July 27, 2016

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Season Schedule

  • Week 1 - Sep 07

    BUF @ CHI

  • Week 2 - Sep 14

    MIA @ BUF

  • Week 3 - Sep 21

    SD @ BUF

  • Week 4 - Sep 28

    BUF @ HOU

  • Week 5 - Oct 05

    BUF @ DET

  • Week 6 - Oct 12

    NE @ BUF

  • Week 7 - Oct 19

    MIN @ BUF

  • Week 8 - Oct 26

    BUF @ NYJ

  • Week 9 - Nov 02


  • Week 10 - Nov 09

    KC @ BUF

  • Week 11 - Nov 13

    BUF @ MIA

  • Week 12 - Nov 23

    NYJ @ BUF

  • Week 13 - Nov 30

    CLE @ BUF

  • Week 14 - Dec 07

    BUF @ DEN

  • Week 15 - Dec 14

    GB @ BUF

  • Week 16 - Dec 21

    BUF @ OAK

  • Week 17 - Dec 28

    BUF @ NE

  • Week 1 - Sep 09

    BUF 28 @ NYJ 48

  • Week 2 - Sep 16

    KC 17 @ BUF 35

  • Week 3 - Sep 23

    BUF 24 @ CLE 14

  • Week 4 - Sep 30

    NE 52 @ BUF 28

  • Week 5 - Oct 07

    BUF 3 @ SF 45

  • Week 6 - Oct 14

    BUF @ ARI

  • Week 7 - Oct 21

    TEN @ BUF

  • Week 8 - Oct 28


  • Week 9 - Nov 04

    BUF @ HOU

  • Week 10 - Nov 11

    BUF @ NE

  • Week 11 - Nov 15

    MIA @ BUF

  • Week 12 - Nov 25

    BUF @ IND

  • Week 13 - Dec 02

    JAC @ BUF

  • Week 1 - Sep 11

    BUF 41 @ KC 7

  • Week 2 - Sep 18

    OAK 35 @ BUF 38

  • Week 3 - Sep 25

    NE 31 @ BUF 34

  • Week 4 - Oct 02

    BUF 20 @ CIN 23

  • Week 5 - Oct 09

    PHI 24 @ BUF 31

  • Week 6 - Oct 16

    BUF 24 @ NYG 27

  • Week 7 - Oct 23


  • Week 8 - Oct 30

    WAS 0 @ BUF 23

  • Week 9 - Nov 06

    NYJ 27 @ BUF 11

  • Week 10 - Nov 13

    BUF 7 @ DAL 44

  • Week 11 - Nov 20

    BUF 8 @ MIA 35

  • Week 12 - Nov 27

    BUF 24 @ NYJ 28

  • Week 13 - Dec 04

    TEN 23 @ BUF 17

  • Week 14 - Dec 11

    BUF 10 @ SD 37

  • Week 15 - Dec 18

    MIA 30 @ BUF 23

  • Week 16 - Dec 24

    DEN 14 @ BUF 40

  • Week 1 - Sep 12

    MIA 15 @ BUF 10

  • Week 2 - Sep 19

    BUF 7 @ GB 34

  • Week 3 - Sep 26

    BUF 30 @ NE 38

  • Week 4 - Oct 03

    NYJ 38 @ BUF 14

  • Week 5 - Oct 10

    JAC 36 @ BUF 26

  • Week 6 - Oct 17


  • Week 7 - Oct 24

    BUF 34 @ BAL 37

  • Week 8 - Oct 31

    BUF 10 @ KC 13

  • Week 9 - Nov 07

    CHI 22 @ BUF 19

  • Week 10 - Nov 14

    DET 12 @ BUF 14

  • Week 11 - Nov 21

    BUF 49 @ CIN 31

  • Week 12 - Nov 28

    PIT 19 @ BUF 16

  • Week 13 - Dec 05

    BUF 14 @ MIN 38

  • Week 14 - Dec 12

    CLE 6 @ BUF 13

  • Week 15 - Dec 19

    BUF 17 @ MIA 14

  • Week 16 - Dec 26

    NE 34 @ BUF 3

  • Week 17 - Jan 02

    BUF 7 @ NYJ 38


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Percy Harvin

Buffalo Bills

2009 - 2011 Statistics

                           RUSHING                            RECEIVING                            FANTASY

                            Rush    Yards    TD         Rec   Targets   Yards   TD         Tot Pts   Pts/Gm

2011 Stats          52       345      2         87       120      967    6        179.2      11.2

2010 Stats          18       107      1         71       109      868    5        133.5       9.5

2009 Stats          15       135      0         60        91       790    6        128.5       8.6

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2012 Pros and Cons

(+) Harvin is the most deadly wideout in the NFL when he gets in the open field. No one may even be close, actually

