Williams led the AFC in rushing yards over the first two weeks of the season playing in place of the suspended Le'Veon Bell, but with the latter returning Sunday, the former all but disappeared. There was talk before the game that Williams would still get a decent amount of touches, but Bell dominated the backfield, rushing 19 times for 62 yards and a touchdown while also catching seven passes on eight targets for 70 receiving yards. Given the split, it's tough to see Williams making a meaningful fantasy impact while Bell starts ahead of him.
Steelers RB DeAngelo Williams sees limited action in win
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