LeVeon Bell went down immediately after being hit low by Bengal's safety Reggie Nelson and Steeler Nation collectively held their breath. Replays showed how devastating the injury might be and the pain on Bell's face had the hearts of the black and yellow sunk. Reports said that Bell could hardly walk on Tuesday; however, an MRI revealed no ligament damage and the diagnosis was a little more promising as it stated that the talented second year player from Michgan State had a hyperextended knee.
The Steelers have not officially ruled him out for this weekend's game, but if Bell cannot go this weekend look for Dri Archer and Josh Harris to suit up for the Steelers.
To add more depth, the Steelers announced the signing of former Viking and Browns running back Ben Tate. While the Steelers might have lost a major part of their Killer Bees trio, the team should have enough firepower between Big Ben and the league's top receiver, Antonio Brown, to beat the Ravens.
Expect another hard hitting AFC playoff game on Saturday night.