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Seattle Seahawks: How and why they’ll become repeat champions

The Seattle Seahawks proved one thing in their 35-6 win over the Arizona Cardinals Sunday night: they’re a true threat. This matchup was the most meaningful thus far for the Seahawks (11-4) and Cardinals (11-4). The two teams are now tied for the lead in the NFC West and there’s a great chance the road to the Super Bowl will go through Seattle for the second consecutive year...
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Marshawn Lynch Was Unsurprisingly Fined Over His Crotch Grab

In some more news which is as unsurprising as it is eye-roll inducing, the NFL has stepped up and taken yet another brave stance against “unsportsmanlike conduct” touchdown celebrations. This time, the League’s ire was focused on Marshawn Lynch, who grabbed his crotch while leaping into the end zone during the Seahawks-Cardinals game on Sunday. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Marshawn Lynch’s Crotch Grab Cost Him $11,000

Seattle Seahawks’ running back Marshawn Lynch was fined $11,050 for an obscene gesture he performed after running for a whopping 79-yard touchdown in last week’s win over the Arizona Cardinals. Marshawn Lynch concluded one of the most ridiculous 79-yard runs you will ever see by grabbing his crotch last week. That finishing move will cost him money. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport...
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Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch gets fined for grabbing his Beast Mode

At the tail end of Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch’s brilliant Beast Quake 2.0 run against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday Night, Lynch grabbed his crotch as he dived into the end zone: @MLynchFans: Marshawn Lynch signature celebration photo #GoHawks pic.twitter.com/ZeOepXu0s2 — Seahawk Mania (@ouibema) December 22, 2014 It was a nod to the same celebration he...
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Richard Sherman: Marshawn Lynch having MVP season

At a time when a lot of the focus surrounding postseason awards in Seattle has been on Russell Wilson, there is another player on the Seahawks who deserves some recognition, maybe even more than the Super Bowl-winning quarterback. That guy is Marshawn Lynch, who Pro Bowl cornerback Richard Sherman talked up regarding his performance this season, saying the former is playing “MVP...
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NFL Weekly: Seahawks climbs to first in Power Six

The final week of the regular season is upon the NFL. Divisions, home field advantage, a first round bye and everything else will be set in stone after these last games. The plethora of divisional games will have a lot riding on them, and teams will be giving everything they’ve got to make that one final push. The Power Six is never set in stone, though, with teams’ performances...
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An appreciation for Marshawn Lynch's crotch grab touchdown celebrations

Marshawn Lynch had another Beast Mode run on Sunday night, and his infamous crotch grab maneuver post touchdown made for a celebration for the people. The post Hold My D: Marshawn Lynch’s Crotch Grab Touchdown Celebrations Are Awesome appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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Marshawn Lynch Answers Post-Game Questions With ‘Thanks For Asking’

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is notorious for refusing to answer reporters’ questions after games, and Sunday night was no exception. Lynch didn’t start his team’s Week 16 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals because of an upset stomach, but went into the game in the second quarter and ended up rushing for 113 yards on 10 carries — including an incredibly...
Via NESN.com
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Marshawn Lynch goes full 'Beast Mode' with 79-yard TD run vs Cardinals (GIF)

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch went full "Beast Mode" in the third quarter with a bruising 79-yard touchdown run in the third quarter of Sunday night's game in Arizona.Lynch appeared as though he would be tackled before midfield, but he managed to evade being tackled or pushed out of bounds Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson and safety Rashad Johnson and found a...
Via Holdout Sports
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WATCH: Lynch ‘thanks the media for asking’ questions

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch relishes running over would-be tacklers, but he is not a fan of talking about his highlight-reel plays to the media. He recently answered all 12 questions asked during a postgame interview with "yeah" just four weeks ago. He was fined $100,000 for refusing to speak with reporters at that time. Lynch employed another interesting method...
Via The Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss
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