Le’Veon Bell flips into end zone for first career score, breathes life into dormant Steelers run game

Eric Edholm

The Pittsburgh Steelers need anything they can to get excited about, and the return to action of rookie running back Le'Veon Bell certainly qualifies.

Making his NFL debut after missing the first three games with a knee injury, Bell didn't wait long to make his impact. He took his fourth NFL carry around right end and ended up in the end zone in quite a flourish.

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The Steelers trailed the Minnesota Vikings 10-0 at the time and needed the jolt. Later on, Bell scored a second TD to keep the Steelers within a field goal one more time.

Did Mike Tomlin love the flip at the end? No, probably not. Is he glad he has Bell now to help an anemic run game? Oh yeah.

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