Harvin Plays, Loses Critical Fumble in NFC Championship Game
After speculation that Percy Harvin might not play in the NFC championship game due to migraine headaches, Harvin did play-but was involved in a play that cost the Vikings dearly against the New Orleans Saints. With the score tied at 21, Harvin fumbled on a reverse to give the Saints a short field, and the Saints scored three plays later to take the lead 28-21. The Vikings would tie the score at 28, but the Saints won in overtime 31-28.
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