Excelent rundown of the Harvin move in NY Jets Forum Posted October 20, 2014 What mortgaging the future? Harvin might be aJ et for 9 games only if it does not pan out. He has 9 games to show he is worth it. That would be the sign of a GM who just wants PR and not building a winning team. Who trades for a guy they only keep for 9 games? And what constitutes good or bad? I mean Harvin has what, 22 receptions this year and people are complaining he isn't having a good season. Last time I checked, Decker has what, 24 receptions and injury issues. So would the Jets cut him or trade him? Probably not, but Harvin has played 6 regular season games for Seattle and that's what they did to him. The idea is for Harvin to be on the team next season and he probably will make $10 million or close to it. If Harvin goes on having a similar season as he's had and Decker goes on like he has, why would Harvin take less money than Decker makes? I just think Jets fans live in a fantasy land where Harvin plays well and then renegotiates for no guaranteed money and $4 million a year. Yeah ok. The other scenario is the Jets cut him after the season, a season where they could go 6-3 from here on out and finish 7-9. So what was the point in trading for Harvin for 9 games on a losing team?