Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor, January 8, 2017
Le'Veon Bell or Ezekiel Elliott?
Regardless of one's choice for the NFL's top running back (both starred in the Big Ten, by the way), Bell put on an absolute show Sunday afternoon in Pittsburgh's easy AFC Wild Card victory over Miami.
The former Michigan State standout ran for a Steeelers' franchise single-game playoff record 167 yards, to go along with a pair of touchdowns.
Bell, who totaled 1,884 yards and nine touchdwons in the regular, and Pittsburgh travel to Kansas City next week.