October 14, 2012; Landover, MD, USA; Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin (12) runs with the ball against the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. The Redskins won 38-26. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports
WR – Percy Harvin
If Percy hasn’t been grabbed by now, scoop him up, it may be for nothing but Harvin is too good of a player to not be at least a WR3/4. He’s has played 54 of 64 regular-season games over four NFL seasons, while accounting for 3,985 combined rushing and receiving yards and scoring 29 touchdowns, including five on kick returns.
Even with carousal quarterbacks Harvin is worth the add. Stop reading, go look for him, now!
Should be owned in all leagues.
RB – Zac Stacy
You might be a week late on Stacy but with Bradford out and a carousel at QB, the Rams will lean heavy on the RB and the rookie looks to have taken over the lead running back role. He should also get some catches out of the backfield for the PPR leagues. With several bye weeks coming, finding a starting running back to fill in wouldn’t be a bad thing.
Should be owned in PPR and 12 team leagues.
WR – Kris Durham
Anytime you have a wide receiver like Calvin Johnson as the #1, the #2 guy is going to be one to keep an eye on. Durham is a little known player to some, but at 6-5, he is playing the majority of the #2 snaps and he has some potential to snag several targets along with some touchdowns as he draws the starts next to Johnson. Durham was targeted 21 times in a three week span. He may not be an every week starter but is a nice fill in.
Should be owned in 12 team leagues.