"A lot of people were asking me, did (the Super Bowl) kind of make the season for me? And it did, but not at all," Harvin told KCPQ-TV's Aaron Levine. "I was brought to this team to make plays throughout the season, and I wasn't able to do that."
Harvin dealt with a nagging hip injury throughout the regular season and suffered a concussion in the playoffs. His entire offensive stat line for the year -- including two playoff appearances -- was five receptions for 43 yards and three carries for 54 yards.
The dynamic playmaker did have some memorable moments in the Super Bowl blowout. He ripped off a 30-yard jet sweep on just the second play from scrimmage, and his 87-yard kickoff return to start the second half slammed the door shut on the Broncos' remaining sliver of hope.
Harvin -- as healthy as he's been in a long while -- sounds determined to be a bigger part of the Seahawks' defense of the Lombardi Trophy.
"After the Super Bowl, it was good that I reached one of my dreams and, you know, I got to the pinnacle of football, but I just wasn't settled last year," Harvin said. "When I got home I took about two or three weeks off and I was right back to work."