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Seattle's Lynch gets another big stage vs. Rams
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Updated 11:50 a.m., Sunday, December 11, 2011
SEATTLE (AP) — It took a national television audience, a couple of electric touchdown runs and the second-best game of Marshawn Lynch's career for his fascination with a certain fruit-flavored candy to get attention.
Two recent appearances on national TV made quite an impact, from his astonishing 67-yard TD run in the NFC playoffs last year against New Orleans to his 15-yard escape for a score last week against Philadelphia.
The zone blocking scheme that assistant head coach Tom Cable implemented during the shortened offseason took time to take hold, but working now.
With Seattle making a recommitment to the ground game around midseason, the Seahawks are working on five straight games with at least 100 y...
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Marshawn Lynch took a while to get going. But after rushing for more than 100 yards in five of the Seahawks’ last six games, Lynch has established himself as one of the most reliable running backs in the league. On Monday night against the Rams, he rushed for 115 yards. He also tied a franchise record by scoring a touchdown in his ninth consecutive game, taking a 16-yard carry...
Seattle Seahawks Marshawn Lynch gets his skittles after a TD run on Monday Night Football versus the St. Louis Rams. John Gruden from ESPN's broadcast team can be heard saying "what’s in these things." Whatever it is its working. Marshawn Lynch is the hottest running back in the NFL. The final score of the game on Monday Night Football was 30-13 Seattle over St. Louis.
During Seahawks games, the public relations team at Skittles headquarters lean back, put their feet up on the desk and allow Marshawn Lynch to shift into Beast Mode.
What impresses Marshawn Lynch isn't his streak of nine straight games with a touchdown or yet another 100-yard performance.
There are three types of people who should watch tonight’s rancid edition of Monday Night Football: Seahawks fans, fantasy owners of Marshawn Lynch, and pathetic drunks addicted to even the lamest NFL matchup. That’s me, me, and also me.
Since we devoted our weekly live-blogification to last night’s Cowboys meltdown, tonight’s “action” from no-longer-Qwest gets only...
Marshawn Lynch (credits below) Alright, folks, be honest. You’re here because you have a Seahawk or Ram player deciding your fantasy football playoff matchup, and not because you actually care about the game, right? That’s what I thought… With 49ers/Steelers and Saints/Falcons on the horizon, this is our last week of lackluster Monday Night Football matchups...
The Seattle Seahawks defeated the St. Louis Rams 30-13 during their NFC West battle on Monday Night.
Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson passed for 224 yards and connected with Wide Receiver Doug Baldwin for a score. Baldwin finished with seven receptions and 93 yards. Running Back Marshawn Lynch continued his scoring streak by getting in the end-zone for the 9th consecutive...