Both WRs are better fits for their actual teams than the other team (that made no sense). Harvin will excel in the Hawks offense because when Wilson starts scrambling around and the defense starts to break down, Harvin will find himself in space against a LB and Wilson will find him on a dump off type of pass. Then Harvin uses his quickness in space to get YAC.
Boldin has the hands to reel in Kap's hardest lasers. When the window is tight, Kap can fit the pass in, and Boldin excels reeling in those type of passes with his body control.
No doubt Harvin is the more dynamic player provided he is healthy and when looking at them in a vacuum. But when you consider the salaries, the history of health, and the price each team paid to acquire them, Boldin is the more known commodity and is the better acquisition.
[ Edited by thl408 on Mar 16, 2013 at 10:58 AM ]