Seahawks WR Percy Harvin remains out due to hip aggravation
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Seahawks WR Percy Harvin remains out due to hip aggravation

Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin @Percy_Harvin has played in one game this season. When number two will come is anyone's guess. Harvin was officially ruled out for Week 15 on Friday. Since playing in Week 11, Harvin has experienced pain in his surgically repaired hip that has keep him inactive since. He hasn't practiced since Nov. 27. The Seahawks visit the Giants on Sunday.

Fantasy Analysis:

The stats say the Giants don't present a great matchup for Russell Wilson @DangeRussWilson, Golden Tate @ShowtimeTate, and the Seahawks' passing game. Just one receiver has surpassed 100 yards against Big Blue since Week 5, and they have allowed just six passing touchdowns in their last seven games. But those numbers are skewed by the string of backup quarterbacks the Giants faced during the middle portion of the season -- Josh Freeman, Scott Tolzien, Matt Barkley, and an injured Terrelle Pryor. Philip Rivers had no problems with the Giants' defense last week. I expect Wilson to have a field day, and Tate is a fine WR3 as a big-play threat.
Harvin? I would be shocked if he played before January. Feel free to drop him in re-draft leagues.

Source:
Curtis Crabtree via Twitter

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