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After putting up respectable but not stellar fantasy numbers in the first four weeks of the season (even with a quarterback that hasn't been able to get him the ball), Percy Harvin didn't do much for those who played him last week.
He finished the day with just one reception for 11 yards and one rush for 12 yards against the Arizona Cardinals, yet Harvin found himself holding the game ball for his outstanding blocking after the Minnesota Vikings' first victory of the season.
This week, Harvin is listed as questionable because he re-injured his ribs against the Cardinals, but the former Florida Gator is tough as nails, and it's almost a certainty that he's going to see the field Sunday.
The Vikings face a Chicago Bears team that was dominated by the Detriot Lions in Week 5, and Harvin is poised to go off.
While Adrian Peterson will get the lion's share of the carries, Harvin's speed out of the backfield will give the Bears defense fits.
The Lion's speedy running back, Jahvid Best, had 163 yards on 12 carries against the Bears last week, and while you shouldn't expect that from Harvin, he easily could break a long run or two.
The Bears haven't been great at stopping opposing quarterbacks either. Chicago has given up 295.8 yards per game to quarterbacks.
Donovan McNabb hasn't played well so far, but this could be the game where he finally connects with Harvin on a couple long balls.
Even if McNabb can just find Harvin on some plays over the middle, Harvin has the potential to take it to the house every time he touches the ball.
Harvin should have a solid game on Sunday, but even if he doesn't pick up many yards on offense, there is always a backup plan—special teams.