The Seattle Seahawks defeated the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game and they did it all without wide receiver Percy Harvin. After he left the Divisional Round game he was held out of the NFC Championship game, but there is a chance he could play in the Super Bowl.
From FOX Sports:
Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin never really had a shot to play in the NFC Championship Game after leaving twice in the divisional-round victory over the New Orleans Saints. The Seahawks were going to be careful with Harvin, even if his symptoms were mild. They expect him to play in the Super Bowl, sources have told FOX Sports. And while Seattle has gotten to this point without him, it certainly doesn’t hurt to have that added dimension on offense.
The two weeks between Championship games and the Super Bowl works in the Seahawks and Harvin’s favor. It gives him time to heal and recover before the big game. It means three weeks will have passed between the Divisional Round and the Super Bowl, a good amount of time to recuperate.