Heath Miller of course returned to the Steelers for the Bears game, and it appears that the offense is set to get another boost at the skill position with return of Le’Veon Bell.
Bell is going through practice and Mike Tomlin expects him to play. Which is good. However, word is that Bell might even start.
- Is it really wise for the Steelers to consider starting Bell?
- Beyond that, what has Bell done to earn the starting role?
But Mike Tomlin has been loathe to anoint rookies, going so far as to rotate Jonathan Scott with Flozell Adams during the 2010 preseason to avoid conferring “starter” status on Maurkice Pouncey.
- Why change now?