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Wide Receiver, Buffalo Bills

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Draft: 2009 Round 1 (22)
College: Florida
Ht: 5’11”  Wt: 184 DOB: 1988-05-28 Age: 27

Season Stats
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  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FPts FPts/G
2009 MIN 15 7 91 60 790 13.2 6 128.5 8.6
2010 MIN 14 13 109 71 871 12.3 5 133.8 9.6
2011 MIN 16 14 120 87 967 11.1 6 178.9 11.2
2012 BUF 9 0 85 62 677 10.9 3 101.3 11.3
2012 (Projected) BUF       88 1,068 12.1 7 183.0  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
It was a tale of two seasons for Harvin in 2011, as he entered his 3rd year in the league. Expected to be a major component of the Vikings offense, the 2009 first round pick was marginally productive but hardly the explosive player that Minnesota needed him to be early in the season. Over his first seven games, Harvin accumulated 442 total yards (a respectable 63.1 per game) but failed to find the end zone. Afterwards, Harvin turned on the jets, finding the end zone eight times over the Vikings final nine games and notching 867 total yards, while averaging a nifty 15.0 FPts/G. What happened? Well, this one’s not rocket science, folks. Adrian Peterson missed four of the Vikings final nine games and part of another one, allowing Harvin to become the focal point of the team’s offense. Peterson returns from a torn ACL suffered in Week 16 and that will likely result in plenty of touches for Harvin, especially early in 2012. Will he get enough touches to top the 1,312 total yards and eight touchdowns he put up in 2011? Ask the Vikings. While they added little to one of the league’s worst group of wide receivers in the off-season, they also had Harvin sitting on the bench plenty in 2011 in an attempt to keep him fresh for returning kicks. We’ll take the gamble. Expect Harvin to be a mid-tier WR1 in 2012.
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Sammy Watkins
WR2WR2 Percy Harvin
WR3WR3 Robert Woods
WR4WR4 Chris Hogan
WR5WR5 Marquise Goodwin
WR6WR6 Marcus Easley
Bills Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury McCoy, Watkins likely out for Bills in Week 4     -- Thu Oct 1 7:15 pm --

RB could rest until hamstring is 100 percent
The Bills won’t officially rule out either player, but there appears to be little chance that running back LeSean McCoy or wide receiver Sammy Watkins is in the lineup against the Giants this weekend. McCoy has been dealing with a hamstring injury for several weeks and said earlier this week that he thought there would be some benefit to sitting out this week’s game in hopes of getting himself closer to 100 percent for Week Five and beyond. Watkins suffered a calf injury last Sunday and, like McCoy, hasn’t practiced this week. “We won’t say out. But yeah, you guys can figure it out,” Ryan said, via Joe Buscaglia of WKBW. (Pro Football Talk)

FF Today's Take: The Bills are taking the approach with McCoy they probably should have used in Week 1, but at least they sound committed to getting "Shady" healthy. Karlos Williams should be considered a must-start, even against a Giants' defense that has been pretty stout so far. Robert Woods and Percy Harvin should see extensive action in Watkins' absence, although Charles Clay is likely to be the best fantasy play of the pass-catching options.

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