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This Given Sunday:
What was just an incredibly disappointing season officially lost what sliver of hope remains,as the Philadlephia Eagles were officially eliminated from the postseason race with a 31-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Marshawn Lynch took advantage of the Eagles' porous run defense, Tarvaris Jackson played very efficiently, and Vince Young threw four interceptions in the loss.
Young's first interception came on the Eagles' first play from scrimmage on a scramble drill, when Kam Chancellor intercepted a pass with no Eagles receiver in the immediate vicinity. The Seahawks took advantage of Eagles linebacker Jamar Chaney being out of position for two first downs, then Lynch finished it off with a 15-yard run where he ran out of Chaney's bearhug.
Marshawn Lynch would then double the lead to 14-0 early in the second quarter, when after a cutback to the right he found nothing but green grass in front of him. The Eagles second level defenders abjectly failed at their jobs,...
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The Seattle Seahawks delivered another blow to the reeling Philadelphia Eagles with a 31-14 defeat while RB Marshawn Lynch continued his torrid pace in the victory. The Seattle Seahawks intercepted Philadelphia Eagles QB Vince Young four times, returning the last one for an interception on their way to winning their third game in four tries last night.
Seattle RB Marshawn...
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In conclusion, if you reward your child with candy for every positive deed, they’ll either grow up to be a mentally warped fatty with a skewed set of extrinsic motivations or a borderline deranged NFL running back. I’ll take those odds.
We have had our fair share of anger towards DeSean Jackson, but last night the NFL Network took things too far. They portrayed DeSean Jackson as ignoring Vince Young on the sidelines, when it was pretty clear that Young was talking to Riley Cooper.
Here is video of the incident, courtesy of Black Sports Online.
Our friends over at Crossing Broad captured the audio of...
SEATTLE, Wash. -- In a game where the Seattle Seahawks beat the tar out of the Philadelphia Eagles to the tune of a 31-14 score and ran for 178 yards on 33 carries in the process, Marshawn Lynch's 15-yard touchdown run with 9:19 remaining in the first quarter may have been the definitive play. It typified the way Lynch has been running over the last month — as physically as...
Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch rocked the Eagles on Thursday night and generated some laughs by snacking on Skittles following his first-quarter touchdown burst. Now the candy makers are taking pains to ensure he never runs out.
The misery of the 2011 season continued last night for the Philadelphia Eagles as they suffered another loss, this time at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks. Philadelphia has now suffered defeat in four of their last five games and last night’s performance in prime time border lined on embarrassment.
QB Vince Young threw four interceptions, one on the first play of...
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QB: Vince Young, Eagles
True, a majority of his massive yardage accumulation against the Patriots (400 yards passing, 40 rushing) stemmed from garbage time, yet they count toward fantasy...
Marshawn Lynch ran for 148 yards and a pair of first-half touchdowns as the Seattle Seahawks beat the Philadelphia Eagles 31-14 on Thursday night.
Dave B. is back and better than ever with his Week 13 NFL fantasy football forecast for the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Seattle Seahawks matchup. Ben Obomanu could be in line for a breakout game. Marshawn Lynch will do what he does. Sidney Rice was put on IR today. Mike Williams is questionable to play but I am projecting like he will start. Get our Seahawks fantasy expert predictions every week…
The Seattle Seahawks rebounded nicely from a tough loss against Washington last week by defeating a talented, but wounded Philadelphia Eagles’ squad 31-14. Seattle was solid in all three phases of the game, but this one belonged to Marshawn Lynch, who finished with a season-high 148 rushing yards on 22 carries and two touchdowns. Lynch ran over, around and through Philadelphia...
In a touchdown run that drew immediate comparisons to his score on the New Orleans Saints in last year's playoffs, Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch found the goal line using pure tenacity and forced NFL Network broadcaster Brad Nessler to eat his "he'll get nothing" words. It drew first blood for Seattle and made a game thusfar...