Seattle Seahawks Percy Harvin returns the ball for a touchdown at the beginning of the second half in Super Bowl 2014 widening the gap to a 29-0 lead over the Denver Broncos.
Harvin, who only played in two games for the entire 2013 NFL season, showed his speed as he returned the ball at the beginning of the second half for a touchdown. The Seahawks, who have been dominating the game both offensively and defensively, have practically clinched the Super Bowl win.
Percy Harvin has struggled in the 2013 season after having hip surgery in August. The wide-receiver, who missed the NFC Championship game after suffering a concussion, came to play in the 2014 Super Bowl with a kick-off return that may have guaranteed the Seattle Seahawk’s victory over the Denver Broncos.
Seattle Seahawks Percy Harvin Returns Ball for Touchdown at Second Half Kick-Off in Super Bowl 2014.