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Daily Fantasy Stock Report: Expect a Heavy Workload for Le’Veon Bell Against Chiefs

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Heeeeee’s back. It looks like Coach Mike Tomlin won’t be easing Le’Veon Bell into action and instead, he’s going to use the fresh running back heavily against the Chiefs. If you have DeAngelo Williams, stash him on your bench because Bell has played all 16 games just once out of his three NFL seasons. Barring health or his weed obsession, Bell will be an elite RB1 from here on out.

This is disgusting. With Arian Foster still sitting in the trainers room, the backfield will be Kenyan Drake, Jay Ajayi, Isaiah Pead and Damien Williams. Drake narrowly led the backfield in touches over Ajayi, while Pead and Williams each had less than ten snaps. Do not stream any of these guys and stay away. Stay far, far away.

Word from our *sources* stated that Jimmy Garoppolo would have played if the Patriots played last Sunday, but sat out due to the short week. Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett both practiced on Tuesday and I would expect Garoppolo to look healthy after sitting out a full two weeks. Expect Julian Edelman, Rob Gronkowski, Martellus Bennett and co. to bounce-back against Rob Ryan’s defense.

Quick Hits:

  • The Bears signed Joique Bell to backup Jordan Howard. Don’t worry Howard owners, Bell sucks.
  • Jarvis Landry (shoulder) returned to practice on Tuesday after having a maintenance Monday
  • Mohamed Sanu (shoulder) missed the second half of MNF, but he should be fine moving forward
  • Steelers WR Eli Rodgers (toe) is in a walking boot and is extremely questionable for Week 4
  • Tyler Eifert (ankle) is unlikely to play Week 4 but is expected back very soon

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