Whether you’re a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers or not, you’ll love their running back DeAngelo Williams.
Williams, the NFL’s oldest running back, gobbled up 94 yards on 32 carries as the Steelers knocked off the division rival Cincinnati Bengals. The 33-year-old veteran has 303 yards from scrimmage (237 rushing; 66 receiving) and three scores, and last season he completed 204 yards with the team lacking main running back.
This season, Williams got a chance to start as the Steelers starting running back Le’Veon Bell will miss the first three games due to suspension. After led the team beat the Cincinnati Tigers on Sunday, Williams unwilling to hear views about his ability far away from the backup running back.
“No! I am an insurance policy,” Williams said. “I’m driving the car till L-Bell gets back. I’m trying to keep us in good position till he gets back. That’s good with me. When I came here, I came here to win a Super Bowl. That’s the only thing I care about.”
Williams may lead the league running table next week, and he will return the task to Bell after the fourth week games.