2020 Fantasy Rankings
Overall # 32 · RB # 19 (Tier 4)
ADP (12-team PPR): 3.11, 36th
Chiefs
Depth

Le'Veon Bell

RB, Kansas City Chiefs

Height 6'1" Weight 244 DOB 1992-02-18 Age 28
College Michigan State

Season Projections
Updated Sep 7
Source FPts RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
RotoBaller 172.5 210 830 3.95 - 5 81 61 475 7.8 - 2 0

2020 fantasy football projections by .

Position Rankings
Rank Name ADP1 Comment
Tier 4
17 Jonathan Taylor, IND 3.06
18 Leonard Fournette, TB 7.02
19 Le'Veon Bell, KC 3.11
20 David Johnson, HOU 3.04
21 Mark Ingram, BAL 4.06
Fantasy News Last 90 Days
  • Le'Veon Bell Scores First Touchdown With Chiefs

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell scored his first touchdown as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 11 versus the Las Vegas Raiders. Bell had his most rushing attempts as a member of the Chiefs with seven for 25 yards and his lone catch was an 11-yard touchdown. Bell looked the best he has since being a member of the Chiefs, but his low volume makes him a risky flex play in weekly leagues with rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire being the teams top back. Bell will look to see some more action against a tough Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defense in Week 12.

    Nov 22 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Continues To Struggle With Chiefs

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell continues to struggle for his new team. The Chiefs were pass heavy on Sunday, but Bell was only able to manage four carries for eight yards and one reception for negative five yards. Bell hasn't been impressive since joining the Chiefs and managers shouldn't let go of him yet, but he should not be started until he can show some value. Bell will have another favorable matchup against the Raiders in Week 11 after the Chiefs come off of their bye.

    Nov 8 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Has A Favorable Week 9 Matchup

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Belldisappointed in Week 8, but has a nice opportunity in a favorable matchup versus the Carolina Panthers in Week 9. The Panthers Defense is allowing 107 yards per game to opposing runners and is also giving up 51 yards a game in passing to them. Both of these benefit Bell, but he will once again be playing second fiddle to rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire. Bell's usage went down from 33% to 26% in his second game with the Chiefs, but managers shouldn't read too much into due to a blow out on the scoreboard last week. Bell has yet to have a breakout game with his new team, but Sunday provides him an excellent opportunity to do so. Bell should be considered a low-end flex option with upside in Week 9.

    Nov 6 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Struggles In Revenge Game

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell didn't put up the numbers he would have liked to against the Jets in a revenge game. Patrick Mahomes took control of the Chiefs offense in this contest and Bell only picked up seven yards on six carries. The veteran also caught three balls for 31 yards. Bell remains the best backup option for rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire and he should put up better performances in the future. Bell should be looked at as a flex option in deeper leagues against the Panthers in Week 9.

    Nov 1 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Ready For Revenge Game

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell will look to have a revenge game against the Jets in Week 8. Bell made his Chiefs debut in Week 7 and saw 33% of the backfield snaps behind rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire. Bell saw six carries in that span and picked up 39 yards, but was not targeted in the pass game. The Jets have allowed 105 yards per game and 45 yards receiving to opposing backs and Bell would certainly like to remind the Jets of what they've missed out on. Edwards-Helaire will continue to be the lead back for the Chiefs, but Bell could see increased action this action and beyond. Bell should be considered at RB3/flex option in Week 8 and beyond for now.

    Oct 30 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Performs Well In Debut

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell rushed six times for 39 yards in his debut with his new team on Sunday against the Denver Broncos. The veteran looked good and started his career with the Chiefs by picking up 13 yards on his first rush. The game for the most part was a blowout and that makes it hard to predict how the Chiefs plan to use Bell long term. Bell will face the Jets in a revenge game in Week 8 and will certainly like to make a strong impression versus his former squad. For now, Clyde Edwards-Helaire remains the running back to own for the Chiefs, but Bell should offer flex value with Andy Reid knowing how to set up his new toy for success and should be rostered in weekly leagues.

