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Percy Harvin caught one passes for two yards in the Jets 38-3 loss to the Bills on Monday.

Yikes! This is not what Harvin owners were hoping for when the games venue was moved to a dome. This is now back to back clunkers for Percy who has been almost non-existent since coming over to the Jets with the exception of his Week 9 performance when he exploded against the Chiefs for 137 total yards. It is hard to see things getting better for Harvin whose immaturity issues were the reason he was traded from Seattle and I am sure playing for the Jets doesn't make him a happy camper.
Analyst: Jonathan Impemba  View Profile

25 Nov, 01:32 AM

Percy Harvin caught three passes for 23 yards and added six carries for 33 yards in the Jets 20-13 win over the Steelers on Sunday.

Harvin showed his versatility in this one having actually carried the ball more times(six) than he caught(three). Harvin is easily the most explosive player on the Jets offense who should do whatever they can to get the ball in his hands. Harvin caught a season high 11 passes for 129 yards last week but was targeted just five times in this one. If you own Percy you likely weren't thrilled when he was traded to the Jets but he should continue to have the offense focused around him thus retaining his fantasy value.
Analyst: Jonathan Impemba  View Profile

9 Nov, 04:08 PM

Percy Harvin (heel) practiced in full on Thursday.

Harvin had a breakout game for the Jets on Sunday catching 11 passes for 129 yards against a tough Chiefs defense. Vick was a key component to Harvin's success and as long as he is under center Harvin should see plenty of targets.
Analyst: Jonathan Impemba  View Profile

6 Nov, 08:09 PM

Percy Harvin was limited in practice Wednesday with a heel injury.

Harvin had a nice game against the Chiefs on Sunday, but let's face it, he is way overrated in fantasy football. He has a knack for not staying healthy and he's at it again with a heel injury. Though he is currently limited in practice, he should play on Sunday against the Steelers.
Analyst: David Kerr  View Profile

5 Nov, 06:29 PMSource

Percy Harvin caught 11 passes for 129 yards in the Jets 24-10 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday.

Harvin was caught 11 of Vick's 21 completions for a season best 129 yards. Harvin immediately becomes the Jets best offensive weapon and it is in their best interest to get him the ball as often as possible. It is hard to project Harvin to continue to produce like he did today but his offensive involvement and talent is enough to make him starter worthy in most fantasy leagues.
Analyst: Jonathan Impemba  View Profile

2 Nov, 06:51 PM

Percy Harvin will start for Jeremy Kerley on Sunday.

This was expected as the Jets didn't trade for Harvin to sit on their bench. I Have little confidence in starting Harvin in fantasy leagues because he has show us the ability to disappoint fantasy owners more times than he has actually helped fantasy owners.
Analyst: Mark Kaplan  View Profile

2 Nov, 11:50 AMSource

Percy Harvin caught three passes on nine targets for 22 yards and carried the ball four times for 28 yards in a loss to the Bills on Sunday.

While Harvin only received seven touches, he was targeted nine times in the passing game alone. The Jets are going to make a very conscious effort to get Harvin the football, and that bodes well for his fantasy owners. With all that being said, Harvin needs to stay healthy for his fantasy owners so that he can produce.
Analyst: Colby Conway  View Profile

26 Oct, 09:40 PM

Percy Harvin figures prominently in the game plan Sunday even though he's had only four practices. The plan is to give him at least six to eight touches, feeding him the ball in a variety of ways. 

Harvin has been a playmaker since joining the league, so no matter how the Jets get him the ball fantasy owners have to be pleased hearing this type of news. Although six to eight touches may not sound like much, all it takes is one big play to make him worth a start knowing the all around ability he displays.
Analyst: Matthew Beck  View Profile

26 Oct, 08:26 AMSource

Percy Harvin practiced at the “X” spot this week, which is where he wants to be.

This will be the first week in which Harvin will suit up as a member of the Jets after being dealt from the Seahawks earlier in the month. Although it is hard to trust Geno Smith at this point in the season, there is a good chance he is utilized better in New York than in Seattle so expect more fantasy production moving forward.
Analyst: Matthew Beck  View Profile

26 Oct, 07:03 AMSource

Coach Rex Ryan says Percy Harvin will only have a small role in the Jets' offense on Sunday against the Bills.

Harvin has been practicing with the team since the weekend and is in the process of learning the playbook. The Jets will use him as a return man for both punts and kickoffs and will slowly incorporate him into the offensive gameplan once he has the playbook under control. Of course, this could also be a ploy by Ryan with the hopes of taking the Bills off guard. If you're looking for a potential WR3, then it wouldn't hurt to give Harvin a shot, but just keep your expectations in check for at least this first game.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

22 Oct, 04:54 PMSource

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