By Dan Catterson, Lions Correspondent, Wed, Jul 30th 10:26pm EDT
Joique Bell's knee has been pain-free, allowing him to participate fully in camp. (Source: MLive.com
Fantasy Impact: Bell rested his sore knee most of the offseason, but it was never a real concern. Bell is poised to produce this season while serving as the Lions' 1B running back to Reggie Bush 1A. Look for his current fifth round ADP to climb slightly as we near the season, and immediately soar should Bush get injured.
By Steve Myette, Lions Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 12:37pm EDT
Lions.com beat writer, Tim Twentyman, reports that all five starters from last year’s offensive line will return this season. (Source: DetroitLions.com
Fantasy Impact: He enjoyed significant fantasy success behind this line last year and things only project to get better with the continued development of G Larry Warford, who graded out as PFF’s 14th best run blocker as a rookie, and the added depth third-round rookie C Travis Swanson should bring. I’d feel very comfortable going into the season with Bell as my RB2.
Rotoworld | Jul 31st
Joique Bell (knee) is cutting and accelerating "with ease" at Lions camp.
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...