Damien Harris Features ‘Boss’ Robert Kraft In New Instagram Post

Veteran running back Damien Harris took to his Instagram to share a post featuring New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

The talented player shared a photo of him and Kraft, and the caption is more than hilarious.

“Boss talk.” Of course.

This photo was probably taken at Gillette Stadium, right before the game between New England and the Arizona Cardinals.

Harris is an excellent contributor to the Patriots offense. He had an incredible performance against Arizona despite his limited opportunities. The second-year running back had 47 yards on 14 carries, and NFL experts praised his contribution.

Patriots fans really like Harris. He gets some run in the team’s backfield after spending his rookie campaign redshirting. Harris has steady playing time this season and he is definitely turning heads across the NFL.

Damien Harris made Robert Kraft really proud

Pro Football Focus ranks Harris as the No.1 graded running back in the league. Yes, this is the very same group that has the names of Dalvin Cook, Derrick Henry, Josh Jacobs, Nick Chubb, Exekiel Elliott and other great running back. Seeing Harris on top of this list is absolutely brilliant. The 23-year-old Alabama product thrives really well with the opportunity he was given.

Harris has 90.8 rating and this puts him above Henry and his 89.0. Cook has a 86.3 rating.

If you go through the grades of great running backs, you’d notice that Harris doesn’t have the same rushing game as Henry. However, he works as a pass catcher and as a pass blocker, so this puts him above his competition.

Harris has been on the field for 196 offensive snaps. Henry had 484 and Cook had 447. As his usage rises, his Pro Bowl competition will pass him on overall grades.

This doesn’t change the fact that Harris is an incredible player. He has a bright future in the NFL, and the Patriots should really get the best of him. Harris can turn into a top contributor for the team in the years that follow. How will he handle the upcoming pressure? The Patriots have to win each of the remaining five games on their schedule.