Le’Veon Bell made his debut for the Chiefs in Week 7 and from a fantasy perspective it’s about what we expected. Bell took some baby steps, playing 33% of the snaps, while Clyde Edwards-Helaire maintained his grip on the Chiefs backfield (for now) with 53% of the snaps played. Bell was effective, rushing for 39 yards on six carries (6.50 YPC). While he probably won’t take over lead back duties, Bell’s role will likely gradually increase, and will most likely expand into the Chiefs’ passing game as well.

The New York Jets, Bell’s old team, continued to use Frank Gore and rookie RB La’Mical Perine in a 50/50 split on the field (each had 11 carries), but Perine played 40 snaps to Gore’s 16. 

The RB position is one of the most...