Finding a quality second running for your fantasy football team is much easier said than done, especially if you wait until after the third round to draft one. But sometimes there are hidden values that are somewhat easy to identify if you look in the right places. James Conner was a late first-round draft pick in 2019 but because of his own injuries and injuries to his quarterback, ended up finishing the season with much lower stats than originally expected.
Now that both the Steelers running back and quarterback are healthy heading into 2020, Conner offers some tremendous value. He’s coming off the board as the No. 38 overall player and RB19 according to our latest Average Draft Position data. Sports Illustrated’s fantasy analyst Shawn Childs and AllSteelers editor Noah Strackbein discuss Conner’s outlook for 2020 and whether the Steelers will give him a workhorse role for the upcoming season.