Percy Harvin Goes Off For Fantasy Owners Against Titans

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Percy Harvin put up huge numbers in Week 5. We break down the fantasy implications.

Percy Harvin was a huge target again for Christian Ponder in Week 5. Harvin hauled in eight catches for 108 yards and a touchdown against the Titans, also adding another score on the ground.

Fantasy Implications: After a down week in the passing game last Sunday, Harvin came up big for the Vikings to pave the way to a 4-1 record. He's the obvious go-to-guy for Ponder, and we can expect big things from this duo going forward in 2012. Adrian Peterson's owners have to be a bit disgruntled that Harvin stole a touchdown running the ball. However, Harvin's owners have to be thrilled he's getting carries near the goal line. Continue starting him every week.

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