    Oct 25 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Could Play 30 Percent Of Snaps

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell could play around 30 percent of the offensive snaps for the Chiefs in his debut for the team, according to James Palmer of the NFL Network. That would be a pretty significant amount of play for Bell in his first game with the team, making him an intriguing flex play in a game where the snow and wind should lead to a lot of rushing attempts. It also knocks a few touches off of our projection for Clyde Edwards-Helaire.

    Oct 25 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Will Debut Against Broncos

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell has impressed so far in practice and will be debuting as a Chief against the Broncos in Week 7. Bell has impressed the Kansas City coaching staff with his quick grasp of the playbook and has reportedly looked very good. Not only does his veteran presence and skill-set project to work well in the Chiefs' scheme, but his mere presence also seems to have lit a fire under rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire, who gashed Buffalo for 161 rushing yards. This is still the rookie's backfield, though Bell could start to eat into his workload a bit-particularly as a receiver- as it gets later into the season. For now, Edwards-Helaire should be looked at as a low-end RB1, with Bell checking in as just a flex option.

    Oct 25 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell
  • Chiefs Not Tipping Their Hand With Le'Veon Bell

    Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said that newly signed running back Le'Veon Bell will practice with the team on Wednesday, but the Chiefs aren't tipping their hand in terms of Bell's availability for Week 7 against the Broncos. "We will take it day by day...really we got to just have good communication between coach and player to see where he is at, but he'll be in at practice and we will see how he does," Reid said, via Hayley Lewis of KSHB Kansas City. Rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire went off for 161 yards on 26 carries on Monday night against Buffalo, but Bell will add another dimension to an offense filled with big-time playmakers. Bell could see plenty of matchups against linebackers in space on passing downs, with the rookie mainly working early downs. Until we get a better idea of Bell's role with his new squad, he'll be a shaky RB3/flex in PPR leagues.

    Oct 21 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Not Able To Practice For About A Week

    Recently signed Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell will have to wait to get onto the practice field due to the league's COVID-19 protocol. The rules state that newly added players can't practice until they test negative for five days straight. After that, they need to test negative on a sixth day along with a point-of-contact test. This means that Bell won't be able to make his first practice appearance with the Chiefs until late next week, at the earliest. Bell owners will have to continue to remain patient with him, while rookieClyde Edwards-Helaire owners should be able to expect at least two more weeks featuring a heavy workload.

    Oct 16 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell Clyde Edwards-Helaire
  • Le'Veon Bell Signs One-Year Deal With Chiefs

    The Kansas City Chiefs signed running back Le'Veon Bell to a one-year deal on Thursday just two days after he was released by the New York Jets. Bell sat out the 2018 season after three Pro Bowl selections and two All-Pro nods with the Steelers and looked like a shell of his former self in the year-plus he spent in New York. The multi-faceted running back now joins the defending Super Bowl champions in head coach Andy Reid's dynamic offense. An already explosive offense now adds another shiny toy to help complement rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire in the backfield. However, the 28-year-old won't play in Week 6 against the Bills, as he'll have to go through six days of COVID-19 protocols. He should be ready to go by Week 7 when the Chiefs face the Broncos. CEH will take a hit with this move, but he'll still be at least a low-end RB2/high-end RB3, while Bell will have flex appeal and RB2 upside in PPR leagues.

    Oct 15 · Source via Chiefs Le'Veon Bell Clyde Edwards-Helaire
  • Bills Have Interest In Le'Veon Bell

    Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott confirmed that the team has interest in signing running back Le'Veon Bell. "We always look into every situation, this being one of them. Trying to improve our football team -- that's all I can say right now," McDermott said. Bell is reportedly deciding between the Bills, Chiefs and Dolphins, and he could make a decision as early as Thursday. It remains to be seen how quickly Bell would be able to pick up a new offense and acclimate himself with Week 6 right around the corner. But a Bell signing in Buffalo would obviously be terrible news for the fantasy value of Devin Singletary and rookie Zack Moss. Buffalo faces Kansas City on Monday night, a team that has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points to running backs this year.

