8. Le’Veon Bell
Bell surely has one of the best agents in the game. After a nightmare time with the New York Jets, he finally left that purgatory for the reigning Super Bowl champions. He left the worst team in the NFL for the best in the Kansas City Chiefs. However, he definitely doesn’t merit a starting place with Kansas at the moment ahead of Clyde Edwards-Helaire.
Bell rushed for just 3.2 yards per game in 2019. Yes, we know the Jets were terrible but we’re still talking about a supposedly elite player. Diamonds shine in a bed of coal and the best players will drag their franchise up by the scruff of the neck. Bell isn’t the same player that he was for the Steelers because he no longer has the physical skills required to give his team a rare cutting edge.