The first thing the Percy Harvin trade does, on the surface, is make this Marshawn Lynch’s offense once again. The Seahawks have adamantly insisted that they haven’t changed their philosophy as a run-first team but getting rid of Harvin ensures it.
Here are our picks for the week, all made before the news of the Percy Harvin trade. But in my case, I'd probably leave the score about the same, anyway. I think Seattle is ready to put the commotion of the last week behind it and play to its usual style on both sides of the ball and get a much-need
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The Seahawks, according to sources, had decided Percy Harvin “just wasn’t a fit” with the rest of the team and the trade had as much to do with what was happening in the locker room as it did Harvin’s production on the field.