Not everyone is on the same page when talking about Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown, but one analyst says they’ll miss being Pittsburgh Steelers.
Skip Bayless, Fox1 analyst, usually isn’t a fan of how things are run in Pittsburgh. He’s been critical of Mike Tomlin and Ben Roethlisberger in the past, and has become someone of a Steelers critic during his time in the sports industry. But yesterday, fans were in aw watching him speak about Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown.
Bayless, speaking with co-host Shannon Sharpe on Undisputed, said that Bell and Brown will miss being part of the Steelers because of the success. Joining the Raiders and Jets, the two All-Pro players are headed to two of the worst teams of the 2018 season. Even at their lowest, Pittsburgh barely missed the playoffs last season.
Many people have to agree. Brown made it known publicly that he just wants to go somewhere that wants to win, but chances are he’s not going to see that in Oakland. Despite adding talent this offseason, the Raiders had too many holes to fill to bounce back in one offseason.
On top of that, there are questions about Derek Carr and without a true running back, the offense is still very questionable. Brown is going to have to understand he’s not headed to a Super Bowl franchise in Oakland.
For Bell, he got his money, well some of it, but he’s certainly not headed to the promise land either. The Jets just added a new coach and until Sam Darnold finds his traction, this offense is very weak. They made a ton of moves this offseason, adding C.J. Mosley on defense, along with a number of other players, but chances are they still need time before they’re ready to make a playoff run.