What do the Patriots have in mind for Le’Veon Bell?

QB Matt Ryan is playing at an MVP level, and you especially like his chances of matching Rodgers’ offensive output at home. But what stood out about Atlanta in Saturday’s victory over the Seattle Seahawks was how dynamic and energetic the Falcons were on the other side of the ball. We’re not used to thinking defense when we think of the Falcons, but their young defensive stars have been difference-makers down the stretch. Green Bay has one of the best pass-protecting offensive lines in the league, and Seattle had one of the worst. But that doesn’t mean Falcons coach Dan Quinn & Co. can’t scheme ways for the Falcons’ defensive team speed to make a difference in coverage or by chasing down Rodgers outside of the pocket better than Dallas did.

It’s not as if the Steelers can’t find other ways to win, but the design and effectiveness of the Patriots’ plan to stop Bell will tell a significant portion of the story of the AFC Championship Game.

With all that in mind, we tapped five Americans to share some of their experiences of what it’s really like to play pro basketball in China.

Randolph Morris: ‘A tremendous experience’

Authentic Kids Nolan Cromwell Jersey Morris, a former standout at the University of Kentucky who played in the NBA with the Knicks and Atlanta Hawks, has enjoyed one of the finest CBA careers of any American. He’s playing in his seventh season with the Beijing Ducks, having joined the franchise in 2010.
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Morris averaged 29.9 points and 12.2 rebounds in his first season with Beijing and has hovered right around 25 points and 10 rebounds over the course of his CBA career. Morris said the quality of CBA play is already good and continuing to improve, which surprises some Americans who come over expecting to produce eye-popping numbers.