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Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 5:35 pm
  • Percy Harvin could very well determine this game. He feels the best he has in a long time and there is hardly any film on how we use him so he very well could be the determining factor for this game. he is explosive. I can't wait
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 5:40 pm
  • If he makes huge plays and gets mvp, would everyone be okay with his year and the millions he made?
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 5:44 pm
  • sturg78 wrote:If he makes huge plays and gets mvp, would everyone be okay with his year and the millions he made?


    I would hope so!

    Harvin is going to be dangerous, and open up the offense for everyone.

    For me, it's the under-told story of this Super Bowl. We will just keep letting everyone slobber on the Broncos offense.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 5:46 pm
  • I can think of a couple people who would still have a problem with him.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 5:47 pm
  • Minne wrote:Percy Harvin could very well determine this game. He feels the best he has in a long time and there is hardly any film on how we use him so he very well could be the determining factor for this game. he is explosive. I can't wait

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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 5:49 pm
  • Hell yes I'd be OK. Our secret weapon unleashed in the biggest game of the season. I'll take it!
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 5:50 pm
  • The media is gonna tell you that the Broncos are focusing on lynch, but let's be honest, they're scared to death of what Percy can, and will, do. If they sell out to stop lynch, they're screwed. if they focus to much on Harvin, Lynch win SBMVP.

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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 5:58 pm
  • The simple fact is that Percy Harvin, as much potential as he may have, has contributed far less than every other player on your active roster to get you to this point. Don't hang your hats on him. You have what it takes to take it all right now. If by some set of circumstances Harvin makes a key play in the game this Sunday, step back, take a DEEP breath and realize that is was not Harvin, but your currently awesome roster that brought you the victory.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:12 pm
  • AsylumGuido wrote:The simple fact is that Percy Harvin, as much potential as he may have, has contributed far less than every other player on your active roster to get you to this point. Don't hang your hats on him. You have what it takes to take it all right now. If by some set of circumstances Harvin makes a key play in the game this Sunday, step back, take a DEEP breath and realize that is was not Harvin, but your currently awesome roster that brought you the victory.


    Oh I completely understand the team without Harvin has proved it can compete and win on Sunday. But a healthy Harvin is factually a D.Coordinators worst nightmare. He's just too good.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:12 pm
  • Id rather lynch get mvp
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:21 pm
  • Axx wrote:Id rather lynch get mvp

    You see that interview today? Marshawn is ready so your wish is entirely likely.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:43 pm
  • Cartire wrote:
    AsylumGuido wrote:The simple fact is that Percy Harvin, as much potential as he may have, has contributed far less than every other player on your active roster to get you to this point. Don't hang your hats on him. You have what it takes to take it all right now. If by some set of circumstances Harvin makes a key play in the game this Sunday, step back, take a DEEP breath and realize that is was not Harvin, but your currently awesome roster that brought you the victory.


    Oh I completely understand the team without Harvin has proved it can compete and win on Sunday. But a healthy Harvin is factually a D.Coordinators worst nightmare. He's just too good.


    Yes, he has been good. For your sake I hope he can be again. But, he has contributed to leas than 0.0276 percent of the Seahawks' plays on the season.

    Do not put all of your emotional eggs in his basket.


    Disclaimer: I totally made up that percentage, but y'all get the point.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:47 pm
  • I'd prefer to see a co-MVP situation between the two. Maybe a kickoff TD, 6 catches 110 yds TD for Percy and 140 yds 2 TD for Lynch. Co-MVP. Wilson could jump on that bandwagon for co-MVP too.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:48 pm
  • AsylumGuido wrote:The simple fact is that Percy Harvin, as much potential as he may have, has contributed far less than every other player on your active roster to get you to this point. Don't hang your hats on him. You have what it takes to take it all right now. If by some set of circumstances Harvin makes a key play in the game this Sunday, step back, take a DEEP breath and realize that is was not Harvin, but your currently awesome roster that brought you the victory.


    of course he has contributed far less.

    but the one and half games he has played......he has been a huge factor. And now he is probably the healthiest he has been and has had more practice in the last month than he has all season.

