The Pittsburgh Steelers currently lead the AFC North standings, and with Ben Roethlisberger returning soon, will be expecting a real playoff run as we approach the winter months.
Currently sitting on a 4-3 record, the Steelers head into week nine facing a rivalry clash against the Baltimore Ravens that they will be desperate to get another win from, boosting their status in the division.
For Le'Veon Bell, however, it seems that the Ravens aren't his biggest rivals. That honour belongs to the Cincinnati Bengals, well, at least judging by the running back's new rap track that is.
The running back and rapper, who goes by the name Juice, dropped a new track Wednesday called "Rappin' Athlete" that takes aim at the team in tiger stripes as well as one notable former quarterback.
In it, Bell spits, "All these haters at me / You need to check my rap sheet / You better take the backseat like you play in Cincinnati."
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback, and current student/professional partier, Johnny Manziel also gets a shout-out on the song, with Bell pronouncing, "I'm balling like I'm Johnny Manziel, back when he in college."
That's got to be a burn. Back at Texas A&M, Manziel was 'Johnny Football', the biggest thing sliced bread and had way more moves than any loaf of white or brown.
Nowadays, Manziel is back at TAMU - well, sort of - as he takes online classes to try and finish his degree while stilling living in California, his football career already escaping the grasps of his talented fingertips.