Now that Le’Veon Bell is back on the football field, nothing can stop him. Not even the laws of physics.
The Pittsburgh Steelers running back took the field Sunday against the St. Louis Rams for the first time in 2015 after serving his two-game suspension.
He got off to a flying start, taking a pass from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in the first half and attempting to reach the moon while hurdling over two Rams defenders.
Humans aren’t supposed to be able to do that, Le’Veon.
Bell hit paydirt shortly after with a 1-yard touchdown plunge, his first of the season.
Between the Steelers’ fast start and some pregame technical difficulties, things aren’t going too well in St. Louis at the moment.