In just a few days, running back Le’Veon Bell went from being in the worst possible situation to the best possible situation.
Recently released by the struggling New York Jets, Bell has agreed to sign a one-year contract with the reigning Super Bowl champions, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Bell was signed by the Jets in 2018 as a free agent but never clicked with the organization, butting heads with head coach Adam Gase frequently and frequently voicing his displeasure with the way he was being used in the offense.
NFL experts believe that if the dynamic Bell is used to even half of his potential in Kansas City, the Chiefs offense is going to be practically unstoppable.
Bell is one of the most versatile running backs in the league, equally effective running the ball, catching it out of the backfield, and lining up as a receiver.
If there is anyone who is going to know how to use him effectively it’s Chiefs head coach and certified offensive genius, Andy Reed.
Thrown in the fact that Bell will now be playing with the NFL’s best quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, and it’s hard to see him not succeeding in Kansas City.