Week 10: Sit 'Em
Harvin appeared to suffer a high ankle sprain in Week 9. Since then, his injury has reported not to be a high ankle sprain, but a multiple sprain. This means he likely stretched multiple ligaments in his ankle and his likelihood of playing this coming week is limited. Harvin is in fact on crutches. Even Harvin has said he is a "long shot" according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune. I would watch Harvin's status and see how he progresses this week, but have a back-up option in my pocket. The other thing to consider is the poor performance of the Minnesota passing game in general. Taking this into account, I would look elsewhere for a back-up receiver if Harvin is out.
Olsen has not scored more than five fantasy points in each of the last four weeks. He did catch five passes for 48 yards this past week vs. Washington, but if you are in a non-PPR league, this is minimal scoring. Olsen was being looked at as a viable option for points in Week 9 with LaFell sidelined with a concussion, but he still did not perform. LaFell appears to be on track to be back on the field this week vs. Denver, so Olsen's targets and opportunities may dwindle. It looks like Cam Netwon has some chemistry with Olsen, but in my opinion, not enough to make him a viable fantasy option. Look for 3-4 receptions for 35-40 yards this week and no score.