Thursday night’s Ravens-Steelers matchup got off to a bit of a slow start, but Pittsburgh running back Le’Veon Bell submitted one heck of a highlight towards the end of the first half. On a handoff in the red zone, Bell tried to find a hole on the left side of the field but failed to identify any openings. It looked like he was dead in the water and destined for a loss of yardage.
But as Bell managed to elude the grasp of defenders, he started to switch gears and take it to the other side of the field, where he had blocking and space. As he chugged towards the end zone, he received a helping hand from quarterback Mike Vick, who threw a key block to get Bell into the end zone for the touchdown.
We’re willing to ignore the fact that refs missed a blatant holding penalty on Steelers fullback Will Johnson, just because the first half desperately needed a great highlight like this.