    He will have a big impact even if he only catches one or two balls.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:53 pm
  • Its funny. I was just watching that ridiculous M&M segment on NFL network with Marshall Faulk and Michael Irvin and the question was "Who will be a Super Bowl x-factor?"

    Their responses were Potroast and Wes Welker. Call me a homer but the biggest x-factor is Percy whenever he is on the field
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:55 pm
  • Totally hope Lynch wins MVP esp after all the garbage he has been subjected too from the media.

    That said I hope Harvin plays well enough that he is also in the discussion for who deserves it most between Kam, Wags, RW, ET, Okung, M. Rob, Tate, Baldwin, Kearse, Mebane, Avril, Breno (sets a new SB record for instigating opponents PF penalties) Bennett, and not Hauschka because we only score TDs so light duty for him.

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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 7:18 pm
  • AsylumGuido wrote:
    Cartire wrote:
    AsylumGuido wrote:The simple fact is that Percy Harvin, as much potential as he may have, has contributed far less than every other player on your active roster to get you to this point. Don't hang your hats on him. You have what it takes to take it all right now. If by some set of circumstances Harvin makes a key play in the game this Sunday, step back, take a DEEP breath and realize that is was not Harvin, but your currently awesome roster that brought you the victory.


    Oh I completely understand the team without Harvin has proved it can compete and win on Sunday. But a healthy Harvin is factually a D.Coordinators worst nightmare. He's just too good.


    Yes, he has been good. For your sake I hope he can be again. But, he has contributed to leas than 0.0276 percent of the Seahawks' plays on the season.

    Do not put all of your emotional eggs in his basket.

    Disclaimer: I totally made up that percentage, but y'all get the point.


    Exactly, so he is due to cash in his chips. :th2thumbs:
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:31 pm
  • I share all of your enthusiasm for Percy Harvin in this game. I cannot wait. I'm sure he can't wait either. Having been sidelined almost all year with that frustrating hip injury, he's such a competitive guy that I know he's been itching to get out on that field and wreak havoc. He may not be slipping under the Broncos' radar, but he's certainly being overlooked by the media, as I can only assume they believe he wont make it through the game.
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Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:37 pm
  • On a serious note....I think its obv who I want to be MVP. I have a mancrush on Wilson. He is so awesome. The QB our Franchise Wants and the QB our Franchise deserves!! :)
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:46 pm
  • I Look at it this way.
    Percy has been a disappointment plain and simple.
    But Percy loves the big stage, and a chance for a ring!
    They should just tell him to ball out!
    He's got the whole off season to get ready for the next game.
    I'm ready for this guy to be a Seahawk!
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:48 pm
  • I'm really hoping Harvin is a big factor and we win. But I'm also kinda worried that if we game plan too heavily around having Harvin it could hurt us.

    We need to be prepared for him to get knocked out of the game at any moment. I almost feel like it's more likely he gets hurt before having a big impact than it is for him to finish the game unscathed with solid contributions. Hopefully I'm wrong though, he just seems so brittle, you know they are gonna be headhunting if the Super Bowl is on the line.
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Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:50 pm
  • If he MVP's this game he's earned him money this year. Even if he doesn't MVP, no doubt our offense looked better in the 1st half against the Saints when Harvin was on the field, and the Saints have a far superior defense to Denver's. The presence of Harvin is a gameplan changer for the Bronco's D, and that in itself could change the result of the game.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 10:08 pm
  • Percy is going to have something to prove here. I think he and Lynch are going to come out on fire! Could be a blowout! :thirishdrinkers:
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Tue Jan 28, 2014 10:20 pm
  • The biggest thing I hope for with Percy playing is that it opens up some lanes for Beast. I honestly hope he wins the MVP because of all he's done for this team over the past few years.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 10:20 pm
  • AsylumGuido wrote:Yes, he has been good. For your sake I hope he can be again. But, he has contributed to leas than 0.0276 percent of the Seahawks' plays on the season.

    Do not put all of your emotional eggs in his basket.


    Disclaimer: I totally made up that percentage, but y'all get the point.


