Both sides have made cases to why they feel Le'Veon Bell was or was not a solid pick for the Steelers in the second round.
On one hand, this was a draft the Steelers absolutely needed to find players, and it can be fairly argued Bell wasn't even the best running back, let alone player, at No. 48.
On the other, a team simply can't control who's going to fall to them, and since trading up likely wasn't an option (due to the need to keep as many picks as possible), they decided to take the guy they wanted.
Good strategy? Bad? Only time will tell, obviously, but weigh in with your opinion here and vote in the poll, we're compiling these for a draft review piece set for after the draft.