When the Dallas Cowboys take on the Seattle Seahawks, there will be a lot of focus on shutting down the Seahawks offense. After a rather vanilla game plan last week vs. Arizona, Dallas will look to take advantage of rookie QB Russell Wilson and force him into mistakes. They will also likely stuff the box full of run stoppers to try and account for Marshawn Lynch.
Lynch represents the type of running back that no one wants to play against. He runs hard–very hard–and seems to run harder as the game progresses (just ask the New Orleans Saints). Even while Dallas defeated the Seahawks at Cowboys Stadium last year, Lynch got his numbers. He finished with 135 yards and a touchdown, single handedly keeping the Seahawks in the game.
Let’s hope we see none of this on Sunday (John Lok / The Seattle Times)
Yet, at least for us here at DC101, Lynch is not the scariest member of the Seahawks’ backfield. Sean Lee and company should be able to shut down “Beast Mode” before it begins. That distin...