Aside from that fact that so far the Seattle Seahawks are absolutely owning the New Orleans Saints in their Divisional Round match up early on, one of the main storylines has been the fact that the Seahawks have one of their biggest threats offensively on the field, after missing virtually the entire season.
Many wondered how Percy Harvin would play today, because of the fact that he only saw action in one game this season while returning from hip surgery.
So far, he’s positively answered those questions.
After having to take a little break early in the first quarter after taking a stiff shot, Harvin made an incredible play in the second half.
As Seattle was driving to try and extend the lead even further, QB Russell Wilson dropped back and lofted a floater in the air, perfectly tossed, and Harvin showed his tremendous jumping ability to come down with the catch despite tight coverage.
Despite that amazing play, though, Harvin took another stiff shot late in the second half, and he may be done for the day.