(+) Can score anytime the ball is in his hands

(+) 120 targets with 87 receptions… yet had 345 rushing yards as well – AWOW!

(+) Also had a punt return for a TD last year, so he’s able to score in many ways for your fantasy team

(+) Scored 8 TDs in final nine games of 2011

(+) Six games he went over 100 total yards with five coming in the last six weeks; Trend Alert

(+) Christian Ponder is no idiot…meaning he LOVES getting the ball in Percy’s hands

(+) AP WILL return strong and help Harvin big-time when he does

(–) Didn't score a TD until Week 8 last season

(–) Only had two 100-yard receiving games in 2011…and one was in a meaningless Week 17 game

(–) He's already complaining about his contract. Gulp!

(–) If the migraines return, trade him

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2009 Review

Lightning speed?  Check.  Tricky as a credit card ho?  Check.  Does anything he wants on the field?  Check.  Fun as shit to watch?  Double-check.  Percy Harvin came out of the University of Florida last year being touted as one of those players you don’t know what in hell to do with, just that you have to have him out there.  To that end, Harvin certainly did not disappoint.  The one problem that came about for Harvin (and his fantasy owners) last year was that there was always so much talent on the field for the Vikings, there was no way to get him the ball as much as he might have gotten it on another team.  This was of course a problem Minnesota loved having, as their star rookie was broken into the offense as smoothly as they could have hoped for.  Percy made his presence known throughout the league, and despite a few migraines, he proved his worth beyond its price in 2009.

~  Ranked 24th in the league with 128.5 WR fantasy points (basic scoring system)

~  Tied for 28th in the league with 6 receiving touchdowns

~  Tied for 39th in the league with 790 receiving yards

~  Ranked 45th in the league with 52.7 receiving yards per game

~  Tied for 39th in the league with 60 receptions

~  Ranked 51sT in the league with 91 targets

~  Tied for 30th in the league with 12 receptions of 20+ yards

~  Tied for 30th in the league with 42 catches for first downs

~  Tied for 36th in the league with 358 yards after the catch (YAC)

~  Set career highs in every major receiving category

~  Made his first Pro-bowl as a returner

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2010 Fantasy Outlook

Unlike most other players on the team, The Migraine’s fantasy worth in 2010 isn’t dependent on Brett Favre’s return.  Sure it’s an added bonus, and would boost his value some come draft day, but what is most important to Harvin’s fantasy owners this year is that the Vikings did well in the offseason to find new ways in which to utilize his crazy-talent each and every game.  It’s a strange situation in that his unique skill-set should make it easy to find things for him to do, but you also have to be cautious in over-using him to the extent that he wears down by season’s end.  That said, as he did last season, expect to see Percy lined up in the slot a bunch, returning kicks, lined up in the backfield, and working the sidelines from time to time.  The one thing we’re sure will change in 2010 is that instead of averaging just 5 touches a game (on offense), you’ll see more along the lines of 7-8, with the uptick coming from his increased usage out of the backfield.  With Chester Taylor moving on to Chicago this past offseason, the Vikings now have a 3rd-down back slot to fill… which is exactly how the Vikings will be able to get Harvin in the mix more in 2010.

~ Whether Favre is the QB or not, Harvin does so many different things on the field that it almost doesn’t matter

~ With Chester Taylor gone and a rookie bruiser as the main backup, the Vikings will need to use Harvin as a 3rd-down back more

~ Having a full season under his belt and another offseason to boot, his timing and knowledge of the system will make him even more versatile

~ Will his migraine problem keep him out of any games?

