James Conner Suffers Knee Injury In Week 2, Claims He'll Play In Week 3
James Conner Injures Knee vs. Seahawks
Pittsburgh Steelers running back, James Conner, went down with a knee injury in Week 2, sidelining him for most of 4th Quarter during the team's match-up against the Seattle Seahakws.
Before the injury, Conner ran for 33 yards and a touchdown while catching three passes for 12 yards. Second year back Jaylen Samuels filled in while Conner was sidelined and gained 18 yards on the ground and 13 yards through the air.
Conner's MRI results came back clean and the third year back confirmed he didn't suffer any ligament or bone damage. Conner says he'll suit up in Week 3 against the San Francisco 49ers. Steelers Maven Noah Strackbein joined Bull Market Fantasy to discuss Pittsburgh's backfield situation.