His first real game in 11 months finally at hand, Le'Veon Bell expected a few jitters. Or maybe a least a small sliver of rust.
Nope. Maybe because the Pittsburgh Steelers running back was too busy providing a needed reminder of what he can do when he's healthy and — perhaps just as importantly — not in trouble with the commissioner's office.
His feet jitterbugging through the Kansas City Chiefs defense with alarming ease, Bell rolled up 178 yards of total offense in a 43-14 romp on Sunday night that showcased just how dangerous the Steelers can look when all of their remarkably talented parts are on the field at the same time.