Percy Harvin continues trend of huge fantasy numbers against Redskins

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Percy Harvin went off again in Week 6. We break down the fantasy implications.

Percy Harvin continued to please fantasy owners with huge numbers in Week 6. He caught 11 passes for 133 yards against the Redskins, yet again proving to be the primary target for Christian Ponder.

The Vikings were throwing the ball often while they were trailing in the second half, and Harvin reaped the benefits. He led the team with 14 targets.

Fantasy Impact: Harvin finally caught a touchdown pass last week, but he couldn't repeat his scoring success against Washington. Fortunately for his owners he doesn't have to score to pay off. When he does find the end zone, it's just an added bonus.

Continue starting Harvin in any and every league. He'll face a Cardinals defense that let Brian Hartline absolutely explode three weeks ago. You should like his chances.

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