The Baltimore Ravens will only go as far as their rushing attack will allow them to. In the coming weeks, Le’Veon Bell could play a key role on offense. J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards both suffered season-ending injuries during the preseason for the Ravens. In need of experienced running backs, the Ravens signed veteran Bell.
The former Pittsburgh Steeler is no longer the same player. However, in the Ravens’ high-powered rushing attack, he has the potential to shine. On Saturday morning, NFL insider Mike Garafolo said there’s a chance Bell will make his debut on Sunday. “Since losing J.K. Dobbings and Gus Edwards in the preseason, the Baltimore Ravens have been trying to shuffle this backfield. Based on what I’ve heard, I believe Le’Veon Bell has a chance to make his debut,” Garafolo said. “From the practice squad, he could be promoted..” ”
Two AFC North notes from @gmfb Weekend: #Ravens RB Le’Veon Bell could be set for his debut tomorrow vs. the #Broncos, and #Bengals coach Zac Taylor delivers a comeback win then reported for Dad duty in the morning. pic.twitter.com/tL1yuS6Pxz
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 2, 2021
If Le’Veon Bell does suit up for the Ravens against the Broncos on Sunday, don’t expect him to play much.
Ty’Son Williams and Latavius Murray are two players who Baltimore likes. In a rushing attack like Baltimore’s, it doesn’t really matter who carries the ball as long as turnovers aren’t committed.
Because the Ravens’ running game is plug-and-play, Bell, Williams, and Murray all have a chance to have big games this season. On Sunday, we’ll find out if Baltimore decided to promote Bell from the practice squad. The Ravens will face the Broncos at 4:25 p.m. tomorrow. Nokia News