Marshawn Lynch goes airborn as he scores an 11-yard touchdown run against the Falcons last week. (AP Photo)
RENTON — It’s awfully hard to hear Marshawn Lynch over the boom-boom-boom of the bass in his headphones.
But it’s important to listen when the Seahawks running back speaks, because he doesn’t do it in group settings often. And he offered on Wednesday a frank, optimistic assessment of the Seahawks struggling rushing offense.
Lynch has 46 carries for 141 yards this season, hardly the kind of numbers Seahawks fans hoped for after Lynch’s breakout game against the New Orleans Saints in the playoffs last season.
“If it was a cheat code, we wouldn’t be having this conversation right now,” Lynch said when asked about a solution to the problem.
But that was the only hint frustration over Seattle’s lack of success in that department that Lynch displayed Wednesday. He praised the offensive line for improving markedly from Week 1 to Week 4, said he doesn’t feel the no-hud...