    Oct 15 · Source via Bills Le'Veon Bell Zack Moss Devin Singletary
  • Le'Veon Bell To Choose Between Three Teams

    Former New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell plans to sign with either the Dolphins, Chiefs or Bills, according to a source. Barring a change, Bell will decide on one of those teams as early as Thursday. If he were to land in Miami, he'd immediately get a chance to take out his frustrations on former head coach Adam Gase, which would be pretty fun. In any event, Bell's fantasy value will only go up from here after being underused in New York in a punchless offense. The 28-year-old is still extremely shifty and dangerous in space, but it'll be a bit of a feeling-out process with his new team in terms of his role and how quickly he can get up to speed in a new offense. Devin Singletary, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Myles Gaskin could see a big hit to their fantasy values if Bell joins their squad. Stay tuned.

    Oct 15 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Jets Release Le'Veon Bell

    The New York Jets released running back Le'Veon Bell on Tuesday. The Jets tried to trade Bell, dating back to last year, but his big contract made it difficult to move him. New York signed the former Steeler to a four-year, $52.5 million deal before last season, but he proved to be a massive bust for Gang Green. The release will leave behind $15 million in dead salary cap money for 2020. The 28-year-old still has the skills to be a strong fantasy option in the right situation, and we'd expect him to find a new home in short order. Bell's fantasy value should only go up from here, but we'll wait and see where he lands. Back in New York, veteran Frank Gore should return to a lead-back role, with rookie La'Mical Perine serving in a change-of-pace role. Neither runners will be very attractive, even in deeper leagues, in this poor Jets offense.

    Oct 13 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Adam Gase Could Give Up Play-Calling Duties

    New York Jets head coach Adam Gase said he's considering giving up play-calling duties after the team's 0-5 start for the first time since 1996. "I don't think I'm ever opposed to try something to change things up. I'd say everything is on the table at this point," Gase said. The Jets have scored more than 20 points just once this year. Running back Le'Veon Bell continues to let his frustration with his lack of touches be known on social media. Quarterback Sam Darnold (shoulder) and first-round left tackle Mekhi Becton (shoulder) are hurt, and Joe Flacco was 18-for-33 for 195 yards and a touchdown in the Week 5 loss to the Cardinals. Bell and wide receiver Jamison Crowder are the only Jets skill players on offense you should be trusting in your fantasy lineups on a weekly basis.

    Oct 12 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell Jamison Crowder Sam Darnold Joe Flacco
  • Le'Veon Bell Quiet In Return

    New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell returned for the Week 5 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals after missing each of the last three games. This team desperately needed a spark, but sadly Bell wasn't able to provide that. He rushed 13 times for 60 yards and caught one pass for seven yards in the loss to the Cardinals. Fantasy owners were hopeful that Bell could return and become a reliable contributor once again. Sadly, it's unlikely that happens with the Jets horrendous offensive line. At this point, Bell can be considered a RB3 against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 6.

    Oct 11 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Jets Activate Le'Veon Bell From Injured Reserve

    The New York Jets activated running back Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) from Injured Reserve on Saturday. In corresponding moves, the team signed offensive lineman Jimmy Murray to the active roster and elevated quarterback Mike White and defensive back Lamar Jackson from the practice squad. Linebacker Alec Ogletree and wide receiver Josh Malone were also released. Bell will return to lead-back duties over veteran Frank Gore in Week 5 against the Cardinals. Even though Arizona's defense has allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to the running back position, Bell will be more of an RB3/flex in his first game back since Week 1. New York's offense has been atrocious during their 0-4 start, and quarterback Sam Darnold (shoulder) is out this week.

