I think you're correct looks like he was a 2nd-team All-Pro 2001 nonetheless our greatest RB of All-Time and only HOF Jets RB our fan base has ever experienced (and enjoyed). What made him pure greatness is defenses (especially with a noodle arm dink and dunker who DC's did not respect in Chad Pennington, who I loved) would stack 7-8 men in the box while focusing on #28 with a bullseye Target and still couldn't stop him from running wild. Le'Veon Bell reminds me a lot like Curtis Martin in terms of style of run/play. Both patient running styles with Hall of Fame field vision and like Martin, Bell is one of the greatest ball carriers who's ever lived to play this game. 1,946 career offensive touches (rushing/receiving) and only 9 fumbles; an average That is an unheard of average of only 1 offensive fumble per every 216 offensive touches?!? Good God! #28 Martin is considered one of the great ball carriers ever @ 1 fumble per every 115.6 touches (Le'Veon's carry to fumble ratio is eye opening).