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Harvin could play as soon as Monday

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Now that Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin has returned to practice for the Seahawks on Tuesday, the question becomes how soon he’ll play.

How about Monday night?

Per a league source, Harvin could play against the Rams in six days.

The key would is “could.”  No decision has been made whether he will.  It depends on how Harvin performs and how his surgically repaired hip responds.

We’ve previously heard that the Seahawks won’t hold Harvin until a later point in the season.  When he’s ready, he’ll play.

But why play him on Monday night at St. Louis against a team with Kellen Clemens at the top of the quarterback depth chart?  The Seahawks definitely don’t need Harvin in order to beat the Rams.

The goal could be to show a few looks that future opponents will have to deal with in preparing to face a Seahawks offense that could use a little boost.  Against teams better than the Rams.

Regardless of whether Harvin actually plays on Monday night, the Seahawks now have three weeks to let him practice without adding him to the active roster.  When he’s moved to the active roster, the Seahawks would have to cut a player, waive a player, or put someone on a “reserve” list.

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  1. filthymcnasty1 says: Oct 22, 2013 6:26 PM

    In hindsight, Rick Spielman clearly won this trade.

    Because Rick Spielman is a Mortician.

  2. dirtybird70 says: Oct 22, 2013 6:27 PM

    He’s probably getting a migraine just thinking about it

  3. thebirdofprey2 says: Oct 22, 2013 6:29 PM

    Until Bradford got hurt, I thought the Rams Monday Night Game would be the return of Percy Harvin. Rams played Hawks hard both games last year but with Kellen Clemmons I just don’t see it happening.

    12th man is excited to see you Harvin, but one more week of rest and being ready for a playoff run just makes sense to me. Ricardo Lockette is back on our practice squad. A little FYI.

  4. bennyb82 says: Oct 22, 2013 6:29 PM

    Funny how everyone thought Cordarelle Patterson was going to replace Harvin…

  5. vikes89allday says: Oct 22, 2013 6:31 PM

    Right time and place for a return this man can carry the Seahawks to and through the playoff tournament

  6. donnymacjack says: Oct 22, 2013 6:33 PM

    I can’t wait until Percy puts the naysayers to rest and makes them eat their words.

    Where will he play? Who knows, the Hawks have a lot of really good WR’s, both in the slot and at both wides. But Percy Harvin brings an element they don’t have…barn burning speed and the ability to return kickoffs. Tate’s got the punt returns handled. So if nothing else he will command respect and double teams, opening the way for DB, GT, and SR. And that in turn will open the way for more Beast Mode!

  7. thereisfootballwestofjersey says: Oct 22, 2013 6:35 PM

    Let me get this straight. The Seahawks gave this chandelier 67 million dollars AND gave the Minnesota Vikings 3 draft picks?

    ROFLMAWO!!!!!

    What happens to inury prone players? They get injured! Steven Jackson, Danny Amendola, Mike Vick etc, etc, .They’re not worth the time of day for the 4 to 5 games a year they give you.

    He’ll be out by Dec 1st!

  8. beauregard says: Oct 22, 2013 6:36 PM

    Please Seahawks, don’t underestimate or take lightly any team. This is the NFL, where anything can happen from week to week.

  9. hillbillyjim says: Oct 22, 2013 6:38 PM

    Seattle is 6-1, do they need anyone to carry them?

  10. dukeearl says: Oct 22, 2013 6:39 PM

    Only having the game in the history books will it be decided.
    St. Louis Rams, 17th against the pass, 30th against the rush.
    A good time to let Robinson and Harvin get their game legs under them.
    Provided they don’t take unnecessary risks.

  11. logicalvoiceseys says: Oct 22, 2013 6:41 PM

    If I were the Seahwks I’d honestly hold him out until late November. This guy is just too injury prone, but he can be a great player when healthy. Just save him for when the games really count.

  12. dukeearl says: Oct 22, 2013 6:41 PM

    donnymacjack says:
    Oct 22, 2013 6:33 PM
    I can’t wait until Percy puts the naysayers to rest and makes them eat their words.

