PITTSBURGH — There are a lot of differences between college football and the NFL.
One of the ones that Steelers running back Najee Harris has gotten acquainted with through two weeks of his NFL career is being a part of fantasy football.
Harris rushed 16 times for 45 yards and caught one pass for four yards in the season opener at Buffalo, a fairly minimal haul for a fantasy football starting running back.
He said he has one friend that felt the need to tell him about. What did Harris do?
“I hung up on him.”
Harris rebounded with 38 rushing yards and five catches for 43 yards and a touchdown receiving in Week 2 against the Raiders, so he’s off the hook for fantasy football complaints this week.