Steelers travel to Buffalo
This Sunday's game.
The Steelers (7-5) have steered their season in the right direction, winning three straight after a four-game losing streak to move into a tie with Baltimore atop the AFC North standings and within one game of Denver for the final Wild Card spot.
"We are in a good situation right now, but we obviously have to win this game and better," Bell said.
Pittsburgh controls its fate over the final four weeks of this season, but could cede that control with a single loss.
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After averaging 34 points in their first four wins, the Steelers have not scored more than 28 points in each of their last three wins.
A more balanced, ball-control offense has featured Bell more and more as winter approaches.
Bell, a Central Ohio native, knows what it takes to thrive along the Rust Belt this time of year.
"I played high school football in this weather," he said. "I was born into this."