    Where will he play? Who knows, the Hawks have a lot of really good WR’s, both in the slot and at both wides. But Percy Harvin brings an element they don’t have…barn burning speed and the ability to return kickoffs. Tate’s got the punt returns handled. So if nothing else he will command respect and double teams, opening the way for DB, GT, and SR. And that in turn will open the way for more Beast Mode!
    *************
    Liking the idea of getting the tackles back… Harvin back.. Robinson back…

    Getting stronger…

    Did I miss anybody?

  13. jdubb84 says: Oct 22, 2013 6:41 PM

    I like how Vikes fans laughed at us for this trade…how’s the season going for you guys fellas?

  14. kylexitron says: Oct 22, 2013 6:44 PM

    To all the Harvin-Haters-

    Until last year when he hurt his ankle in an injury any NFL Player could have gotten, he’d only been inactive for 3 games over 3 seasons, one of which included the playoffs.

    So for everyone making ill-informed migraine jokes, Percy actually plays as much or more than any other NFL receiver.

    The migraine issue only became a national story because it also happened to coincide with Favre joining the Vikings and bringing the Eye of Sauron down upon the whole team.

    Just thought you might be able to use some facts.

  15. handsomehawk says: Oct 22, 2013 6:44 PM

    The thought of Mike Rob and Percy coming out of the tunnel at the clink brings the same chills I had as a kid envisioning Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior entering the ring as entries #29 & #30 in the Royal Rumble..back when Wrastl’n was “Real”

    Go Hawks

  16. scmems07 says: Oct 22, 2013 6:45 PM

    “12th man is excited to see you Harvin”

    Why would the a&m aggies be excited to see harvin?

  17. scmems07 says: Oct 22, 2013 6:49 PM

    “Where will he play? Who knows, the Hawks have a lot of really good WR’s, both in the slot and at both wides”

    Funny, when Wilson has a bad game people kept saying how the o line is hurt and the receiving core is weak, but this guy seems to be a big fan and he thinks the receiving core is really good…… so who is right?

  18. donnymacjack says: Oct 22, 2013 6:50 PM

    Percy Harvin in. Mike Robinson back. Breno Giacomini soon. Russell Okung shortly thereafter.

    The Seahawks are getting their pieces back for the second half run. If the team can stay healthy…if they can stay focused…if they can stay within themselves….watch out.

  19. handsomehawk says: Oct 22, 2013 6:53 PM

    scmems07 says: Oct 22, 2013 6:49 PM

    “Where will he play? Who knows, the Hawks have a lot of really good WR’s, both in the slot and at both wides”

    Funny, when Wilson has a bad game people kept saying how the o line is hurt and the receiving core is weak, but this guy seems to be a big fan and he thinks the receiving core is really good…… so who is right?
    ____________________________________

    And the award for biggest Troll for most played out comments in less than a 5 minute span goes to???

    Clown Shoes scmems07

  20. dukeearl says: Oct 22, 2013 6:54 PM

    scmems07, really?
    Still can’t give credit to the hawks?

  21. iheartharvin says: Oct 22, 2013 7:01 PM

    Seashells won’t beat the Packers in the playoffs. No way, no how.

  22. adderal says: Oct 22, 2013 7:02 PM

    wondering who is the odd man out between tate, baldwin and rice when harvin arrives. seems like the two younger ones are on there way to being great. I guess that leave rice?

  23. jiminauburn says: Oct 22, 2013 7:03 PM

    Why would they want to play him to give opponents a look to defend against. Wouldn’t it be better to wait and play the opponents with them not having a look at how he is used?

    Plus, the more time he has after surgery the better. Just keep him at practice until he is needed. But then again it might be good for him to have a few games under his belt prior to being counted on to perform.

  24. assuredmutualdestruction says: Oct 22, 2013 7:04 PM

    The Seahawks have really weathered a lot of unexpected injuries and personell losses. Robinson coming back isn’t huge, but it will provide an emotional boost heading into the middle of the schedule.

    As far as having Harvin goes…if the guy can play and he’s healthy, it’s a wrap. Get your popcorn and peanuts kids, it’s going to be a show.

