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The Pittsburgh Steelers won in Week 4, and Le’Veon Bell received some added accolades for his performance vs. the Ravens.

The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Baltimore Ravens 26-9 at M&T Bank Stadium in Week 4, and a large reason for their success was Le’Veon Bell running the football. Bell’s day was so impressive, it coaxed enough voters to select him as the FedEx Ground Player of the Week winner for Week 4

Bell’s 35 carries for 144 yards (4.1 ypc) and 2 touchdowns certainly was impressive, but what is more impressive about this award is how FedEx now donates $2,000 to the USO in Bell’s name. So, not only were the Steelers winners on Sunday, but the USO is receiving money because of his performance.

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If you didn’t know, in Las Vegas you can bet on anything. The Super Bowl is obviously the greatest example of this, where you can bet on the color of Gatorade which is dumped on the winning head coach, how long the national anthem will take to sing and much, much more. But when it comes to actual football, the gambling is endless.

Most recently, Bookmaker sports book released their odds/props on how running backs will fare this season. Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell is one of the many backs who is listed on the gambling sheet.

Take a look at the prop bets, and think if you would throw money down, which side would you go?

Will Le’Veon Bell rush for 2,000 yards during 2017-18 NFL regular season?

Yes +1400 / No -8500

Le’Veon Bell total rushing + receiving yards during 2017-18 NFL regular season

Over 1100.5 (+120) / Under 1100.5 (-150)

Le’Veon Bell total rushing + receiving touchdowns during 2017-18 NFL regular season

Over 8 (+155) / Under 8 (-200)

Bell wasn’t the only ball carrier to be given prop bet odds. Take a look at the other odds for NFL running backs.

Will any player break the single-season rushing record of 2,105 yards during 2017-18 NFL regular season?

Yes +1000 / No -3500

Will any player break the single-season all-purpose yards record of 2,696 yards during 2017-18 NFL regular season?

Yes +1200 / No -6000

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