It feels like ages ago since we last saw Le’Veon Bell step on a professional football field. After multiple standout fantasy seasons in the Steel City, Bell inked a large deal to be the bell cow back for the New York Football Jets! After missing the 2018 season over his infamous contract dispute, his body was spared a year of wear-and-tear, which in theory, bodes well for coming back refreshed, revitalized and ready for the rigors of the NFL. Heading into the 2019 season, Bell’s talent isn’t in question, but more so whether or not he can produce at the elite fantasy level in New York like he did in Pittsburgh.

Bell was a workhorse for Mike Tomlin, taking the majority of the team’s rushing attempts and consistently being involved in the passing attack. Will this be the case in New York? It certainly should be. Other than Bell, the Jets have Elijah McGuire , Trenton Cannon , De’Angelo Henderson and Ty Montgomery . At receiver, the team has Robby Anderson , Quincy Enunwa and