In his first career postseason game last week against the Dolphins, Le'Veon Bell set a Pittsburgh Steelers franchise record for rushing yards in a postseason game with 167 on the ground. Once you break such a historic record for such a storied franchise it's hard to believe you can get better the following week. Then again, most people are Le'Veon Bell. To follow up his record-setting day in his playoff debut Bell decided to break his own record just seven days later by running for 170 yard against the Chiefs in Kansas City.

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Bell now has run for 90+ yards in his last eight games and have eclipsed the century mark on the ground in seven of those eight match ups. The juice is loose!

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Pittsburgh fan or not, everyone has to be wondering what Bell has in store for the Steelers conference championship game against the Patriots next Sunday, January 22nd at 6:40pm EST on CBS.