  25. radar8 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:07 PM

    The SheHawks should do well. They don’t face any good teams until they face the 49ers in week 13 (12?).
    Even if the 9ers beat Seattle, Seattle will still have a game on the 9ers and will likely take the division.

  26. radar8 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:08 PM

    The Seahawks only face one team with a winning record for the rest of the season. easy, peasy.

  27. jiminauburn says: Oct 22, 2013 7:11 PM

    scmems07,
    The receiving corps is not weak. They are pretty good. Most of the problems that the Seahawks have had are directly tied to pass protection with at one point 3-4 of the starters in the o-line out. Now we are just down to having both tackles out. Hopefully they come back soon in time for the second half push.

    The receivers are so good, not sure who you sit for Harvin.

  28. justrunit11 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:14 PM

    still sad harvin got traded ponder, frazier and his boys plus Rick were the headaches

  29. scmems07 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:15 PM

    I give them all the credit, they are 6-1 and playing good all around, all I’ve ever said is I don’t think they have the offensive output to pay with the high power offensive teams, I’m not wrong, their biggest offensive outputs have come against the jags and a niners team that was down, they couldn’t out score the Colts. I said they played a good team and lost and beat a bunch of bad teams, am I wrong?

    It’s funny that when they do well, certain parts of the team are great, but when they lose the excuses come out, it’s not just they lost to the better team.

  30. dbara43 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:16 PM

    Our offense “could use a little help”? Really? We’re averaging better than 27 ppg and giving up 12.

    Who needs the help?

  31. pacificnw7722 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:17 PM

    Can’t wait for Russell Wilson to start throwing passes to Percy out of the backfield!

  32. beastmode5150 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:20 PM

    Give opponents a look to defend against? How did that work for years when people played against him as a Viking? Not well.

  33. fakegregbrinda says: Oct 22, 2013 7:22 PM

    donnymacjack says:
    Oct 22, 2013 6:33 PM
    I can’t wait until Percy puts the naysayers to rest and makes them eat their words.

    Where will he play? Who knows, the Hawks have a lot of really good WR’s, both in the slot and at both wides.

    —-

    Bro, I really respect the Seahawks, so take joy when I say that Percy Harvin is in a much, much different class than the other Seattle receivers. Sidney Rice wouldn’t be a No. 1 receiver on a ton of NFL teams. What the Seahawks have is a group of receivers who are good enough to see the field but are really depth guys more than difference-makers. Harvin, though, is a difference-maker. Whenever he comes back, he’ll be the clear-cut primary option and the only Seattle receiver for whom defenses will have to game-plan.

    It’s a great team. I think this is a measured evaluation of its talent.

  34. slbasegame257 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:22 PM

    I’ve got a message for Vikings fans who claimed they won on the Percy Harvin trade. Your team has won one game and put on the most embarrassing show in the history of Monday Night Football. Seahawks are 6-1 and the best team in the NFC. You did not win on this trade. GO HAWKS

  35. assuredmutualdestruction says: Oct 22, 2013 7:26 PM

    scmems07
    It’s funny that when they do well, certain parts of the team are great, but when they lose the excuses come out, it’s not just they lost to the better team.
    —————————————————–
    You can paint every single fanbase in the league with that same brush, captian obvious.

  36. swaggyy says: Oct 22, 2013 7:39 PM

    Both teams won the trade in my opinion. They both filled needs. Whoever Seattle would have taken at 25 probably would not be seeing the field right now anyways. Just because Harvin has missed 7 games doesn’t take away the next 5 and a half years he has with us and he can easily make it so Seattle clearly “won” the trade in that time. I think he should play Monday but only to get his feet wet. Then after that full go.

  37. dukeearl says: Oct 22, 2013 7:45 PM

    scmems07 says:
    Oct 22, 2013 7:15 PM
    I give them all the credit, they are 6-1 and playing good all around, all I’ve ever said is I don’t think they have the offensive output to pay with the high power offensive teams, I’m not wrong, their biggest offensive outputs have come against the jags and a niners team that was down, they couldn’t out score the Colts. I said they played a good team and lost and beat a bunch of bad teams, am I wrong?