~ The kid has crazzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzy skills!  Period

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What we all saw last year was no fluke.  The guy's been doing it his whole life:


Skills beyond Skills

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Right as training camp opened in 2009, Percy signed himself a five-year, $12.05 million contract that included $8.425 million guaranteed and another $2.2 million available through incentives.  The details are listed below:

2010 - $395,000

2011 - $655,000

2012 - $915,000

2013 - $1.55 million

2014 - Free Agent

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Bernard Berrian should be the handcuff to Harvin this year instead of the other way around

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Strength of Schedule

SOS - Minnesota Vikings


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College Stats

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Combine Results

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Injury Report


Harvin has been plagued by injury throughout his career, from hamstring and ankle issues to sinus infections and migraines. He missed just one game in 2009, but be mindful of the possibilities when drafting him to your team

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Pyro's take: HE says he will continue his NFL career, but indeed his 2015 season is at an end.

11/08/15, 11:46 AM CST by PyromaniacMo
Source: espn.go.com

Harvin Says He is Dealing with Personal Issues and Will NOT play in Week 7


Pyro's take: Bills will be without their main two recievers for this 9:30am EST game. They will also be without Watkins as well, Woods might be the Bills leading WRs.

10/25/15, 08:14 AM CDT by PyromaniacMo

Look for Percy Harvin and Robert Woods to deliver


Pyro's take: According to Mike Rodak via twitter "Rex Ryan to @WFAN660 on Sammy Watkins’ availability Sunday vs. Giants: “Will he play? Probably not."

Look for Percy Harvin, Robert Woods, and Chris Hogan to form the Bills' three-wide set. Harvin is the most likely to get the targets followed up by Robert Woods.

10/01/15, 12:58 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: twitter.com

Look for Percy Harvin and Robert Woods to deliver


Pyro's take: According to Mike Rodak via twitter "Rex Ryan to @WFAN660 on Sammy Watkins’ availability Sunday vs. Giants: “Will he play? Probably not."

Look for Percy Harvin, Robert Woods, and Chris Hogan to form the Bills' three-wide set. Harvin is the most likely to get the targets followed up by Robert Woods.

10/01/15, 12:58 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: twitter.com

Look for Percy Harvin and Robert Woods to deliver


Pyro's take: According to Mike Rodak via twitter "Rex Ryan to @WFAN660 on Sammy Watkins’ availability Sunday vs. Giants: “Will he play? Probably not."

Look for Percy Harvin, Robert Woods, and Chris Hogan to form the Bills' three-wide set. Harvin is the most likely to get the targets followed up by Robert Woods.

10/01/15, 12:58 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: twitter.com

Leaving on a Jet Plane

Jay Glazer has reported via twitter that Percy Harvin has been traded to the New York Jets for a conditional round draft choice. "I'm reporting The JETS have just agreed with Seattle to a trade sending WR Percy Harvin to NY for conditional pick"

Pyro's take: Percy Harvin has not done what the Seattle thought he would do, but trading him now is surprising. When the dust clears, we will be there to update. As for now DONT start him, the Jets played last night, and so he wont be available.

10/17/14, 04:35 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: twitter.com

Harvin's Big First Half

Through the first half Percy Harvin has compiled 1 Kickoff return for 31 yards, 2 rushes for 22 yards, and 5 catches for 48 yards

Pyro's take: Harvin is proving you right for selecting him and starting him this week if you did so. He is proving to be the perfect option for Seattle's quick hitting passing game and formation variations. He is getting involved in all facets of the game and showing to be fully healthy. The guy is one of the most exciting players in the NFL and has proved it so far.

09/04/14, 08:57 PM CDT by Stagg Party
Source: www.pyromaniac.com

Harvin ready to be unleashed Thursday Night

Harvin may be one of the 10, even five, most dangerous players in pro football.

"It does affect us because he's a unique football player," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. "You're always looking for uniqueness. He has that in a lot of ways. He's going to have a significant role."

History with offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell helps. The two worked together in Minnesota in 2009 and 2010, reunited now 1,650 miles away.

"He's an impact player," tight end Zach Miller said. "So having him healthy is big for us. Obviously, he's so fast and you want to give him the ball as much as you can in the game.

Pyro's take: We have yet to really see what Seattle has in store for Percy, as he has not been healthy for us to see it. That changes on Thursday night. Harvin is expected to return kicks, catch passes and be a runner as well. The Seahawks want to get him into open space, and let his amazing speed and agility take over from there. Harvin has had this game circled on his calendar all off-season as the day he shows the world he is completely healthy, and still a fantasy beast.

