He stops. He surveys. He stutters. He goes.
Le’Veon Bell is no typical running back.
The Pittsburgh Steelers star is so calm, so patient, so deliberate, it’s as if he’s waiting for a door to swing open before he chooses a hole to run through. Like the uncommon apostrophe in his first name, he’s got that hiccup hesitation with the ball in his hands, then explodes through a defense.
“I’m standing back there and I’m watching and I’m like, ‘Uh, are you going to go any time here?’” quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said with a smile, describing Bell’s unusual style, which will be on display Sunday when the Steelers play at Kansas City in a divisional game that’s expected to be...