Le'Veon Bell, the man is magic. In his first playoff game he set a Steelers franchise record in rushing yards.
Bell ended up finishing the day with 2 more yards on the ground for a grand total of 167. He also found the end zone twice, as did teammate Antonio Brown.
Bell broke the rushing yards record held by Franco Harris who ran for 158 and a score against the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IX -42 years ago. Bell also did his damage on 5 fewer carries for an average of 5.75YPC; compared to 4.64YPC for Harris.
Bell now has rushed for over 100 yards in six of his last seven games dating back to the regular season. No matter which defense is in front of Bell, the words of Dan Patrick have never rung more true; 'you can't stop him, you can only hope to contain him.'