2. Najee Harris
For weeks now, Jaylen Warren has looked like the most talented and explosive back on this football team. To be frank, it doesn't take much when you're backing up one of the most mediocre running backs in the game.
Najee Harris is in his third season and, once again, is pacing for under 4.0 yards per carry. On the year, he's posting a 3.9 yard average. In this game against the Browns, Harris ran 12 times for 29 yards, and that included a long of 17. Take out that long run and you've got 11 carries for 12 yards.
Meanwhile, it was Warren that gave the Steelers every bit of a chance to win this football game. For the third-straight game, Warren went over 100 total scrimmage yards. That included a 74-yard scamper that should make every NFL highlight reel off the heels of Week 11.
On the team's final drive, for some reason it was Harris out on the field. Now, that's not necessarily his fault. But, had Warren been out there instead of Harris, Pittsburgh would have had a much different opportunity when it came to play-calling.