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Dynasty Fantasy Football Rookie Update: Najee Harris, RB PIT

How well does Najee Harris fit in Pittsburgh? We break it down.

Najee Harris

How well does Najee Harris fit in Pittsburgh? We break it down.

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Dynasty Fantasy Football Rookie Update: Najee Harris, RB PIT
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Chris Greenwood (@dilibuckoyahoo-com)
6 months ago

Loved it! I was able to do a bunch of maneuvering this year. We had one rebuilding team at 1.02 who loved Pitts and Chase went 1.01 so I was able to get 1.03 and select Harris – this makes me really excited for his potential!

Andy Cook (@alc662)
6 months ago

Pump the brakes on “far more talented than Chubb.” Naj is more versatile, yes, but let’s not crown him as superior to Chubb by any significant margin just yet. Love em both, but hyperbole for sure.

Rodolfo Jacinto (@paradox)
Reply to  Andy Cook
6 months ago

I second this. Chubb’s vision is formidable and he rarely gets tackled from behind, unlike Harris. Matt Waldman has even praised his ability to set up safeties for mistakes – yes, third level defenders – before even hitting the line of scrimmage.

Last edited 6 months ago by Rodolfo Jacinto
David Risner (@davedurden1989)
Reply to  Andy Cook
6 months ago

Such a bizarre take. Najee is nice on paper, but considerably more talented than Chubb? Total insanity.

Robert Laswell (@rlrph1)
6 months ago

But what about the steelers having a qb who is basically done and a declining and neglected offensive line over the last 5 years. They were rated as 31st in run blocking last season. Gonna be tough sledding for a bit, even for Harris.

David Risner (@davedurden1989)
6 months ago

The better than Chubb comments are laughable.

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