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Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell
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Steel City Underground presents "Plays of the Year" featuring the tops runs, catches, hits and everything else in-between for the Steelers 2017 season.

This will go down as one of those "are you kidding me?" plays of the 2017 season.

The Steelers trekked to Cincinnati for a Week 13 road encounter with their AFC North rivals, the Bengals. Having won six-straight games, could Pittsburgh go on the road and defeat their division foe after narrowly escaping the previous week against the Packers?

Down 17-3 at the half, the Steelers received the ball after the defense forced the Bengals to a three-and-out to start the half. If Pittsburgh were to make something happen, they had to do it now.

Always patient and light on his feet, Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell provided a much-needed spark with about nine minutes left in the third quarter.

It was 2nd-and-10 from the Cincinnati 35, following a deep pass attempt in the end zone where Antonio Brown couldn't retain possession of the ball. The bad luck looked like it might keep rolling through the night, but a turn of events happened as Bell took a check-down pass from Ben Roethlisberger on the next play, and turned nothing (literally) into something.

Note: Bengals CB William Jackson III is the player who doesn't make the extra contact with Bell to make sure he's out of bounds but may have anticipated he would've been out and possibly flagged for a late hit... in a game where the referees were throwing flags for anything. (And everything!)

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