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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Tue Jan 28, 2014 10:59 pm
  • All I know is... those 35:1 odds on Percy winning Super Bowl MVP look mighty juicy :mrgreen:

    It would be such a poetic end to the Lombardi chase if Percy just had a big impact on the Super Bowl.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:06 am
  • People can say what they want about Percy... But at the end of the day, he is a big time play-maker in the biggest game in professional sports.
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Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:33 am
  • sturg78 wrote:If he makes huge plays and gets mvp, would everyone be okay with his year and the millions he made?


    Absolutely.

    I'm OK with it even if he doesn't win the SB MVP. I was hard at times on Harvin during the season, but that's mainly because I was being an dip****. The man loves the game and I believe wholeheartedly that he would have been out there for every snap if he could. There was a time where I really doubted that and he proved me wrong.

    He's a big piece to our future success and keeping this momentum going.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:48 am
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    sturg78 wrote:If he makes huge plays and gets mvp, would everyone be okay with his year and the millions he made?


    Absolutely.

    I'm OK with it even if he doesn't win the SB MVP. I was hard at times on Harvin during the season, but that's mainly because I was being an dip****. The man loves the game and I believe wholeheartedly that he would have been out there for every snap if he could. There was a time where I really doubted that and he proved me wrong.

    He's a big piece to our future success and keeping this momentum going.


    Cheers to you bro. :thirishdrinkers: Good to see some 12 love in Percy's corner. He is a part of our team and I am pulling for him to blow the doors off of Denver.

    Note: Kearse took a kickoff to the house in the pre-season (no need to explain to me about pre-season and its merits, etc) so if Kearse can do it, Harvin can do it better.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:55 am
  • CallMeADawg wrote:
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    sturg78 wrote:If he makes huge plays and gets mvp, would everyone be okay with his year and the millions he made?


    Absolutely.

    I'm OK with it even if he doesn't win the SB MVP. I was hard at times on Harvin during the season, but that's mainly because I was being an dip****. The man loves the game and I believe wholeheartedly that he would have been out there for every snap if he could. There was a time where I really doubted that and he proved me wrong.

    He's a big piece to our future success and keeping this momentum going.


    Cheers to you bro. :thirishdrinkers: Good to see some 12 love in Percy's corner. He is a part of our team and I am pulling for him to blow the doors off of Denver.

    Note: Kearse took a kickoff to the house in the pre-season (no need to explain to me about pre-season and its merits, etc) so if Kearse can do it, Harvin can do it better.


    Absolutely! One of the few talents I possess is being able to admit to being wrong. There was a time where I had my doubts about Harvin's desire. Which again, only proved I was being a dick to a man that I had never met. I look at that Saints game, and the look on his face when he knew he was done for the day. He was crushed. Further, and while I have zero proof of this (but thought I read it somewhere), the Seahawks were going to IR him and he stopped that from happening.

    I could see Harvin return a kick to the house in this game. Has anything been said on whether or not he'll be the one back there?
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Wed Jan 29, 2014 1:36 am
  • Harvin will be returning kickoffs. :)
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Wed Jan 29, 2014 1:50 am
  • AsylumGuido wrote:The simple fact is that Percy Harvin, as much potential as he may have, has contributed far less than every other player on your active roster to get you to this point. Don't hang your hats on him. You have what it takes to take it all right now. If by some set of circumstances Harvin makes a key play in the game this Sunday, step back, take a DEEP breath and realize that is was not Harvin, but your currently awesome roster that brought you the victory.


    Oh, I don't think many of us are 'hanging our hat' on him, but his mere presence is a factor that makes the entire offense more productive. We may end up needing a bit more 'production' to keep pace with the Donkos. I know the last Saints game is probably not your favorite thing to watch, but if you look at how our 'O' was moving in the first half, with Percy still in, compared with when he was sidelined, there's a noticeable difference. The Safeties definitely have to play more honest and disciplined with Percy on the field.

    Our offensive production doesn't start and stop with him, but he damn sure makes a difference.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:36 am
  • It would be very ironic if Percy won Super Bowl MVP, he really hasn't done much for us all season but we are talking about one game now. I think the 35:1 odds reflect the belief that he's still not 100% and will likely be injured on his first significant hit.

