Harvin was eased back into action for his first game of the season just before the bye week, but is expected to step into a more important role this week against the Saints. He'll likely slot in as the Seahawks' No. 1 receiver and will continue to handle punt return duties as well.
The Saints pass defense ranks fifth in the league and is allowing just 198 passing yards per game and has given up just 11 touchdowns through the air this season. In addition to that, they rank 10th in the league against opposing No. 1 receivers and are giving up an average of just 50.2 yards per game to them.
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