    Oct 10 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Hopeful To Suit Up For Week 5

    New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) has been practicing this week and could be activated for the Week 5 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals. He has missed each of the last three games due to a hamstring issue. The Jets offense has been horrendous, so Bell's return can only help. It's unclear if Bell will be limited at all, assuming he does suit up. Fantasy owners should consider him a flex option if he plays.

    Oct 8 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Presents Risky RB2 Option Sunday In Return

    Barring a significant setback, New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) is expected to return for Sundays contest versus the Cardinals. Bell has been out of the mix since Week 1, having rushed just six times this season for 14 yards. While he should reclaim top back duties for New York, the Jets offense has been erratic without him, to say the least. Frank Gore and La'Mical Perine are likely to cut into Bells workload at least somewhat, leaving the possibility that the Jets may not fully deploy Bell out of the gates. The Arizona run defense has been run of the mill to this point (124 yards per game), but unless playing in PPR and in dire straits elsewhere, there should be trepidation around rostering Bell so soon in his return.

    Oct 6 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell targeting Week 5 return from IR

    Sep 30 · FF Today Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Jets Put Le'Veon Bell On Injured Reserve

    The New York Jets placed running back Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) on Injured Reserve on Tuesday, according to a source. Bell will be eligible to return in three weeks. The 28-year-old's disappointing two-year run with Gang Green continues, but hopefully he'll be able to return in three weeks as the team's lead back. Veteran Frank Gore should share the backfield duties with Josh Adams moving forward, as rookie La'Mical Perine nursing an ankle injury of his own. Gore will be more of an RB4/flex in standard-scoring leagues in Week 2 against a tough 49ers Defense, while Adams is worth a waiver pickup in deeper PPR leagues.

    Sep 15 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Expected To Miss A Couple Weeks

    New York Jets head coach Adam Gase said "we could be looking at a couple weeks" with running back Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) on the sideline after he was injured in the Week 1 loss to the Bills. The Jets are prepared to start the 37-year-old Frank Gore, the league's third all-time leading rusher, in Week 2 against the 49ers. Gore is San Francisco's all-time leading rusher after playing for them from 2005 to 2014. Rookie La'Mical Perine is recovering from a sprained ankle and might not be ready this weekend. Against a stout 49ers Defense looking for their first win, Gore will be merely an RB4/flex option in deeper leagues, but he's not a bad waiver wire pickup if you own Bell or are already struggling at the position. In the passing attack, receiver Jamison Crowder is likely to benefit the most from Bell's absence.

    Sep 15 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) could be out a 'couple weeks'

    Sep 14 · FantasyPros Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Departs Early Versus Bills

    New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) was expected to bounce back with a revamped offensive line, but that didn't quite happen during his first game of the 2020 season. He rushed six times for 14 yards and had two receptions for 32 yards in the loss to the Buffalo Bills. Bell injured his hamstring during the first half, but tried to play through the issue. Frank Gore took over the rushing duties after Bell left, but at that point the game script was already pass-heavy. Fantasy owners should consider Bell questionable for Week 2 against the San Francisco 49ers.

    Sep 14 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Suffers Hamstring Injury

    New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell (hamstring) left in the third quarter during Sunday's Week 1 encounter with the Buffalo Bills. The veteran didn't get much going before the injury, compiling just six carries for 14 yards and two catches for 32 yards. Fantasy managers will want to monitor his progress heading into Week 2 and prepare to snag Frank Gore off of waivers if Bell cannot suit up against the 49ers.

    Sep 13 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Looking For Bounce-Back Season

    New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell struggled to get much going last season, but it wasn't all his fault. The Jets had a horrendous offensive line, so most running backs would likely to have value. The good news is, the Jets addressed their offensive line issues over the offseason. Bell is expected to bounce back, but his first test will be against the Buffalo Bills in Week 1. The Jets mentioned earlier in the offseason that they want to get Bell more involved in the passing game. That means, Bell should see increased fantasy value in PPR leagues. Fantasy owners should be able to trust Bell as a RB1 this season, but we'll see if the offensive line can hold up.

