Pittsburgh’s All-Pro tandem of Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown are about to hit the open market. Which (if any) would you want to see join the Detroit Lions?
In case you haven’t heard, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ two best offensive players both want out of town. Both of them played college ball in the state of Michigan, both would take an immense load off of Matthew Stafford, and both would provide an immediate and potentially franchise-changing boost to the Detroit Lions‘ offense.
The downside is that neither of them ended the 2018 season in good standing with their team, neither is a guarantee to fit into the Lions’ desired locker room culture, and neither will be cheap to obtain.
Perhaps the biggest story of the 2019 NFL offseason is the ongoing speculation on where disgruntled Steelers stars Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell will end up. If the Lions happen to throw their hat in the ring and make a move for one of them, who would you rather have in Honolulu blue?
These are only a few of the factors at play here, and I obviously don’t have the whole picture or know how Bob Quinn feels about either of these guys, but here’s my take on it …