    It’s funny that when they do well, certain parts of the team are great, but when they lose the excuses come out, it’s not just they lost to the better team.
    **************
    It seems regardless of win or lose you always find fault.
    Yes they lost to the colts. Only by 6, swap a couple of questionable officiating calls and it is a 7 point win. Colts was a close game.
    You yourself posted quite often about them not being a team that could win on the road. Yet they have done that.
    When you post something you like to portray it as some act of wisdom.
    When a Seahawk fan posts something the best you can come up with is “Seahawk fans are sensitive”
    Now you post that they don’t have the offensive output. Fair enough. Do you acknowledge that their o-line is patchwork at best and yet they still find ways to win? Do you also acknowledge that they have not once fielded their offensive starters?
    I try to give you credit but it seems like you are turning into a Seahawk hater who doesn’t care to acknowledge that they have an excellent team this year.

  38. dukeearl says: Oct 22, 2013 7:48 PM

    fakegregbrinda says:
    Oct 22, 2013 7:22 PM
    donnymacjack says:
    Oct 22, 2013 6:33 PM
    I can’t wait until Percy puts the naysayers to rest and makes them eat their words.

    Where will he play? Who knows, the Hawks have a lot of really good WR’s, both in the slot and at both wides.

    —-

    Bro, I really respect the Seahawks, so take joy when I say that Percy Harvin is in a much, much different class than the other Seattle receivers. Sidney Rice wouldn’t be a No. 1 receiver on a ton of NFL teams. What the Seahawks have is a group of receivers who are good enough to see the field but are really depth guys more than difference-makers. Harvin, though, is a difference-maker. Whenever he comes back, he’ll be the clear-cut primary option and the only Seattle receiver for whom defenses will have to game-plan.

    It’s a great team. I think this is a measured evaluation of its talent.
    *******
    I think that is a fairly good evaluation. My only difference of opinion is that Harvin doesn’t need to make one catch. Having him on the field will change the way the defense plays against Seattle.
    Having him on the field will make the other receivers better.

  39. shutupbrees says: Oct 22, 2013 7:49 PM

    “Why play him against the Rams?”

    Maybe because they can sprinkle him at will, and not be too worried about him over-exerting himself like he may in a playoff atmosphere v. the 49’ers

  40. seatownballers says: Oct 22, 2013 7:50 PM

    Remember when Vikings fans said we got hustled for those draft picks? They kept saying thank you. We now say, you’re welcome. Good luck rebuilding, how much ya want for Peterson?

  41. scmems07 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:54 PM

    Laughable and hopeless. I’ll just keep having fun with the fan base.

  42. bigguy54 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:54 PM

    Harvin will more than likely get some playing time, but not a lot. They will get him out there, and let him gets some snaps at game speed. Also it will help for Wilson to be able to throw to him at game speed. I doubt they do too much with him, because they probably won’t have too.

    This will change if is hip bothers him, but seeing him move in practice today, I think he is just fine.

  43. donnymacjack says: Oct 22, 2013 7:56 PM

    scmems07 says: Oct 22, 2013 6:49 PM

    Funny, when Wilson has a bad game people kept saying how the o line is hurt and the receiving core is weak, but this guy seems to be a big fan and he thinks the receiving core is really good…… so who is right?

    —————————

    If you don’t like the Seahawks I would recommend reading and learning something about them before spouting off your mouth with senseless dribble that is full of ignorance.

    Show me another team that top to bottom has a core-4 of WR’s better than the Seahawks. Yes there are teams with #1 WR’s that are better than one of the Seahawk WR’s. But go down their list to their #2, #3, and #4.

    Sadly I suspect you are a 49ers fan. Too bad, because as a group the 49ers fans are some of the smartest and most knowledgable in the league. It’s the Niner fans that make our rivalry one of the best in the game. Sadly your dribble brings down their entire following…Then again you might just be a Cardinal fan, trying miserably to to mask yourself as a Niner fan. That would make much more sense.

  44. wimpyburgers says: Oct 22, 2013 8:00 PM

    Last year the Seattle defense snuffed Percy Harvin and the Vikings. He was a total non-factor and had to leave the game with zero yards.
    I could go as far to say that the hip issue he decided to repair in th pre-season, he’s been hiding it for 9 months until he got a new, humungus contract.

