Chiefs' Le'Veon Bell (knee) unlikely to play Sunday
Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell (knee) is not likely to play in today's game against the Buffalo Bills.
Bell injured his knee during the Chiefs' nail-biting win over the Cleveland Browns last week and wasn't able to practice during the week leading up to today's game. He's a longshot to play, and would likely be limited if he can suit up.
The team may not have Bell for Sunday's AFC Championship game, but will likely have Clyde Edwards-Helaire returning from the hip injury that's sidelined him since the end of the season. Our models currently project Edwards-Helaire to lead the Chiefs' backfield and to tally 11.2 fantasy points.
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