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WR Percy Harvin - Seattle Seahawks

5-11, 192Born: 5-28-1988College: FloridaDrafted: Round 1, pick 22

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Though the Seahawks brass used Golden Tate all season as a punt returner and currently rank Percy Harvin atop the team's depth chart at kick returner, they might be more likely to spread some returns amongst other players given Harvin's injury history.

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From the upgrade/downgrade report (Mon Sep 22): We knew the Seahawks would use a committee approach among the wide receivers after Harvin on the depth chart, but beyond the shallow routes across the formation, it's hard to see Harvin's use in this passing attack. He also wasn't used to stretch the defense horizontally, which is a hit to his weekly outlook. He's more like a boom/bust WR2/WR3 than the WR1 he looked like in the past and in Week 1.

Week 4: bye week

Recent Stats and Projections

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1 vs GB 4 41 0 7 7 59 0 0
2 at SD 2 45 1 1 1 5 0 1
3 vs DEN 0 0 0 9 7 42 0 0

Recent Game Summaries

2014 Week 1 vs GB (7 / 7 / 59 / 0 rec, 4 / 41 / 0 rush)

Harvin was thrown to early and often. He rushed the ball, dangerously taking the ball in stride as he motioned through the backfield on numerous occasions. On those plays, the defense just couldn't contain him. He would easily hit the first down marker before the defenders could get a hand on him. The majority of balls thrown his way were of the very short variety. He is far and away the first look in the passing game. His biggest play came on a crossing pattern, in which his coverage (two defenders) ran into each other like keystone cops, allowing Harvin to be off with a catch-and-run for 33 yards. As a bonus, he also looked fantastic on kick returns.

2014 Week 2 vs SD (1 / 1 / 5 / 0 rec, 2 / 45 / 1 rush)

Harvin started the game off with a short catch, and then a 51 yard scoring run on a pitch play. It happened so quickly and looked too easy as he went completely untouched into the end zone. What looked like a piece of brilliant sideline running became controversial after the fact, but the Chargers did not challenge the play. A little later, Harvin fumbled a kickoff return, and (for whatever reason) didn't see the ball again until way late in the 4th quarter.

2014 Week 3 vs DEN (9 / 7 / 42 / 0 rec)

Harvin looked good catching the ball, but didn't get very far with any of them. He made the most of it, with a couple of speedy routes that got the Seahawks first downs. But overall he was pretty well contained by the defense, and had no big plays. Russell Wilson's interception was intended for Harvin, who was in position to catch the high pass, but it was tipped on the way. He was an integral part of the OT scoring drive with two short first down catches.

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Seattle Seahawks Team Links

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Staff Dynasty Rankings

WR Dynasty - 8, 6, 10, 12, 14
Overall Dynasty - 18, 15, 28

Footballguys Articles

Faceoff: Finding a Future Dynasty Stud
  FBG Staff - June 11
From The Gut
  Sigmund Bloom - June 6
My First Post-Draft Mock Draft Team
  Sigmund Bloom - May 22
Examining the Potential Situations for 2014 Rookie Quarterbacks
  Cian Fahey - April 11
The Gut Check No.296 - Late-Round WR Watch
  Matt Waldman - June 9
NFC Roster Check Pre-Free Agency
  Jeff Tefertiller - March 8
Talent vs. System: Pump The Brakes or Ready To Fly?
  Ari Ingel - August 28
What if Percy Harvin is lost for the season?
  Heath Cummings - August 18
Draft To Trade: The Early Rounds
  Heath Cummings - August 8
Sunday IDP Notes: Week 3
  Jene Bramel - September 21

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Post-Draft Dynasty Ranks - WR
  Mike Clay - May 23
Learning how to find fantasy football sleepers could make your season
  David Gonos - May 29
The Shy-Away Top 40
  Evan Silva - August 19
Fantasy Football 2014 draft prep: Seattle Seahawks team preview
  Michael Beller - August 1
ADP First Look: Overvalued
  Adam Levitan - July 22
WR Primer: To the point, PPR leagues changing fantasy draft mentality
  Brad Evans - July 22
Finding smaller WRs who can excel
  Christopher Harris - July 21
Fantasy Power Rankings No. 25 Seattle
  Tyler Loechner - July 21
Springing Forward or Falling Back?
  Kirk Hollis - July 16

Schedule

4--- BYE WEEK ---
5@ Washington Redskins
6vs Dallas Cowboys
7@ St. Louis Rams
8@ Carolina Panthers
9vs Oakland Raiders
10vs New York Giants
11@ Kansas City Chiefs
12vs Arizona Cardinals
13@ San Francisco 49ers
14@ Philadelphia Eagles
15vs San Francisco 49ers
16@ Arizona Cardinals
17vs St. Louis Rams