    So let’s see Seahawks fans, if the Hawks have ANY LUCK AT ALL signing big-name receivers…. Housh? Deion Branch? Burleson?

  45. realitycheckbaby says: Oct 22, 2013 8:00 PM

    Best team in the NFC just became the best team in the NFL.

  46. madcapper6 says: Oct 22, 2013 8:02 PM

    Quote from scmems07:”It’s funny that when they do well, certain parts of the team are great, but when they lose the excuses come out, it’s not just they lost to the better team.”

    If you’re actually naive enough to think that the better team always wins, then I guess you can say the Chargers are better than both the Seahawks AND Indy right? I mean, the Chargers beat Indy. They haven’t played the Seahawks but based on your rationale that the better team always wins, then if they beat the team that beat the Seahawks, then they would also beat the Seahawks too right?

    Indy is not the better team, which totally invalidates your point.

  47. donnymacjack says: Oct 22, 2013 8:02 PM

    I should offer a tip of the cap to Dukeearl. I might not agree with you completely, but you put forth a clear, reasonable position. (Which is far better than the dribble a few posts above yours.)

    One thing I agree with completely is that defenses will have to game plan for the Hawks much differently with Harvin on the field. I expect he will open things up for the others guys quite nicely.

  48. realitycheckbaby says: Oct 22, 2013 8:04 PM

    radar8 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:07 PM

    The SheHawks should do well. They don’t face any good teams until they face the 49ers in week 13 (12?).
    Even if the 9ers beat Seattle, Seattle will still have a game on the 9ers and will likely take the division.
    =============================

    Uhhh, seems like the Saints are “ok”.

  49. donnymacjack says: Oct 22, 2013 8:05 PM

    Housh was a douche. Deion, while good, didn’t seem to do much after arriving…in fact he didn’t do much after he left either. Burleson did pretty well for the Hawks in more of a supporting #2 role. Rice has done pretty well also. But neither Rice nor Burleson was signed to be a #1.

    That said, WR hasn’t been real good to us in terms of FA acquisitions. Now D-linemen, that’s another story. :)

  50. sincityhawk says: Oct 22, 2013 8:08 PM

    One thing to add about all of this, which has nothing to do with the article at all. San Francisco Whiner fans keep posting on all football sites about their despise for “Shehawk” fans and how they will crush the “Seachickens” in San Fran come December and blah, blah, blah.

    The Seahawks are in your head so bad it’s hilarious. Yes, you can throw your Lombardi trophy’s at the 12th Man, but you hate the fact that we don’t give a sh!t about that and know that we just love punching you in the face lately. So when we beat you down in your ghetto, gang bang stadium,in December, we actually hope we see you in Seattle come the playoffs, as a Wild Card btw, so we can slap you around again.

    This sucks for you Niners, doesn’t it?

  51. packafan4life says: Oct 22, 2013 8:25 PM

    vikes89allday says:
    Oct 22, 2013 6:31 PM
    Right time and place for a return this man can carry the Seahawks to and through the playoff tournament

    ———————————————

    Just like he put the Vikings on his back? Good one…

  52. Go-Hawks! says: Oct 22, 2013 8:29 PM

    12th man was trademarked by the aggies in the 90s and the Seahawks and Texas A&M settled the case which gives Seattle perfectly legit rights to use the 12th man moniker.

    And if you claim Texas A&M made up the concept of 12th man then you know nothing and are not worth talking to. Seattle didn’t make it up and neither did A&M.

    The 12th man is an older concept than E. King Gill jumping out of the stands during the ’22 Dixie Classic.

  53. assuredmutualdestruction says: Oct 22, 2013 8:36 PM

    seatownballers says:Oct 22, 2013 7:50 PM

    Remember when Vikings fans said we got hustled for those draft picks? They kept saying thank you. We now say, you’re welcome. Good luck rebuilding, how much ya want for Peterson?
    ——————————————————–
    I love reading your posts, but honestly, I love me some Beastmode. I can’t get enough of Marshawn breaking two tackles and then straight-arming some unlucky corner to the ground. It’s crazy that he does that so consistently.