09/02/14, 09:51 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.twincities.com

Percy feeling tremendously good

Harvin, who the team’s website calls the most impressive player at training camp, says he’s feeling great, practicing every day when the plan was for him to be on a more limited schedule and finding new parts of his game.

“You have no idea,” Harvin said. “My body is feeling tremendously good. I’ve actually reached some gears that I didn’t know I had. I’m feeling very, very fast right now.”

Harvin showed what his speed brings to the table in the Super Bowl with a kickoff return touchdown and a pair of big gains as a runner, a group of plays that has to whet appetites in Seattle about what an increased Harvin presence can provide them in 2014 at any gear.

Pyro's take: There was a minor foot injury, but Harvin is fine. There has been some debate as to whether or not you can trust Percy this season, and what his exact role will be. I am a true believer in #11, and I believe he will be a top ten receiver this year.

The Seahawks may not throw the ball as much as other teams, but neither did his previous team in Minnesota. Percy is going to employed all over the offense, and will used as runner as well. In 2011 Harvin had 52 carries, and in 2012 they were talking MVP before he suffered the season ending injury. He is hungry, on a great team, and in the prime of his career. I am betting the house on Harvin this year.

08/14/14, 07:56 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

Percy shows his skill set

Harvin, who had hip surgery last August and missed most of last season, sat out Saturday’s practice. But the receiver/returner/runner picked up Sunday where he left off on Friday.

In the 1-on-1 drill during the first full-pads practice of camp, Harvin made a nice catch of a Russell Wilson pass near the goal line despite All-Pro coverage by All-Pro free safety Earl Thomas. In the first full-team drill, it was Wilson to Harvin for a 4-yard gain on fourth-and-3. In the 7-on-7 drill, Harvin made a falling catch of a Wilson pass.

Just three more examples of what the passing game was missing last season while Harvin was sidelined.

“We want to work our way into camp and make sure we don’t overload him early,” coach Pete Carroll said of Harvin starting camp on an every-other-day schedule. “We’re trying to figure out what kind of work load he can handle. He works so hard and so fast at practice that we think we can do this for a while. We’ll see how it goes and we’re just going to learn as we go.”

Even on Saturday, Harvin participated in the walkthrough and meetings.

Pyro's take: Harvin is going to be a big part of the Seahawks offense this season, and the coaching staff is doing the right thing by giving him an every other day work schedule. I am a firm believer that Percy is going to thrive this season in Seattle, and be employed in multiple positions to attack defenses. If you are thinking about drafting him, or own him in a Dynasty/Keeper, the news has been nothing but positive to this point.

07/27/14, 10:37 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.seahawks.com

Percy Harvin being handled with kid glvoes

From June 19th:

Percy Harvin sat out the second half of practice yesterday just to rest. He was fully back today. Carroll said they had not been working him out three consecutive days and weren’t going to do it during camp (to clarify, he was talking about minicamp).

Pyro's take: The fact that Carroll made the point about working him three days in a row, it seems the Seahawks want to be sure they don't re-aggravate the hip injury he suffered. Caroll also said that Earl Thomas is the leading candidate for punt return duties, which is good news if you are a Percy Harvin fan in fantasy. The less hits he takes in the return game, means more touches on offense, which is better for fantasy production...sorry return yardage leagues.

This is also potentially a bad sign as they are seemingly preparing for a part-time practice participant this season. That could hurt Harvin's production overall. We will continue to monitor this situation.

06/30/14, 10:01 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: blog.thenewstribune.com

Harvin reminds fantasy owners not to forget about him

He was a gamble. Percy Harvin has always been a gamble.

The Seattle Seahawks gave up a first-round draft pick and $67 million over six years for the rights to a receiver who played in one regular-season game and had one regular-season catch.

It turned out to be a bargain.

Harvin changed the entire dynamic of the Seahawks' 43-8 Super Bowl rout on Sunday, blowing apart the Denver Broncos' defense with two jet sweeps from scrimmage and providing the signature highlight with a kick return for a touchdown that crushed any hopes of a second-half Broncos comeback. It was vintage Harvin: When he is healthy, he is unstoppable.

