Le'Veon Bell sets record for most yards rushing in first two playoff games
Former Michigan State star Le’Veon Bell was back at it Sunday night.
One week after setting the Pittsburgh single-game postseason yards rushing record (167 yards), Bell bested his own mark (170) en route to helping the Steelers top Kansas City, 18-16, and advance to the AFC championship game.
Bell’s 337 yards rushing the last two weeks are the most by a player in his first two postseason games in NFL history.
Bell and the Steelers play at New England at 5:40 p.m. ET Sunday. The winner will play the Green Bay-Atlanta victor in the Super Bowl.