    He has the kind of skills that if we won and he was 100% healthy he should have at least 1/4 chance to be MVP.

    I believe the Seahawks are more likely to win although the margin is smaller the more analysis I do. I just think Denver's offense is so good if anyone can find the holes it's Payton Manning. There's always the chance we are just too much for them, but I'm kinda leaning towards them being effective offensively. So if we are favored to win and Harvin has 1/4 chance to be Seahawks MVP at full health, then his odds should be A LOT better than 35:1. I think if Harvin was healthy it would be like 7:1 at best. I'm thinking right now it might be more like 20:1 since I am not convinced he can make it through the game, and he is probably still a bit hurt.

    I think Seahawks MVP chances are about like this (not accounting for possible chance of Denver to win):

    Russel Wilson: 50%
    Lynch: 25%
    Sherman: 8%
    Baldwin: 7%
    Harvin: 6%
    Other player (even if we have some amazing contributions): 4%

    That is my drunk analysis right now but I feel pretty confident about that. You could multiply all those by about .6 if you want to factor in the 40% chance Broncos win (that's being pretty generous of me for a die hard Seahawks fan, but I do think they have a legit chance).
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Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:05 am
  • I'd love for Harvin to beecome MVP of this game. Maybe all my Viking neighbors will finally stop trying to tell me they got the better end of the trade.

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Wed Jan 29, 2014 6:20 am
  • I am just amazed/ stunned that the media on every channel I have watched thus far still ignores the Seahawks in this game. Sure they give the Defense their backhanded compliment. Then turn around and say Manning is too good and will carve us with so many weapons.

    And our offense with Percy and Lynch opening up our Pedestrians is totally ignored. I freaking hate the media and I am done watching anything until the ball is kicked off. I hope The Hawks are just as angry and tee off!

    I just want to see that depressed Donkey face Elway hang his fat head and exit stage left.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Wed Jan 29, 2014 1:48 pm
  • Denver will have a hard time accounting for all of our offensive weapons. As such, they're likely to give less attention to one in favor of others. I think they focus on containing Lynch and Russell and take their chances with Harvin. They will be counting on a lack of chemistry between Harvin and the rest of the offense, and the possibility that he doesn't last the entire game. This gives Denver their best chance to win, but also opens it up for Harvin to have a big game.

    Based on what I've seen so far...I'm excited for the big game from Percy!
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Wed Jan 29, 2014 9:28 pm
  • Denver will present Seattle the softest defense they have faced since Atlanta.

    They talk about French Dip, Sausage Link, Quino Burger or whatever their big DLine guy's name is as if the Hawks haven't played against a good DLine all year. Their "star" DB is DRC with a 45 year veteran on the other side.

    They don't have Miller to pass rush and the Hawks have Russell "greased pig" Wilson to contend with. These guys aren't going to be able to stop Beast Mode. Are you kidding me? If SF and NOLA can't stop Beast Mode when they know it is coming, HOW IN THE HELL IS DENVER GOING TO DO IT? We have all heard it before... if you stop Lynch and make Wilson throw the ball you can win. Go ahead and TRY.

    Oh yeah. . This was about Harvin. I wonder what he is going to be doing while everyone is trying to stop Lynch and spying RW.

    Denver has at least one backup in at every level of the defense with nothing resembling depth. I have a very good feeling about what happens with Harvin on the field.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Wed Jan 29, 2014 9:46 pm
  • The more I think about it, the more I realize that Harvin, who appears to be ready to go, is by far the most dangerous guy on the field Sunday. Some would argue Manning, but Percy is coming to play in the single biggest game of his career.

    Does anyone recognize the damage this guy can do once he gets it going?

    I do not think the Hawks need Harvin to score in this game, but if he gets a pass on the run, rather than catching the difficult ones he has seen he will remind us of why the Hawks went after him.
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Re: Percy is going to be a huge factor
Wed Jan 29, 2014 10:39 pm
  • It's why we win despite King Peyton. The deal is Denver is thinking we're in a 5 card Stud game straight up but no one informed them that Jokers are included in the deck.
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