Najee Harris, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers
There is no doubt that the Pittsburgh Steelers' offense is not very good but even if it was, there is nothing to suggest that Najee Harris would be productive in it. He looks slow and plodding and when someone on social media referred to him as Trent Richardson 2.0 not long ago, I was in agreement.
Harris has rushed for four touchdowns on the season but like Mattison, has not gone over 100 yards and is averaging just 4.0 yards per carry. He has been held to less than 50 yards in six games this season.
If you watch a lot of Steelers games, Jaylen Warren, though limited statistically as well, is clearly the more dynamic back between the two. Harris hasn't even offered much as a receiver, catching 24 passes for 149 yards on the year.
If you happened to draft both Mattison and Harris this year, which would have looked like a solid backfield in August, you have likely had one of the most frustrating fantasy football seasons you have ever experienced.