Percy Harvin to sit again for Seahawks

Harvin out again: Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin will once again be a scratch for Sunday’s game at San Francisco. The wideout has played just one game since having preseason hip surgery, and it’s not certain when he’ll be back on the field for the ‘Hawks. That’s frustrating news for anyone who has been stashing Harvin in anticipation of his return. With so little time left in the fantasy season — and some unfavorable matchups on tap — it’s fair to wonder if you’ll get any sort of production from Harvin at all.

Palmer a game-time decision: There are no more upsetting words in the fantasy lexicon than “game-time decision”. However, that will be the case for Carson Palmer this week. The Cardinals quarterback is dealing with an elbow issue that makes his status dicey. Head coach Bruce Arians believes his quarterback will play. Either way, this week isn’t the best matchup for Palmer. While he’s been better in recent weeks, chances are you have a much more promising fantasy option on your bench. Save yourself the headache and look elsewhere in Week 14.

Keenum to remain the starter: Remember when Case Keenum was the hottest thing in fantasy football? Those days are over, but the good news is that Keenum is still the Houston Texans starting quarterback. While you’re not going to start him for the rest of your fantasy season, the reason it’s good news is that Keenum brought Andre Johnson back to fantasy relevance this season. If you have A.J. on your roster, you have to like the quarterback news.

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