Another game, another day where Harris showed that he’s the best running back in the sport. This is different, though. His six catches and 61 receiving yards are far more important moving forward than his 96 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns. Why? The offense is evolving, of course.
It’s fair to say that opposing defensive coordinators will key on him a little bit more now that Waddle is out of the lineup, but Sarkisian is an innovative mind. As stated above, he always seems to be one step ahead. Could Harris line up wide? Could he be targeted through the air seven or eight times per game? I think so. If nothing else, his prowess through the air was on display again on Saturday.
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