Le'Veon Bell continues to sit while James Conner had 163 total yards in the Pittsburgh Steelers' 23-16 win over the Baltimore Ravens.

Bell's status remains uncertain, but many of his teammates have moved on.

"Honestly, no one cares anymore," David DeCastro said. "Why would I? I don't want to waste the energy. I have to block some of the best players on the best defense in the world. Do you think I'm going to worry about a guy who's not here?"

"I don't want to take anything away from James, but the big boys up front are opening holes," Mike Tomlin said. "It's a collective effort. James is going above and beyond. I'm more pleased by what he's doing in the passing game (Conner had seven receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown against Baltimore) and as far as blitz pickup. That's a little more unique than the rushing. We knew he could run the ball ever since he showed up at Pitt (Conner played at the University of Pittsburgh) at 18 or 19."