New York Jets — Le’Veon Bell
Many people are going to see Le’Veon Bell as a proven commodity. It’s not like he’s an aging running back (he enters the 2019 season at 27) or has a lot of tread on the tire (he has a manageable 1,542 career touches). But after a year away from the game and a team change, Bell does come with more risk than a typical first-round lock.
The New York Jets also do have more competition for carries than the past Pittsburgh Steelers’ on which Bell played. Plus, for all the hype surrounding Sam Darnold’s potential breakout season, perhaps we should expect a balanced passing attack from New York.