Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell ran all over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday and on Wednesday it was announced that he has won the AFC Offensive Player of the Week Award for Week 14.
Bell had 298 yards from scrimmage against the Bills and set the Steelers’ single-game record with 236 rushing yards on 38 carries. He also tied the team record with three rushing touchdowns in a single game.
Bell has now won two career Offensive Player of the Week Awards and the only Steelers running back with more is Jerome Bettis, who won the award three times during his career.
Bell is averaging 161.6 yards from scrimmage per game this season and that’s the second-most in a single season in NFL history behind only Priest Holmes (163.4). Over the past five games, Bell has 933 total yards from scrimmage.
— Steelers Depot (@Steelersdepot) December 14, 2016
Earlier this season Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams also won the AFC Offensive Player of the Week Award.