My favorite parts:
I wasn't paying close enough attention to realize that Harvin had that kind of season last year. Jeez.
Harvin gives Seattle a clear No. 1 receiver who is capable of getting huge chunks of yards at a time. As impressive as Adrian Peterson was in 2012, at the midpoint of last season Harvin was the Viking people talked about as an MVP candidate. Through nine games, he was on pace for 110 catches and over 1,200 receiving yards and was averaging 35.9 yards per kickoff return.
There's no reason to think Harvin won't have that type of production for Seattle this season.
Harvin won't have a negative thing to say about his new quarterback because, No. 1, no one does, and, No. 2, his new teammates won't allow it.
So Harvin will work. He will be happy. And he will make the Seahawks the most dangerous team in the NFC.