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.

What It Means:

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.