"A play waiting to happen," said Seahawks backup quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, who played with Harvin in Minnesota.

Harvin took the opening kickoff of the second half and ran a counter-right – a play he's been waiting to unveil for weeks. Part of the reason for the wait was simple: Harvin wasn't healthy enough to run it.

"We hadn't put it on film all year," Harvin said, "so we knew there was a great chance that we could catch them off-guard."

Pyro's take: Harvin only had one catch for five yards in the game, but also added 45 yards on two carries to go along with his return touchdown. Even in those limited touches Percy showed just how deadly he can be.

There is no doubt that with an entire off-season to heal and work within the offense, Harvin will be a dominant player again next year. The big question will be how high he will go in drafts. One thing in certain, the Seahawks expect him to be a big part of their offensive plans.

02/04/14, 05:40 PM CST by Houdini
Source: sports.yahoo.com

Percy is a scratch against the 49ers

“He will not make it through the doctor’s protocol and will not be able to go.” Pete Carroll said earlier today.

Pyro's take: Percy finally made it back playing football again, and bam get leveled for a concussion. It appears that now that his hip is finally ok, his head isn't.

The Seahawks offense has averaged less than 150 yards passing over the past 5 games, so to say they needed Harvin is an understatement. Yeah the team won 14 games this year without him, but they are looking pretty Beast Mode-dimensional these days.

01/17/14, 05:48 PM CST by d-Rx
Source: blogs.seattletimes.com

"Percy's playing"

If you ask Percy Harvin if he is playing this Saturday against the Saints, his answer is "Absolutely"! Coach Carroll concurs and stated that "Percy's playing" without limitations, adding "If he's going, he's going."

Pyro's take: It's been a weird season for Percy, but it appears that any issues with soreness and swelling in his hip are behind him and the dynamic split end is going to be playing for the Seahawks this weekend.

Bad timing for the Saints I guess, because he'll be returning kicks as well.

01/09/14, 03:55 PM CST by d-Rx
Source: www.nfl.com

Harvin is out this week

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said after practice today that receiver Percy Harvin and cornerback Brandon Browner will not play Sunday against the 49ers.

Neither is a surprise, but Carroll had been optimistic on Wednesday that each might have a shot.

As for Harvin, Carroll said he hoped there was a chance he could play next week.

“We are looking forward to next week being a really important week,” Carroll said. “We think we’ve got a shot at it, so it’s important for us to go ahead and I don’t care about making that statement now that we are hoping that next week is a big week for us with him. We are kind of week-to-week in a sense as we go forward.”

Pyro's take: This is so frustrating. Harvin was supposed to be the ace in the hole for all of us and many of you who listened to us and grabbed him. Unfortunately, he is going to miss another week, which makes we worry that they may hold him out until the actual playoffs.

There is no reason for the Seahawks to rush Harvin back, and with his continued setbacks I would not expect to see him making a difference for your fantasy team next week either.

12/07/13, 12:09 PM CST by Houdini
Source: blogs.seattletimes.com

Harvin returns, but makes little fantasy impact

Tarvaris Jackson knew the reaction would be even better than the return. He played with Percy Harvin before. He knows the Harvin effect.

After a year on the mend, after two surgeries, after changing teams and signing a $67 million contract, Harvin returned to NFL action Sunday. He played sparingly in the Seahawks’ 41-20 victory over Minnesota. It was only a sip of what he could do. Still, his talent left you laughing so hard that you spit out your drink.

So when the new star Seahawks wide receiver burst free for a 58-yard kickoff return just before halftime, Jackson grinned and watched everyone who was watching Harvin. He saw a CenturyLink Field crowd of 68,235 erupt, almost in rhythm with the Seahawks sideline. It looked like the most enthusiastic group dance ever. Harvin had done the spectacular in his Seattle debut, and Jackson looked on like a proud event planner.

“I was happy watching everybody responding to him and understanding that now, officially, he is a part of the team,” said Jackson, the Seahawks backup quarterback, who played with Harvin in Minnesota in 2009 and 2010. “Get ready to be amazed.”

Get ready to make “wow” your favorite word.

Get ready for random bursts of glee.

Harvin is a Seahawk, at last.

