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Vikings fantasy report: Week Six

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By William Del Pilar

Here are some of the Vikings' fantasy football options this week:

Love him or hate him, QB Donovan McNabb is the team's starting quarterback for another week. It's about winning, and they won last week. Fantasy owners, it's about numbers, so leave him on the waiver wire.

WR Devin Aromashodu could be in line for an increased role as offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave wants to feature him as often as they can. Aromashodu's strength was getting deep and the team likes that but he's still a watch-list player.

It's no longer worth holding a roster spot for WR Bernard Berrian whether he's in good standing with the team or not. Benched last week, his stat line is 2-37-0 for the season.

WR Michael Jenkins is the team's No. 1 receiver with 24 targets but is averaging only 4.8 targets for four receptions, 35.2 yards but 0.4 TDs per game and makes an injury fill-in against an average secondary.

Look for WR Percy Harvin (ribs) to play this week per head coach Leslie Frazier. He has a two-game average of 4.5 targets for three receptions, 26.5 yards and no touchdowns, making him a bye-week or injury fill-in.

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