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Return Yards @ 30 yards per point; 2 points at 100 yards; 3 points at 200 yards; 4 points at 250 yards
Receiving Yards @ 10 yards per point; 2 points at 100 yards; 3 points at 150 yards; 4 points at 250 yards
Yahoo says yearly projections are:
I have Roddy now, but can make a trade for either Marshall or Harvin. It's also a keeper league, so one of these would be a potential keeper next year.
Which one and why?
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id hold tight with white.. he is mister consistence at a high level, even with julio in the mix he will be near the top of the league every year, ponder sucks and jerome simpsons could mix things up even more to many unseen variables and marshall is just no...
If this is a Keeper, I'd do Harvin.
1) Harvin is younger and has the potential to become better. You know what you have with Roddy, and to some extent Marshall.
2) Minn may possibly still use him as a kick returner (you'll have to research this more)... If they do use him, that's just extra points.
3) Harvin will be a PPR machine this year. Not only will he be the legit go-to reciever, but they'll also be creative with him and use him in the slot, slant routes, deep plays, and end-around (rushing yards). When Ponder was entered in the lineup, he was ranked in the top 2 in targets amongst recievers from that point on. Nothing has really changed since, he'll still get the targets.
Hope this helps, but my order would be Harvin, Marshall, then White.
Is Harvin still returning kicks? PPR i'd usually go Roddy, but Harvin is about all there is up in Minnesota. The return yards might give Percy a boost. He' definately the keeper of the three. Other two getting a bit older.