When all is said and done, Marvin Harrison will go down as one of the greatest receivers in NFL history. But he did not make his mark in the posteason.
The fine folks at coldhardfootballfacts.com came up with this beauty. Harrison ranks fourth all-time with 1,102 receptions and 14,580 receiving yards, and ranks fifth all-time with 128 touchdown receptions.
But in the post-season, he has been nothing more than ordinary. In 16 post-season games — the equivalent of one NFL regular season — Harrison has 65 catches for 862 yards and two touchdowns. Making it worse is that both those touchdowns came in one blowout 41-10 win over the Broncos.
Other than that, Harrison has failed to produce in the postseason, including just three catches for 20 yards during Saturday night’s 23-17 wild-card loss to the Chargers.
Harrison disappared Saturday night, just like he has in many postseason games. Now he might be disappearing from Indianapolis all together.