Harvin To Be Named NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Month

Posted by Mike Wobschall on December 3, 2009 – 7:08 am

It hasn’t been formally announced yet, but Vikings WR Percy Harvin has been selected as the NFC Offensive Rookie of the Month for November.

In 4 games during November, Harvin continued his impactful rookie season for the Vikings by hauling in 19 receptions for 317 yards (16,7 avg.) and 3 TDs. Harvin also had 4 carries for 54 yards and returned 8 kickoffs for 239 yards (29.9 avg.).

Harvin currently ranks 1st in the NFL with a 29.8-yard kickoff return average and he’s tied with Miami’s Ted Ginn, Jr. for the most kickoff return TDs with 2. He is 1st in the NFL among rookies with 602 receiving yards and 2nd with 42 receptions.

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12 Responses to “Harvin To Be Named NFL Offensive Rookie Of The Month”

  1. By Canadian Viking on Dec 3, 2009 | Reply

    Harvin is a lock for rookie of the year

  2. By TheGreatPurpleOne on Dec 3, 2009 | Reply

    Congraz Harvin loved watching you in Florida and love watching you even more in Minnesota. To a long and successful career Also you’re going to make rookie of the year no doubt.

  3. By vikingsfan1955 on Dec 3, 2009 | Reply

    what a draft choice he has been and we have to give chilly his props for it.Harvin is young and has so much to learn so think how dangerous he will be in another yr or two.We have 2 offensive players of the month favre and harvin so congrats to both and I look forward to both of them and other vikings winning the weekly and monthly awards.I would like to have viking fans give a ya or nay if they are now for or against him playing for us.I hear very little negitive comments about him now and would like to know how others feel.Ty all and go vikes.

  4. By FAVREACTS on Dec 3, 2009 | Reply


  5. By FL_Viking22 on Dec 3, 2009 | Reply

    Everyone doubted Percy and drew up all this negativity toward him and he’s proved himself more than worthy! Everyone who saw his character off the field here @Florida would tell you he was nothing that Todd Mcshay and all those other people spoke of. Everything he’s doing now, we watched him do @Florida. I think the failed drug test was a blessing in disguise, because I don’t think he could fit in with any other team as perfectly as with the VIKINGS!…I’m glad he’s getting the respect and credit he deserves! Go VIKES

  6. By Zack on Dec 3, 2009 | Reply

    Just want to say that percy harvin is the best football player to ever live. The best football specimen ever created. Player like him probably only comes around like once every 300 years. Been saying it ever since he was a freshmen at florida. I don’t even like the vikings, but since they picked up percy I hope they win the superbowl.

  7. By John on Dec 4, 2009 | Reply

    very enlightening blog…keep sharing :)

  8. By Jonathon on Dec 4, 2009 | Reply

    Great for Harvin, now all we need to do is help him get over his migrane problems, I suggest the Gerson Coffee enima.

  9. By Stu on Dec 5, 2009 | Reply

    Jack of all trades: master of many…the potential with Harvin is remarkable as convincingly demonstrated thus far and at so many positions. I’d like to see him paired up more often as running back and you hoard of Percy backers would really see somethin’. Lightning speed, moves, hands like glue and made of steel. He’d give AP a challenge. NO doubt he’s a talented receiver and invaluable punt returner as well. He deserves all the accolades he gets.

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