  54. assuredmutualdestruction says: Oct 22, 2013 8:42 PM

    packafan4life says:Oct 22, 2013 8:25 PM

    vikes89allday says:
    Oct 22, 2013 6:31 PM
    Right time and place for a return this man can carry the Seahawks to and through the playoff tournament

    ———————————————

    Just like he put the Vikings on his back? Good one…
    ———————————————————
    Um…I wouldn’t be hating on Harvin or the Seahawks with the way Greenbay’s recieving situation is currently looking.

  55. rainponcho87 says: Oct 22, 2013 8:47 PM

    sincityhawk:

    Re your comments and the use of the “we”. Just keep in mind while the team you cheer for is really good this year, you personally didn’t do anything. You act like the battle between the 49ers and the Seahawks fans on websites like this one somehow carries over to the field. Um, no. You are not getting in anyone’s head. If you even went to the 2nd game you added like .002 decibels to the then record total. Richard Sherman and Russell Wilson are really talented. You, not so much.

    Also even if all your dreams come true and the Seahawks win the superbowl this year, keep in mind that someone has to win every year. Its just been happening all along for 47 years without Seahawk fans being aware of it.

  56. bobnelsonjr says: Oct 22, 2013 8:48 PM

    Why all the fuss? A part time player is back in time just to get hurt again.

    The Seahawks receivers are good enough without this distraction. Harvin does not have any accomplishments and the Seahawks will soon learn they made a huge mistake in making the trade.

    He won’t be on the Seahawks roster at the end of 2015. Seahawks fans have not even seen this player perform (neither did the vikings) and will surely be disappointed.

  57. conormacleod says: Oct 22, 2013 8:51 PM

    Not really sure why Seahawks fans are ripping the Vikings. If the trade wasn’t made, the Vikings would just have an injured Percy. But, Patterson (Percy’s replacement) is leading the NFL in kick returns. Nobody knows if Percy will return to form, or the draft picks the Vikings received will amount to anything. The only thing we know for sure is that Percy has been injured and hasn’t played yet.

  58. fwbrodie says: Oct 22, 2013 8:51 PM

    I cannot wait to see this dude rocking #11 in Seahawk blue.

    I, of course, feel the exact opposite as every other NFL team.

  59. wpitf says: Oct 22, 2013 9:00 PM

    Vikings actually did OK on this trade. Percy had a bad attitude in MN and wanted to walk off the team. Had he done that, MIN would have gotten nothing. (or maybe just a compensatory pick)

    However, we got a 1st rounder for him, when the pundits thought he was worth about a 3rd rounder.
    So, that was better than expected.

    At worst, this trade could be a win-win, if he produces for you. You got to think of your opportunity cost, because you could have drafted another player in the first round instead.

    It doesn’t really make sense, and is pretty classless, to crap on the Vikings. Yes, our team is horrible, and we have to deal with that. Don’t get too conceited, your franchise hasn’t won any titles yet either. You do look good, so good luck this year.

    Patterson isn’t Percy, but I’ve been happy with the little output he’s had so far – a few TDs, etc. Hopefully, he gets better, and doesn’t get a bad attitude. The team is a train wreck, and we’re trying to turn it around.

  60. ketch20too says: Oct 22, 2013 9:44 PM

    AP sure has been lighting it up without Percy in Minny. Maybe, just maybe, when Defenses have to put so much focus on Harvin, things opened up for AP. Hopefully, he causes the same problems for Hawks’ opponents and Beastmode explodes.

  61. assuredmutualdestruction says: Oct 22, 2013 9:56 PM

    conormacleod says:Oct 22, 2013 8:51 PM

    Not really sure why Seahawks fans are ripping the Vikings. If the trade wasn’t made, the Vikings would just have an injured Percy. But, Patterson (Percy’s replacement) is leading the NFL in kick returns. Nobody knows if Percy will return to form, or the draft picks the Vikings received will amount to anything. The only thing we know for sure is that Percy has been injured and hasn’t played yet.
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    The only thing I know is there are a lot of Viking fans that like to gloat about how he’s been injured and generally talk trash. Although, with the way Ponder has played, all the talk about Harvin not liking him seems to be justified. Let’s see how he does with Wilson throwing highly catchable balls in full stride to him.

