EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ -- So much for Percy Harvin not making an impact in Super Bowl XLVIII. After a first half that saw him included in the offensive gameplan from a rushing perspective, Harvin blew the lid off Met Life Stadium by taking the opening second-half kickoff to the house.
Harvin's electric return gave the Seahawks a 29-0 lead over the Broncos and certainly put into question whether the Broncos can even contend in this title game.
This is now the most consecutive points to start a Super Bowl in history. Previous largest was 24-0 by Redskins in XXVI & Dolphins in VIII.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 3, 2014
It's pretty hard to justify the trade of a first-round pick on a single play, but Harvin came pretty close at the start of the second half.