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2021 Dynasty MVPs

We pick out two rookies with tremendous dynasty upside. Should you make your move now before it’s too late?

Najee Harris

We pick out two rookies with tremendous dynasty upside. Should you make your move now before it's too late?


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2021 Dynasty MVPs
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Paul Rodig
2 months ago

I think Najee is being ranked too high. He’ll retain his value into next year without a doubt. While I won’t own any shares of him, I have serious concerns about Pitt’s o-line. The line managed to lose players and it doesn’t look like they will improve this year. Najee is better than Conner, don’t get me wrong, but he only managed 700 rushing yards.

Reply to  Paul Rodig
2 months ago

Paul, you are looking at this the wrong way. I am a Steelers fan and have not missed a game since 1984. It pains me to say this but the O-line from last year was really bad because the “pro bowl” players (Pouncey and DeCastro) were shells of their former selves.
The new guys are the unknown and they may be bad at first but they cannot be worse than the group last year. The rookie guard from last year Kevin Dotson is really good. Friermuth in the second round was a solid pick to sure up the running game as the current TE Ebron cannot (or will not) run block.  
I agree that Harris is an upgrade but Conner is a good RB. Last year there were no holes and the o-line was getting blown back on a regular basis. This also translated into the offense going to a short passing game and not doing much deep passing because the o-line could not hold up. It did take teams a while to figure out the Steelers were one dimensional but when they did, the offense could not do much. 
Having said all of that, Harris has short term value as a Tomiln workhorse back and long-term value as a special type RB that will have to carry the team in the near future. When Ben retires the offense will most likely be more run heavy and Harris will be a top 10 fantasy RB for the next 5-7 years.

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