Faulk, Bell shine in backup roles

Kevin Faulk and Tatum Bell are among a number of backup running backs who could have a big impact on this weekend's games.

Updated: January 13, 2006, 1:59 PM ET
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

On his nine touchdown runs in the regular season, Pittsburgh Steelers reserve tailback Jerome Bettis totaled 21 yards, an average of 2.3 yards per score, with no touchdown for more than five yards, and six of two yards or less.

Tatum Bell, the Denver Broncos' backup tailback, had three scoring runs of 34 yards or more in 2005 and two of 50-plus yards; he averaged 23.9 yards on eight rushing touchdowns and had 10 scampers of 21 yards or more during a season in which he rushed for 921 yards.

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