Found January 01, 2012 on Fantasy Football Champs:
Seattle lost its last game of the season, 23-20 to Arizona in overtime. Fantasy Spin: Tarvaris Jackson had 222 yards and a TD, while Marshawn Lynch had 86 yards rushing but was held out of the end zone. The Seahawks rushing TD instead went to Leon Washington, who finished with 78 yards on the ground. Ricardo Lockette - yes, that Ricardo Lockette, the rookie out of Fort Valley State - had only one catch but it was a big one, a 61-yard TD. That gave him a grand total of 2 receptions for 105 yards and a TD on the season.

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One of the best running backs in the NFL this season is hoping to stay in the Pacific Northwest.Seattle Seahawks star Marshawn Lynch suggested Monday his first priority is to re-sign with the Seahawks. The free-agent-to-be responded positively when asked if he might be a candidate for a franchise tag."Hopefully I don’t have to (be)," Lynch said. "Hopefully I can...

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