Just when the Pittsburgh Steelers were finally get the full breadth of their offense back, the Steelers have lost Le'Veon Bell for the second time this season. 

Though Ben Roethlisberger made his return from injury, the Steelers lost Bell on a short catch and run early on in their game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Bell's leg got caught up underneath him as Bengals defender Vontaze Burfict fell on top of it. After missing the rest of the game, ESPN's Adam Schefter is reporting that Bell "badly tore" his MCL, and will most likely be placed on injured reserve. 

MRI showed Le'Veon Bell "badly tore" his MCL, as @steelersdepot reported. Bell will be re-evaluated Monday, but season-ending IR likely.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 2, 2015

Bell, who missed the first two games of the regular season because of a suspension, is a huge loss for a team that was looking to right itself offensively after having to use a combination of Michael Vick and Landry Jones at quarterback for the past few weeks.

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[Via @AdamSchefter]