NFL Week 11 Fantasy Football Advice

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Each week, I’ll begin doing a fantasy football column on some of the week’s hottest topics regarding players who could be making a significant impact for your team. That being said, here’s a list of moves you need to make before this week’s NFL action kicks-off:

 

May 20, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin (11) participates in organized team activities at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Don’t Go All-In with Percy Harvin

Harvin is set o make his debut this week against his former Minnesota Vikings team, and he has the potential to be a dominant fantasy option in the Seattle Seahawks’ offense once he’s fully healthy, as they don’t have a clear receiving threat that Russell Wilson is willing to target consistently from game to game. Between Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin, the two have a combined 75 catches this year, and no other player has more than 22 catches.

Harvin could become that go-to receiver, and with his debut finally here, make sure to your fantasy football team if he’s on the waiver wire, which he shouldn’t be at this point, but check just to be sure. As far as playing him this week, the potential to get at least 8-10 points is they’re going against a Vikings secondary among the league’s worst, so consider Harvin a WR 3 or low-end flex option this week.

 

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