Le'Veon Bell scores game-winning TD with no time left vs Chargers

Le'Veon Bell Wins It with Literally Zero Seconds Left on the Clock
Le'Veon Bell Wins It with Literally Zero Seconds Left on the Clock

For a good amount of time on Monday night, the game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and San Diego Chargers was not an exciting one. However, that all was made up with the way it all ended out west.

The Chargers were up 20-17 with time running down and the Steelers having the ball. Michael Vick was able to lead the offense down the field and they were inside the five-yard line with just a few seconds to go. The Steelers could have just kicked the field goal and took things to overtime.

Instead, the Steelers' coaching staff decided on something just a little more exciting. They decided that they would go for the win and they put the ball in the hands of the only man that could take them to glory — Le'Veon Bell.

Bell lined up in the wildcat and he burst off the left side. He was initially stopped, but he powered his way in on the second effort to get his team the win.

That was definitely quite the gamble there, but it was one that paid off. But if you're gonna out the ball in the hands of anyone with the game on the line, Bell is the one you want.

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