Percy Harvin said after practice Wednesday that he feels as healthy as he has since high school.
Uh oh. Is that a "best shape of my life" cliche we hear? Granted, Harvin's time lapse from high school to present day may be a little smaller than some of ours, but the 26-year old who has dealt with a variety of injuries and chronic migraines simply couldn't be as healthy as he was as an 18-year old in high school. He's got moxie though. We'll give him that. Continue to view Harvin as a potential WR1, but given the injury history and the offensive scheme in Seattle, you're better off treating him as a WR2 instead.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Zach Miller caught two passes on seven targets for 10 yards and a TD on Thursday night vs Green Bay.
Miller got the start in place of the injured Martellus Bennett on Thursday night. In all, he finished with two catches and a touchdown on seven targets, looking mediocre, however doing his best with the hand he was dealt. Anyone who started him in daily leagues could have expected better, however it is a bit spoiled to come away with much more than a TD as a definite backup. Consider him a wise play on Thursday night, and a keen start going forward at least until Bennett comes back healthy. Analysis: Dom Murtha