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Marshawn Lynch went full beast mode on Thursday night against the Arizona Cardinals, running over Darnell Docket for a monster touchdown.
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If you thought you saw Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch give his bench the finger from the huddle, you saw right. He indeed did after the play came in, much to his disliking.
It was the third quarter of Thursday Night Football with the Seahawks staring at a 3rd and 1 from the one-yard line in Cardinals territory. The play came in from the sideline, Wilson shouted the play...
Marshawn Lynch was just doing what every fantasy owner of the Seahawks running back wanted to do when on 3rd and goal at the 1 yard line, Darrell Bevell dialed up a passing play instead of feeding Lynch.
Marshawn Lynch definitely flipped off his own sideline after SEA called a pass on 3rd and 1 from the one-yard line. pic.twitter.com/dXhjjAn30Q
— Tyson Langland (@TysonNFL) October...
Marshawn Lynch had just come off a big five-yard run where he had trucked the helmet off of the head of Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett to get to the one-yard line, but Seattle Offensive Coordinator Darrell Bevell decided to go with a play-action pass on the next play. Marshawn Lynch obviously wanted a touchdown as a reward for his efforts, and expressed his...
The game between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals started out looking like a Seattle blowout, but has transformed into a hard-hitting slugfest--the kind of football that is awesome to watch.
When you talk about hard-hitting there is one guy that suits up for Seattle you can always count on to knock the mouthpiece out of someone--running...
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The half way point of the Fantasy Football regular season began last night and Russell Wilson (SEA), Marshawn Lynch (SEA) showed exactly what we already knew about them. However, Carson Palmer (ARI) and Larry Fitzgerald (ARI) completely flopped in the Thursday Night Football game vs. Seattle.
That goes to show you that predicting who is going to break out and who isn’t is a very...
Week 7 Analysis
Russell Wilson threw for 235 yards and three touchdowns to lift visiting Seattle to its first 6-1 start in franchise history. Marshawn Lynch rushed for 91 yards and a touchdown and the Seahawks held the Cardinals to 234 total yards to open a 1 1/2-game lead over San Francisco (4-2) atop the NFC West.
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Seahawks vs. Cardinals highlights...
Seahawks keys to success
It is always tough to know how any team is going to respond to a short turn around like the one the Seahawks and Cardinals are both facing. One thing in the Seahawks favor is that while they were playing the Titans the Cardinals were playing a tough physical game against the 49ers.
There are some Titans who hit but for the most part they are more of a...