Le'Veon Bell
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New York Jets running back Le’Veon Bell issues a stern warning to all of the haters, after his team’s loss to the New England Patriots.

Le’Veon Bell isn’t quitting. Make no mistake about it. In fact, the New York Jets big-money man from this past offseason is the voice that’s separating from the rest during the tough time that is the 2019 NFL season.

Bell issued a stern warning to all the haters following his team’s 30-14 loss to the New England Patriots.

“(To) all you haters, enjoy it for now … just don’t go Casper when all this gets turned around … we embrace adversity, we embrace the hate, and everyone that wants to see my team fail, or me fail individually, I’ll remember, we’ll remember it ALL, & use it, & wear it as a badge of honor!”

“& all of the fans, we need you! More than ever, don’t give up on this team..just keep believing we’ll get this ship turned around & sailing in the right direction! We’ll give it our ALL and we’ll be back after the bye..we love you all & we appreciate all your support, it’s NEEDED.”

Bell, 27, struggled to get anything going in Week 3. He finished with a meager 35 yards on 18 carries to go along with 28 yards receiving on four grabs.

The entire Jets offense couldn’t muster a thing against Bill Belichick’s rabid defensive unit. Luke Falk put forth a valiant effort at times, but the trenches were lost on nearly every offensive play, making it impossible to generate any sustainability.

After gaining 60 yards on the ground in Week 1 against Buffalo and 68 a week later against Cleveland, Bell’s 35 yards means he’s still searching for his first 100-yard rushing day as a member of Gotham Green.

Bell’s become a voice of reason and hope for the Jets during an otherwise miserable beginning to the season.

The 0-3 New York Jets will limp into the bye week prior to getting back after it against the Eagles in Philadelphia.

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