Found December 02, 2011 on
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Marshawn Lynch was in full-on Beast Mode on Thursday night against the Eagles and a shot of him on the sideline revealed a possible secret for his success. Cameras found Lynch snacking on Skittles after his remarkable 15-yard touchdown run through a pile of Eagles in the first quarter. Tasting the rainbow seemed to agree…
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Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is on some kind of roll. Coming into tonight’s game he had scored a TD in 7 straight games. During that span Lynch has had all 3 of his 100-yard rushing games on the season and did this to Ray Lewis’ ankles. Lynch is at it again tonight [...]
Marshawn Lynch just came off the field in the Seattle Seahawks Thursday night game against the Philadelphia Eagles and immediately went to town on a bag of Skittles.
While the rest of you were watching the Seahawks kick the Eagle's butts* Thursday evening, I was watching an equally-entertaining show unfold online.
I call it the "Marshawn Lynch really likes Skittles" show, and it debuted on Twitter as Thursday's game played out in front of a national television audience.
For Seattle fans, it's no secret that Lynch throws...
If your a football fan you know the Eagles got swamped 31-14 last night by the Seahawks. You also know Marshawn Lynch has been on fire during the second half of the season and is a must start in fantasy. No better way to celebrate one of his two touchdowns last night than grab a bag of sugar filled skittles and go to town.
Marshawn Lynch is in full-on beast mode tonight. Lynch has the Seahawks leading the Eagles 14-7 in the early going in Seattle, with two sensational touchdown runs, as the Eagles’ defense can’t do a thing about him. The first touchdown was a sight to behold, as Lynch ran into the line, was swallowed up in…
The Seahawks haven't had a 1,000-yard rusher in the past five years but Marshawn Lynch looks like a sure bet to end the drought.
SEATTLE - Marshawn Lynch ran right and found trouble, not that it mattered. Trapped in a glut of would-be tacklers...
SEATTLE—Marshawn Lynch ran for 148 yards and a pair of first-half touchdowns and David Hawthorne returned Vince Young's third interception 77 yards for a clinching score with 4:24 remaining as the Seattle Seahawks beat the Philadelphia Eagles 31-14 on Thursday night.
The Seattle Seahawks improved their record to 5-7 after an impressive 31-14 win over the Eagles on Thursday Night.
Seattles star of the game was Running Back Marshawn Lynch who ran all over the Philly Defense for 148 yards and two TDs. Lynch has now scored in each of his last eight games. Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson completed 13 of 16 passes for 190 yards and one TD...
Lynch loves the prime-time stage, even if he's rarely given such a spotlight. But he wasn't about to accept any praise on a night when he certainly deserved it.
The Seahawks just improved to 5-7, and looked reasonably good doing it. Browner managed to cut down on the penalties, Golden Tate and Zach Miller both got involved in the passing game, and Marshawn Lynch did his level best to earn that fat new contract he wants the Seahawks to give him when his current one expires at the end of the season. What more could you ask for?