Pyro's take: Harvin only had one catch for 17 yards, and he was not used as much as I had anticipated. Percy showed he still has all the ability in the world, and will be a force in the fantasy playoffs.

Harvin will now get a bye week to get himself prepared for making a major impact on the Seahawks passing game. You better believe that when he takes the field again in week 13, he will be at 100% and playing a lot more.

11/18/13, 06:06 PM CST by Houdini
Source: seattletimes.com

Harvin ready to play, but Carroll will decide

Percy Harvin is indeed practicing today (though off-limits to the media until he completes one). Carroll said Harvin said he feels 100 percent. But Carroll repeated what he said on Monday, that they will want to see how he responds to a week of practice before making a decision. He said they won’t put Harvin out there until they feel he is 100 percent.

Pyro's take: Carroll has stood strong on saying that Harvin will not play until he gets a full week of practice in, but that is the not the same information that we are getting from Percy.

Earlier this week Harvin tweeted out, "It's go time", and what better time than this week against his former team. The Vikings are struggling this season, and Harvin would love to be back for this game to show Minnesota what they have been missing without him.

11/13/13, 06:42 PM CST by Houdini
Source: blogs.seattletimes.com

Harvin will be back soon!

NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport is reporting this morning that Percy Harvin will begin practicing with the Seahawks next week:

That’s not a huge surprise given the optimistic comments on Monday from coach Pete Carroll when he said everything was “going great” on Harvin’s return.

But a report that he will definitively being practice next week indicates that there have indeed been no setbacks suffered during his recent workouts and that the team has seen enough of what they needed to see in his workouts to clear him.

After playing Arizona tonight, the Seahawks will be off through the weekend before returning to work on Monday in preparation for a game the following Monday at St. Louis.

Pyro's take: Get ready to reap all the rewards for stashing Harvin on your bench on all season. He will begin practicing next week and will have the possibility of returning for the Seahawks next game. Even if he does not come back for 2 more weeks, he is going to have a major impact on fantasy teams going forward. The Seahawks have nobody that will challenge him for targets when he returns, and he could quickly regain WR1 status.

10/17/13, 06:55 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: blogs.seattletimes.com

Percy Harvin rehab is going well

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, speaking Monday morning on his weekly radio show on 710 ESPN Seattle, said wide receiver Percy Harvin is "getting closer" to returning from his hip surgery two months ago to repair a torn labrum in his hip.

"He will be back in town this week," Carroll said of the wide receiver. "He was in New York to make sure the doctor that did the surgery, and his rehab team, were ready to sign off on it.

"I know he started running last week. I don't know any more than that until we get him out here, but it's encouraging. We're getting closer. It's going to happen as soon as possible."

Pyro's take: Percy is going to get back this season and he will make a fantasy impact. Russell Wilson will welcome him back with open arms when Harvin is ready, and he will be sure to target him a lot as well. Wilson, like Colin Kaepernick, has struggled with his number one threat getting hurt before the season even started.

The good news is that he is getting closer to getting back, and week 8 is not out of the realm of possibilities. Those of you who were smart enough to stash him on your rosters are going to get a huge boost for the stretch run.

10/07/13, 09:02 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: espn.go.com

Percy Harvin is eyeing a week 7 return

Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin, who will sit out the start of 2013 after hip surgery last month, said Wednesday that his recovery is progressing along nicely and suggested that he could be ready to play earlier than expected.

“What’s goin on 12th man,” Harvin wrote on Twitter, “just checkn in … I’m making serious progress … keep an eye on week 7 … don’t hang them 11′s up … we workn.”

Pyro's take: Percy Harvin may be a little optimistic thinking he could be ready for week 7, but the fact that his recovery is going well is great news, especially for savvy owners, like myself, who have been grabbing him at the end of drafts for that extra push in the fantasy playoffs.

If Harvin is able to return under a more modest time frame, say weeks 10-12, then he is still an amazing value and should be plucked up off the waiver wires if you have a spot to stash him on your team. When he does return he should not take too long to get heavily involved in the offense, and on top of that he will have some real fresh legs when you need him down the stretch. Harvin has a much better chance of an early return as compared to Michael Crabtree, so if you have the space on your roster and he is available, GRAB HIM NOW!

09/05/13, 01:20 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: blog.seattlepi.com