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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRob View Post
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    [URL="https://twitter.com/evansilva"] Evan Silva ‏@evansilva [/URL] [URL="https://twitter.com/evansilva/status/327931521870753792"]11m[/URL] New [URL="https://twitter.com/search?q=%23Steelers&src=hash"]#Steelers[/URL] RB Le'Veon Bell should be among early NFL Offensive Rookie of Year favorites. Excels in pass game, could score a lot of TDs.
    hmm...rookie of the year. I remember hearing that before

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    I just watched a couple highlight videos on Youtube of Le'Veon Bell. There were a lot of big holes for him to run through, he takes a lot of runs to the outside (it will be more difficult to get outside of an NFL caliber linebacker), and I didn't see a lot of broken tackles for a big running back. He did looked quick, caught passes and used blocks well. I also didn't see any blitz pickup, so I'm not sure what he'll be like pass protecting for Ben.

    I think he may have been drafted a round too early.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papillon View Post
    I just watched a couple highlight videos on Youtube of Le'Veon Bell. There were a lot of big holes for him to run through, he takes a lot of runs to the outside (it will be more difficult to get outside of an NFL caliber linebacker), and I didn't see a lot of broken tackles for a big running back. He did looked quick, caught passes and used blocks well. I also didn't see any blitz pickup, so I'm not sure what he'll be like pass protecting for Ben.

    I think he may have been drafted a round too early.

    Pappy
    The general consensus seems to be, he's a soft back in a big back body.

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