  62. assuredmutualdestruction says: Oct 22, 2013 10:06 PM

    rainponcho87 says:Oct 22, 2013 8:47 PM

    sincityhawk:

    Re your comments and the use of the “we”. Just keep in mind while the team you cheer for is really good this year, you personally didn’t do anything. You act like the battle between the 49ers and the Seahawks fans on websites like this one somehow carries over to the field. Um, no. You are not getting in anyone’s head. If you even went to the 2nd game you added like .002 decibels to the then record total. Richard Sherman and Russell Wilson are really talented. You, not so much.

    Also even if all your dreams come true and the Seahawks win the superbowl this year, keep in mind that someone has to win every year. Its just been happening all along for 47 years without Seahawk fans being aware of it.
    ———————————————————
    Wow…thanks for the wisdom, Ghandi. Maybe you should try applying some of it to your own fanbase. Clean up your own dirt before you try to tell someone else about theirs. And don’t clap or do the wave when opposing players are being immobilized and carted off the field. It’s really pathetic.

  63. beastmode5150 says: Oct 22, 2013 10:17 PM

    Man I love haters. Go hawks.

  64. thebirdofprey2 says: Oct 22, 2013 10:20 PM

    scmems07 says: Oct 22, 2013 7:15 PM

    ———————————

    That was about 3 or 4 trolling post in a row. You slapped around in football talk every single thread and come back for more but nothing wrong with being obsessed with the Seattle Seahawks.

    scmems07 < logicalvoices

  65. nodindenver says: Oct 22, 2013 10:27 PM

    Not a Hawks fan but, if his mind and hip are right, Percy can flat out ball! He is far better than any receiver they have.

  66. bpeterson464 says: Oct 23, 2013 12:56 AM

    wimpyburgers says:
    Oct 22, 2013 8:00 PM
    Last year the Seattle defense snuffed Percy Harvin and the Vikings. He was a total non-factor and had to leave the game with zero yards.
    I could go as far to say that the hip issue he decided to repair in th pre-season, he’s been hiding it for 9 months until he got a new, humungus contract.

    So let’s see Seahawks fans, if the Hawks have ANY LUCK AT ALL signing big-name receivers…. Housh? Deion Branch? Burleson?
    ___________________________

    Dang, I must have missed some math classes, I think he had 35 yards, with some extra on KR duty, but that must equal 0 now…

  67. strongmackn says: Oct 23, 2013 5:32 AM

    Im a hawks fan… but this comment has nothing to do with the hawks or firing back at the comments on here.

    When Percy Harvin is on the field, theres not too many players in the nfl that are as fun to watch. Not many who will change a game like he can. He was on my fantasy team last year, and he was rippin it before wk 6 or 7. Top 5 wr in fantasy scoring… He wasnt happy in Minnesota. Understandably so. Look at the state of their franchise the last couple years. No disrespect to their fans, or good players, but they seem like they aim for mediocrity. They have one of the best rbs of all time, outside of that they suck and have no identity. They have a replacement level coach.

    He has a decent shot witb a decent qb now on a franchise that has identity, direction, and momentum.

    Its gonna be cool to see him on the field.

  68. discosucs2005 says: Oct 23, 2013 7:48 AM

    If it’s even close, why would they play him against the Rams?

  69. thereyougo2 says: Oct 23, 2013 7:16 PM

    Seahawks, you finally get a decent team but that actor head coach of yours will turn things around before Percy plays a full season for yee.

    Not many people can find Seattle let alone know where it is. Has Harvin played a down yet, how about preseason? Guys a really good player when he played for Florida. Seemed to have a lot of headaches while in Minny.

  70. inallsincerity says: Oct 23, 2013 11:00 PM

    One thing’s for sure, Percy was right about Ponder! Frazier looked like a fool saying Ponder will continue to be our starting QB. Now that Spielman realizes Ponder is garbage, Frazier is all in on Freeman? Gimme a break, Leslie is looking more and more like a stooge!

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