For a rookie running back, Harris landed in arguably the best spot possible. With James Conner gone, the Steelers have 12.8 vacated touches per game, and Harris figures to get all of that work and more. The last 10 first round rookie running backs who drew at least 10 starts averaged 284 touches for 1424 total yards and 9.4 touchdowns. The resulting 15.1 PPG (half-PPR) would have landed between Jonathan Taylor and Joe Mixon as last season’s No. 10 RB. The only real concern with Harris is the Steelers’ subpar offensive line.