Seahawks’ Percy Harvin Snags Impressive Pass With One Hand

Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin made his debut with Seattle against his former team the Minnesota Vikings Sunday, and he wasted no time showing his allegiance making a jaw-dropping one-handed catch early that gave the Seahawks a first down.

Harvin also returned a kick 58 yards to set up a Seahawks touchdown in the second quarter. Looks like one of the NFL’s best teams just got that much more dangerous.

Quarterback Russell Wilson went 13-of-18 passing for 230 yards and two touchdowns adding to the score, while running back Marshawn Lynch compiled 54 rushing yards on 17 carries and added two grabs for nine yards for the Seahawks, who have won a franchise-record 13 straight home games.

Vikings’ Adrian Peterson rushed for 65 yards on 21 carries, while Jarius Wright caught three passes for 69 yards and scored both touchdowns for the Vikings, who were coming off a 34-27 victory over Washington.

Seahawks cornerback Walter Thurmond put the game away in the fourth quarter after he picked off Minnesota’s quarterback Christian Ponder returning 29 yards for a touchdown and gaining a 41-20 victory over the Vikings.

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