    Sep 10 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • No Hard Feelings Between Le'Veon Bell, Adam Gase

    New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell said it was a "miscommunication" last week when he dealt with some hamstring tightness in practice. Bell felt that he could keep practicing, but team trainers thought he should sit out and relayed that to head coach Adam Gase. Bell said he spoke to Gase last week about the "hamstring incident." "I know how hard it is to believe that, but we actually like each other," Bell said. It's water under the bridge at this point. The 28-year-old former Steeler was a huge disappointment in his first year with the Jets, but the team upgraded their offensive line and Bell should see more work as a receiver in 2020. There remain plenty of red flags for Bell in his second season with New York, but at his reduced cost this year, he's not a bad low-end RB2.

    Sep 3 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell to be used more as a receiver per Adam Gase

    Sep 1 · FantasyPros Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell Ramps Up Workload Sunday

    New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell may be battling stout competition inside of his locker room, but he received the vast majority of reps during Sundays practice. Bell will have to jockey for carries alongside a stacked backfield, but he got six touches Sunday, including pulling down a receiving touchdown when lined up at receiver. After having been primarily a first-round selection in fantasy drafts in his first season with New York, Bells value has come back to the pack; he remains the Jets most viable offensive commodity, with upside at the 40-50 range. He opens the year against a tenacious Bills Defense in two weeks, giving him little DFS intrigue.

    Aug 30 · Source via Jets Le'Veon Bell
  • Le'Veon Bell struggles with head coach

    Aug 30 · Dynasty League Football Jets Frank Gore Le'Veon Bell
  • Running Back
    Performance Scoring Review · Switch
    Season Team G FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
    2013 PIT 13 173.9 677 (77.3%) 244 860 3.52 - 8 66 45 399 8.9 - 0 1
    2014 PIT 16 287.5 927 (83.4%) 290 1361 4.69 - 8 105 83 854 10.3 - 3 0
    2015 PIT 6 87.2 301 (80.9%) 113 556 4.92 - 3 26 24 136 5.7 - 0 0
    2016 PIT 12 242.4 781 (96.4%) 261 1268 4.86 - 7 94 75 616 8.2 - 2 1
    2017 PIT 15 260.6 945 (90.1%) 321 1291 4.02 75 9 106 85 655 7.7 31 2 2
    2019 NYJ 15 149.0 798 (82.8%) 246 789 3.21 0 3 78 66 461 7.0 0 1 1
    2020 NYJ|KC 6 28.9 151 (39.5%) 42 153 3.64 0 1 8 8 76 9.5 0 0 0
    2020 RotoBaller 172.5 210 830 3.95 - 5 81 61 475 7.8 - 2 0

    2020 fantasy football projections by .

