Found February 25, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seattle Seahawks Player Profile Height/Weight: 5-11/215 Birthdate: 4/22/1986 School: California FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS I have never been a big Marshawn Lynch fan but last season he changed my mind. The one worry I had on him was his aching back. It always seemed to be a lingering issue for Lynch the past couple of seasons. And last season was no different but they guy played in all 16 games. He missed a lot of practice time but as Allen Iverson would say, “We talkin bout practice?” and Lynch obviously doesn’t need to. He was extremely consistent all season scoring over 9 points 13 times and easily had his best season as a pro. In fact he was over double digit scoring in 9 out of his final 10 games. It used to be that Lynch would stutter-step in the backfield too much not trusting his offensive line to do the job but that has all changed over the past two seasons. With him learning to trust the guys in front of him, and those guys being possibly the best front ...

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