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Jerome Bettis

42-Year-Old Running Back – Free Agent

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2014 Fantasy Football Outlook

There was no outlook written for Jerome Bettis in 2014. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.

HT: 5'11    WT: 255   DOB: 2/16/1972  College: University of Notre Dame  Show ContractHide Contract

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Jerome Bettis Contract Information:

Bettis and Pittsburgh agreed on a one-year contract worth $1.5 million in February of 2005. Retired February of 2006.

February 6, 2006  –  Jerome Bettis News

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Bettis announced his retirement after Pittsburgh beat Seattle in Super Bowl XL. He had 14 carries for 43 yards in his last game.

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Jerome Bettis NFL Stats
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Jerome Bettis Fantasy/Red Zone Stats
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Jerome Bettis: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Bettis extended his touchdown streak to five games with a three-yard score in the second quarter of Sunday's AFC Championship win over Denver.

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Bettis (hamstring) was having a typically strong running day in Indianapolis before a fumble with just over a minute remaining in regulation nearly cost the Steelers their season.

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Bettis is listed as probable (hamstring) on the team's injury report heading into Sunday's rematch with the Colts.

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Bettis added to his impressive touchdown collection against Cincinnati, scoring from five yards out while gaining 52 yards on 10 carries.

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Bettis has rushed for more career touchdowns (17) and more yards (1670) against the Bengals than any other team in the league.

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With seven touchdowns in his last five games, Bettis would be a strong touchdown candidate against any team, let alone the 28th-ranked run defense in the NFL. While Willie Parker will likely rack up more yards, the Bus is a better bet to find the end zone.
Bettis rushed for a career-high three touchdowns in a 35-21 win over the Lions on Sunday.

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Willie Parker has decided to ask Steelers head coach Bill Cowher to give Bettis the start in what could be his last game at Heinz Field on Sunday, KDKA.com reports.

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Bettis may be the Steelers' safest bet to score a touchdown Sunday afternoon against the Lions.

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Bettis rushed for 24 yards and a touchdown on seven carries in Saturday’s win against the Browns.

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Bettis (quad) rushed for 16 yards on nine carries and no touchdowns in Pittsburgh's 18-3 win over the Vikings Sunday afternoon.

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Bettis (quad) practiced Friday and will play in Sunday's game against the Vikings, ESPN's John Clayton reports.

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Indoors this Sunday, it would surprise us if Bettis was as busy or productive as he was last week in Chicago, but he is always a threat to score if given short-yardage opportunities.

RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Jerome Bettis.

2006

Bettis retired after helping the Steelers win Super Bowl XL in his hometown of Detroit, Michigan.

2005

There were lots of “this Bus has a flat tire” jokes before last season, but if your fantasy team played Bettis in Weeks 9-12 when he had four consecutive 100-yard games and three scores, we doubt you laughed. Of course, Bettis wasn’t much more than a goal-line specialist before running mate Duce Staley got hurt, but once Bettis had the backfield to himself, he recorded six 100-yard efforts in nine games. And Bettis was outstanding around the goal line, using his powerful legs and surprisingly quick feet to convert 12-of-23 attempts from inside the five into scores. Bettis had talked of retirement after Pittsburgh’s loss to New England in the AFC Championship, and still hasn’t totally committed to returning for 2005, but at press time it’s likely he’ll be back. With Staley healthy again, and Bettis, at 33 and with 3,369 career carries under his belt, don’t expect too many more 100-yard outings for the Bus, but he could still be a good option in touchdown leagues if he plays.

2004

Bettis is no longer the feature back in Pittsburgh. Duce Staley was signed to be the Steelers' all-purpose ground gainer. Bettis will be limited to 10 touches or less per game, making him only a handcuff to Staley for Staley owners. In scoring only leagues Bettis may prove useful but wait for training camp to see if he'll be a fixture in goal-line formations.

2003

Bettis will start the 2003 season as the No. 2 running back behind Amos Zereoue. Is this the end of the line for The Bus, or will he have another run or two left in him? Hard to say. He's no longer someone you can grab with confidence.