Love me some Percy Harvin

Not sure if everyone has drafted already, but a last minute thought I’ve had since the end of this past week. I’ve been concerned with Harvin’s issues for weeks, probably months. But Harvin says he’s ready to play, and if he plays let me tell you: he’s going to do really well. With Sidney Rice down probably for half the season, Harvin’s going to become Brett Favre’s go-to guy. It’s so obvious and staring us all in the face. If Harvin’s headaches don’t bother him, he’s going to be considered a fantasy steal. I’m saying the guy has top-15 potential this year- – if the health is fine.

So basically, if you haven”d drafted already, I say get him. It’s a risky move, but this is a risk that appears worth taking.

Le’s see if I’m right on this one, but I like it!

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