In the end, the touches were pretty even for both backs as was the fantasy production. Warren had a 15-101-1 line while Harris went for 16-82-1. Both backs had four targets but it was Harris who finished with 3-14-0 to Warren's 2-9-0 receiving line. Assuming Warren remains the starter he should have a slight edge in the work going forward. Harris should remain involved but will likely slide back in our rankings week-to-week.
This is a quick turnaround after Harris was apparently taken to the hospital following the game against the Colts, in which he left early with an oblique injury. This could end up being a murky backfield this weekend, so don't drop all of your Warren and Snell shares where you don't need to.
We're another step closer to figuring out the Steelers RB situation for Week 13 against the Falcons. One would expect Warren to get a decent chunk of the workload if Harris doesn't play due to an abdomen issue. Snell would likely factor in as well. If Harris plays, he and Warren should eat up a majority of the work. Continue to monitor the situation.
The good news is, Harris did not suffer a major injury, sources told Rapoport. So while that's nice to hear, there isn't really a lot to go with here for fantasy purposes. If Harris can log some practice time early in the week, it could mean he'll be good to go for Week 13. However, if he can't, we'll have to then monitor Warren's hamstring status. Warren should be next man up if he can play, but if both Harris and Warren are out, it could mean Snell gets a big workload in a nice matchup against the Falcons.