchdowns. Bell had 298 all purpose yards in one game. Not a bad day’s work.

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