By Derek Brown (FantasyPros), Thu, Sep 29th 2022, 1:05pm EDT
Najee Harris (80%, 47) dominated snaps over Jaylen Warren (20%, 12) in Week 3. He also out-touched him 18 to 5. Although Warren looked explosive in his limited touches compiling 30 rushing yards on just four carries. Harris rushed 15 times for 56 yards. Considering Harris' workload and injury entering the season, Warren needs to be stashed. He'd likely be an immediate plug-in play fantasy RB2 should Harris miss anytime...even in the Steelers' uninspiring offense. In Week 4 versus the Jets, Harris is a backend fantasy RB1 as he continues to get the necessary volume to score fantasy points. But be warned that his receiving usage - 48% route participation in Week 3 - has decreased tremendously from last season, making him more dependent on rushing production. Not ideal for a running back that ranks second-to-last in rushing yards over expectation per attempt (-1.14).