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Three things we learnedThe progress in the run game was not a mirage.Marshawn Lynch's three highest regular-season rushing performances have come in his last four starts for the Seahawks. He gained 135 yards against the Cowboys, who were one of the best rush defenses in the league through the first six games. He gained 109 yards against Baltimore, which is tends to be as accommodating as a brick wall to runners. Yes, it took Lynch 30 carries, but this wasn't a case of 20 runs for 2 yards or fewer and then a couple big breakouts that skewed the average. Lynch consistently found headway against the Ravens, which is the most tangible sign of progress for this offense.Golden Tate is progressing.You just haven't seen it because the Seahawks are deeper at receiver this season. But after injuries knocked both Sidney Rice and Doug Baldwin out of Sunday's game, Tate stepped into a prominent role with two receptions on the first three plays of Seattle's final drive. He is ...
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Ray Lewis has been arguably the best middle linebacker in the NFL over the last decade or so, but Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch makes him look like an amateur with this juke move: Even the best can get outdone every once in a while. Tape up those ankles, Ray. -ALR
On this Sunday, he made the hardest, dirtiest, most important runs of this season. All afternoon, Lynch got the grudging yards.
The Ravens suffered yet another letdown to an inferior team a week after expending all their energy beating the Steelers. Hopefully a really bad team can make the playoffs to knock them off. We’ll have to settle for whoever wins the AFC West.
Marshawn Lynch was in Measty form, posting 167 total yards, especially when he juked Ray-Ray out of his nuts on a critical late 3rd down...
SEATTLE - Steven Hauschka matched a franchise record with five field goals, Marshawn Lynch scored Seattle's only...
Steven Hauschka matched a franchise record with five field goals, Marshawn Lynch scored Seattle's only touchdown on a 1-yard plunge and the Seahawks forced three turnovers in a surprising 22-17 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
A week after staking claim to the lead of the AFC North with a thrilling last-second win at Pittsburgh, the Ravens flopped on the West Coast...
If there’s one play that summed up the bizarro feel of the Seahawks‘ 22-17 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, it was Marshawn Lynch’s ankle-breaking juke of Jarret Johnson and Ray Lewis. Seeing Lewis, one of the most feared linebackers in NFL history, trip over his own feet and collide with Johnson was all the confirmation Seahawks fans needed that something truly weird...
Brandon Choate breaks down the week 10 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens in his Seahawks Tuesday morning quarterback. The injuries mounted up for the Seahawks, but that wouldn't stop them from upsetting the Ravens. Steven Hauschka kicked 5 field goals on the way to the Seahawks victory and Marshawn Lynch went Beast Mode.
SEATTLE — Steven Hauschka matched a franchise record with five field goals, Marshawn Lynch scored Seattle's only touchdown on a 1-yard plunge, and the Seahawks forced three turnovers in a surprising 22-17 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. A week after staking claim to the lead of the AFC North ...
I don't buy into the "letdown" theory... The Ravens were prepared for the Seahawks... they just failed to rise to the occasion when the Seahawks upped the ante with their own individual efforts and combined focus. Seattle smashed Baltimore in the face and never looked back.
Steven Hauschka matched a franchise record with five field goals, Marshawn Lynch scored Seattle...
RENTON -- There's one thing the Seattle Seahawks can not complain about the past couple weeks.Respect.They've gotten a ton of it from opposing coaches. Last week, Baltimore's John Harbaugh went all Lou Holtz and called Marshawn Lynch one of the top two or three running backs in the league.This week it was St. Louis coach Steve Spagnuolo's turn to gush over the way...
It took longer than expected, but the Seattle Seahawks finally got their run game going. Seattle offensive line coach Tom Cable made it a point of emphasis leading up to the Dallas game two weeks ago, and that led to Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch posting back-to-back 100-yard rushing performances for the first time as a Seahawk. “It’s not any one of them – it’s all of them,”...