We’re 20 players into NFL.com’s “Top 100 Players of 2013” and the Seahawks already have two representatives on the list.
Last night on NFL Network, wide receiver Percy Harvin joined center Max Unger (No. 95) as the 90th-best player in the League according to his peers.
It’s hard to believe Harvin didn’t rank a little bit higher. After all, Harvin was having himself an MVP-caliber season for the Vikings before he suffered an ankle injury in Week 9 against the Seahawks. He was a focal point of their offense and managed to put up 1,347 total yards (receiving, returning, and rushing) and five touchdowns despite missing Minnesota’s final seven games on injured reserve.
“Anytime your peers are voting for you, it’s always a great accomplishment,” Harvin said last night to NFL Network. “I’m just looking to go from there and get better.”