Joique Bell
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Sports Injury Alert | Jul 23rd
This past week, Detroit Lions RB Joique Bell expressed his confidence during his recovery from a left knee injury sustained during the off-season. This comes just one week before Bell and other injured Lions are supposed to come to training camp. In a recent article published by the Detroit Free Press, Bell was quoted saying,“I'm making a lot of progress, a lot of progress. Actually started ...
The New York Times | Jul 23rd
Bell could handle more of the early down work in this timeshare health permitting.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
8 TD's and 1,000+ yards in 2013 make him a solid hand-cuff RB to Reggie Bush. If you draft Reggie then you have to go after Bell.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 20th
The consensus thus far in the off season is that Bell could be the early down back and Reggie Bush will perform in most passing situations. With Caldwell now the head coach, look for a much more balanced offense.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Joique Bell seems like the favorite to start in Detroit and should see 1,000 plus rushing yards with 6-8 touchdowns this season.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Bell is likely to lead the Lions in carries with RB Reggie Bush serving as the third down back and change of pace back. Look for Bell to be the fantasy back to own in Detroit in 2014. He is a solid RB2 with his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield and score rushing touchdowns.
Rotoprofessor | Jun 12th
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Everyone expected Reggie Bush to play a big role in his first season in Detroit, which he did, with 1,512 total yards and 7 TD. What people didn’t expect was for Joique Bell to also play a major role
4for4.com | Jun 4th
The guy who finished 2013 as fantasy football’s 15th highest scoring running back was largely a complementary player who, in point per reception (PPR) leagues, notched one fantasy point for every single time he touched the football. That’s Detroit Lions running back Joique Bell, of course, and despite a steady flow of reports charging t...