Ranking All 32 Starting NFL Running Backs From Worst To Best

1. Le’Veon Bell – Pittsburgh Steelers

2016 stats: 261 carries, 1,268 rushing yards (4.9 yards per carry), 7 rushing touchdowns, 75 catches, 616 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdowns
Career stats: 908 carries, 4,045 rushing yards (4.5 yards per carry), 26 rushing touchdowns, 227 catches, 2,005 receiving yards, 5 receiving touchdowns

Despite the frequent distractions involving violations of the league’s substance abuse policy, when on the field, Le’Veon Bell has proven himself to be the best running back in football. Bell’s talent as both a rusher and pass catcher is unmatched. His unorthodox, extremely patient running style works perfectly with his sharp cuts and deceptive power. Fresh off a season averaging 157 total yards per game, the 25 year-old has a legitimate chance to one day be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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