Percy Harvin returns 2nd half opening kickoff 87 yards to give Seahawks 29-0 lead (GIF)


Feb 2, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin (11) runs past Denver Broncos free safety Mike Adams (20) in the first quarter in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

At least for the Denver Br0ncos and their fan base, Super Bowl 48 is not going nearly as they had hoped as the Seattle Seahawks are dominating this one so far.

The took a commanding 22-0 lead into halftime after a half full of getting tremendous pressure on Peyton Manning, including picking him off twice with the first 30 minutes.

But, that was okay because they Broncos could regroup during the intermission and hopefully turn things around in the final 30 minutes.

While they still could, Percy Harvin made it a little more difficult as he got things going in the second half by taking the opening kickoff 87 yards to the house for the touchdown, and giving his team a 29-0 lead.

 

Okay, now I believe that the Broncos can officially go into panic mode. The Seahawks are controlling this game in all three phases, and as you can see here, a healthy Harvin only makes this team that much more dangerous.

This could get ugly in a hurry down the stretch here.

 

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