32. Le’Veon Bell, RB, Kansas City
One of the most gifted running backs of his era, it took eight seasons for Bell to reach his first Super Bowl appearance. The irony of Bell’s current situation is that he would have almost certainly been a top-10 lock for this sort of ranking had he made the championship game during any other point in his career. Bell has had a forgettable year after spending the first two weeks with the Jets. He didn’t suit up for KC’s win over the Bills in the AFC Championship game, but he could be ready to go on Feb 7. If he’s healthy, don’t be surprised if the two-time All-Pro turns back the clock and makes some plays.
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