Found December 13, 2011 on
Seattle football fans take the phrase "Feed the Beast" quite literally. Running back Marshawn Lynch made headlines with his sideline Skittles snack earlier this season, and Seahawks fans are simply eating it up. After Lynch scored a touchdown against the Rams on Monday night, fans tossed a bag of Skittles at the Beast, showering the 5-foor-11, 215-pounder with candy, as seen below. Taste that rainbow, Marshawn.
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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.
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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...
Stopping the run will be an important key for the second-straight week.
A look at four keys for the Bears to beat the Seattle Seahawks.
1. Stop Marshawn Lynch and force Tarvaris Jackson to beat you
Much like last week, the key for a Bears win this week will be focusing on stopping the run and forcing the quarterback to beat them. The Seahawks truly don’t run or pass well, but...