    2020
    Performance Scoring Review · Switch
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
    1 BUF L 17-27 4.6 32 (57.1%) 6 14 2.33 0 0 2 2 32 16.0 0 0 0
    5 ARI L 10-30 6.7 46 (66.7%) 13 60 4.62 0 0 1 1 7 7.0 0 0 0
    7 DEN W 43-16 3.9 17 (33.3%) 6 39 6.50 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 0
    8 NYJ W 35-9 3.8 17 (25.8%) 6 7 1.17 0 0 3 3 31 10.3 0 0 0
    9 CAR W 33-31 0.3 19 (30.6%) 4 8 2.00 0 0 1 1 -5 -5.0 0 0 0
    11 LV W 35-31 9.6 20 (25.6%) 7 25 3.57 0 1 1 1 11 11.0 0 0 0
    2019
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
    1 BUF L 16-17 15.2 72 (100.0%) 17 60 3.53 0 0 9 6 32 5.3 0 1 0
    2 CLE L 3-23 12.9 61 (89.7%) 21 68 3.24 0 0 10 10 61 6.1 0 0 1
    3 NE L 14-30 6.3 51 (100.0%) 18 35 1.94 0 0 4 4 28 7.0 0 0 0
    5 PHI L 6-31 8.8 52 (88.1%) 15 43 2.87 0 0 9 7 45 6.4 0 0 0
    6 DAL W 24-22 11.3 51 (82.3%) 14 50 3.57 0 1 1 1 3 3.0 0 0 0
    7 NE L 0-33 7.6 57 (93.4%) 15 70 4.67 0 0 4 1 6 6.0 0 0 0
    8 JAC L 15-29 3.5 52 (85.2%) 9 23 2.56 0 0 5 3 12 4.0 0 0 0
    9 MIA L 18-26 12.1 63 (90.0%) 17 66 3.88 0 0 9 8 55 6.9 0 0 0
    10 NYG W 34-27 12.8 48 (73.8%) 18 34 1.89 0 1 4 4 34 8.5 0 0 0
    11 WAS W 34-17 15.2 39 (54.9%) 18 59 3.28 0 1 2 2 33 16.5 0 0 0
    12 OAK W 34-3 10.8 36 (57.1%) 12 49 4.08 0 0 5 5 59 11.8 0 0 0
    13 CIN L 6-22 6.7 63 (85.1%) 10 32 3.20 0 0 5 4 35 8.8 0 0 0
    15 BAL L 21-42 8.8 51 (86.4%) 21 87 4.14 0 0 2 2 1 0.5 0 0 0
    16 PIT W 16-10 9.3 56 (91.8%) 25 72 2.88 0 0 4 4 21 5.3 0 0 0
    17 BUF W 13-6 7.7 46 (68.7%) 16 41 2.56 0 0 5 5 36 7.2 0 0 0
    2017
    Wk Opp Score FPts Snp RuAtt RuYd RuAvg RuFD RuTD Tgt Rec ReYd ReAvg ReFD ReTD FL
    1 CLE W 21-18 4.7 43 (71.7%) 10 32 3.20 1 0 6 3 15 5.0 1 0 0
    2 MIN W 26-9 9.1 68 (91.9%) 27 87 3.22 6 0 4 4 4 1.0 0 0 0
    3 CHI L 17-23 15.8 62 (96.9%) 15 61 4.07 4 1 7 6 37 6.2 1 0 0
    4 BAL W 26-9 30.6 69 (90.8%) 35 144 4.11 8 2 6 4 42 10.5 3 0 0
    5 JAC L 9-30 9.3 73 (92.4%) 15 47 3.13 5 0 10 10 46 4.6 3 0 0
    6 KC W 19-13 25.1 58 (90.6%) 32 179 5.59 12 1 6 3 12 4.0 0 0 0
    7 CIN W 29-14 19.2 61 (88.4%) 35 134 3.83 6 0 3 3 58 19.3 2 0 0
    8 DET W 20-15 14.1 60 (93.8%) 25 76 3.04 3 1 3 2 5 2.5 0 0 1
    10 IND W 20-17 11.2 65 (98.5%) 26 80 3.08 5 0 6 5 32 6.4 1 0 0
    11 TEN W 40-17 10.3 68 (89.5%) 12 46 3.83 3 0 11 9 57 6.3 3 0 0
    12 GB W 31-28 18.3 72 (97.3%) 20 95 4.75 4 0 14 12 88 7.3 4 0 1
    13 CIN W 23-20 24.2 63 (95.5%) 18 76 4.22 3 0 6 5 106 21.2 4 1 0
    14 BAL W 39-38 30.5 80 (89.9%) 13 48 3.69 5 2 10 9 77 8.6 3 1 0
    15 NE L 24-27 22.5 57 (85.1%) 24 117 4.88 6 1 6 5 48 9.6 4 0 0
    16 HOU W 34-6 15.7 46 (75.4%) 14 69 4.93 4 1 8 5 28 5.6 2 0 0
    DP JAC L 42-45 20.7 78 (100.0%) 16 59 3.69 2 0 13 9 88 9.8 5 1 0

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 1, 1, 1, 3, 5, 1, 11, 3, 10, 8
    Receiving: 35, 20, 19