Truth & Rumors > NFL

Vikings could be without Harvin

Views
9161
Comments
13

02:07 PM ET 11.08 | Percy Harvin suffered a sprained ankle in Week 9 and has been spotted limping "very badly" in the Vikings locker room, according to Tom Pelissero of 1500ESPN.com. Harvin's status is certainly in question with reports saying he has "a long ways to go" to be available for Sunday's game against the Lions. Harvin's had a solid season with 62 receptions for 677 yards and three receiving touchdowns this season so his absence would hurt in this key divisional matchup.

1500 ESPN

Percy Harvin, Steven Bisig-US PRESSWIRE Percy Harvin, Steven Bisig-US PRESSWIRE
November 8, 2012  02:29 PM ET

It's laughable that this guy, who is always hurt, is on everybody's MVP list

November 8, 2012  02:30 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

It's laughable that this guy, who is always hurt, is on everybody's MVP list

MVP list? Harvin?

November 8, 2012  02:38 PM ET

Go Percy!

November 8, 2012  03:00 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

It's laughable that this guy, who is always hurt, is on everybody's MVP list

+1. He's a dangerous player when he's on the field but I'm pretty sure he's never made it through a complete season. Bad news for the Vikes as losing him cuts their offensive capability in half. All the Lions will have to do is key on AP.

November 8, 2012  03:39 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

It's laughable that this guy, who is always hurt, is on everybody's MVP list

Harvin has not miss a game this year because of injury so call coach and I doubt it. The most time he has miss in NFL has got to do with migraines and not football related injuries. I don't know if this is the first time you have notice Harvin, but this a player than return kickoffs, running back, and slot receiver, and so how can you make that comment want to be coach that he is not worthy of being considered MVP of the NFL.

November 8, 2012  06:58 PM ET

"... so his absence would hurt in this key divisional matchup."

This is not a 'divisional' matchup, lol!!! The teams are in the same conference, and in different divisions. Is 'divisional' even a word???

November 8, 2012  07:17 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

"... so his absence would hurt in this key divisional matchup."This is not a 'divisional' matchup, lol!!! The teams are in the same conference, and in different divisions. Is 'divisional' even a word???

Yes, it is. It's the National Football Conference, and the NFC North Division. Hence, a divisional matchup.

November 8, 2012  07:28 PM ET

MVP....maybe not, but I'd like him on my team....if I had one.....

November 8, 2012  07:30 PM ET

Ya he will probably only play in offense plays.

November 8, 2012  07:33 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

Yes, it is. It's the National Football Conference, and the NFC North Division. Hence, a divisional matchup.

Man, you're right. Don't ask me why, as I cannot explain, but I looked at that pic of Harvin, and I thought Vikes v. Seachickens ... weird. Could be all the cold beverages I've had. I dunno.

Comment #11 has been removed
Comment #12 has been removed
 
November 9, 2012  07:37 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

"... so his absence would hurt in this key divisional matchup."This is not a 'divisional' matchup, lol!!! The teams are in the same conference, and in different divisions. Is 'divisional' even a word???

I think you need to borrow Ryan Tannehill's new chart of the NFL divisions. Maybe you two can study together.

Comment

Remember to keep your posts clean. Profanity will get filtered, and offensive comments will be removed.


Truth & Rumors

MOST POPULAR

  1. 1
    D'Antoni's newest 'blunder'
    Views
    1773
    Comments
    865
  2. 2
    Baseball's top 2015 free agent
    Views
    1678
    Comments
    527
  3. 3
    The NHL's model franchise?
    Views
    1771
    Comments
    136
  4. 4
    Cup drought weighing on Sid
    Views
    1737
    Comments
    106
  5. 5
    Smith won't play for San Fran in 2014
    Views
    3358
    Comments
    63

SI.com

SI Photos