Le’Veon Who? In a full season without Le’Veon Bell heading the Pittsburgh backfield, James Conner did an excellent job in being a dual-threat option out of the backfield, allowing Ben Roethlisberger to continue without a hitch. The Pittsburgh offense threw the football more than they ever have, 675 times to be exact, but Conner was still able to carve out a nice role by averaging 16.5 carries per game. Last season, Conner rushed for 973 yards and 12 touchdowns, and also added 55 receptions for 497 yards and one touchdown in the passing attack. When you add in his average of 4.2 receptions per game, Conner averaged over 20 touches per game last season, re-emphasizing his “workhorse” label. Will that continue in 2019, however, is the real question here, considering the Steelers have come out and said they envision second-year back Jaylen Samuels being involved as well. Unfortunately, the term “tandem backfield” has been tossed around, but I strongly believe that this will not be a...