Found December 24, 2011 on
Marshawn Lynch has ended the San Francisco 49ers' 15-game streak without allowing a rushing touchdown. Lynch's scoring run has given the Seahawks a 17-16 lead with 6:41 remaining in the fourth quarter. If the Seahawks win this game and beat Arizona in Week 17, they can qualify for the playoffs as the sixth seed in the NFC -- provided Chicago goes 2-0 and Atlanta goes 0-2 to finish the season. Lynch is also ended the 49ers' 36-game streak without allowing a 100-yard rusher. Source: ESPN.com
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Seattle Seahawks Marshawn Lynch scored a rushing touchdown yesterday against the 49ers, it was the first given up by them all season.. Think it had anything to do with the Skittle sneakers?-TO
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(12-23) 21:38 PST - Fair warning: You've probably read this story before.
The main characters, as always, are the same.
On one side: the members of the San Francisco 49ers ' defense, which hasn't allowed a 100-yard rusher or a rushing touchdown in, seemingly, forever.
On the other side: a...
Marshawn Lynch got his 100 yards. He scored the first touchdown rushing this season against San Francisco, and with it came another shower of Skittles that required industrial blowers to clear the end zone of debris.
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