Seahawks Fantasy Predictions: Marshawn Lynch, Russell Wilson and Sidney Rice Top Options In Drafts for 2013

Flynn was traded to the Oakland Raiders in the offseason and while Percy Harvin will be out until later in the year at least, Wilson is poised for a big season. Wilson had the entire offseason to work with the team and a full set of workouts in the summer and in training camp with the first team offense and things are already showing results, as he passed for 127 yards and two touchdowns while only missing on four of 12 passes. While Harvin will be out until at least November or December, Wilson is surrounded by a stellar supporting cast. Like Us on Facebook more news aboutRussell Wilson Last season Wilson threw for over 3,100 yards and completed over 64 percent of his passes, very impressive for a rookie and he also tied the rookie record with 26 touchdown passes, finishing alongside Peyton Manning’s record. Wilson made some history of his own as well, setting the record for passing yards by a rookie in the playoffs with 385 yards. Wilson should be looked at as a starting quarterback option in most fantasy leagues, especially deep ones and while he doesn’t run as much as Robert Griffin III does, he still put up solid numbers last season, rushing for nearly 500 yards and two scores as well. He should put up similar or better numbers this season after being more comfortable in the offense.

Arian Foster and Marshawn Lynch show off amazing hairdos


1) Marshawn Lynchs hair Its majestic throughout the whole commercial, but paired with this jacket.incredible. 2) Young Arian Foster pulling a convertible Is that a Mazda Miata? I think thats a Mazda Miata. 3) Young Marshawn Lynchs running drill against a grizzly. Sorry, but grizzly and fire training are way tougher than pulling a Miata. That may explain Lynchs one point advantage over Foster in this years game ratings. 4) Impressive form all around.

Marshawn Lynch gives Seahawks an added weapon

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0 Likes | 0 Comments Associated Press Wild-card opponents MarshawnLynch (left) and AlfredMorris are two of the NFL’s most punishing running backs. Who says the running back position has been devalued? That certainly is not the opinion of most playoff participants. Take a close look at the keys to their offensive production: Of the 12 teams in the postseason, eight feature 1,000-yard rushers, including five of the six teams starting first- or second-year quarterbacks. Coaches have always suggested that a strong running game is a quarterback’s best friend; that is certainly evident when looking at the surprising success of the young quarterbacks, particularly Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson . Both rookies have benefitted from playing alongside standout running backs in Alfred Morris and Marshawn Lynch , respectively. The presence of a legitimate workhorse in the backfield has allowed Mike Shanahan and Pete Carroll to build their offensive game plans around the combination of a power running game and a dynamic play-action pass attack. Morris, a rookie out Florida Atlantic, has been one of the NFL’s biggest surprises. The sixth-round pick rushed for 1,613 yards and 13 touchdowns, despite the fact that he was viewed primarily as a backup at the beginning of the preseason.

Marshawn Lynch has Seahawks running in “Beast Mode”

In the season finale against Arizona, Lynch was held out of the end zone to snap a franchise-record streak of 11 consecutive games with a TD. By the end of the season, Lynch’s touchdowns at home were being marked with a shower of Skittles — Lynch’s favorite candy — raining down from the stands. Lynch came to Seattle during the 2010 season in a trade with Buffalo and after his career with the Bills stalled. Lynch ran into problems off the field in Buffalo, but reunited with former California teammate Justin Forsett and has stayed clear of trouble with the Seahawks. In the process, Lynch has become the rugged face of a franchise that was predicated on finesse and precision for most of the previous decade. His tremor-inducing touchdown run in the 2010 playoffs against New Orleans remains one of the more famous moments in Seahawks history. SportsNation: NFL Chat! NFL Insider Gary Horton spends his time breaking down film and can answer all of your X’s and O’s questions. Chat: Mon.

Marshawn Lynch vs. Alfred Morris: Which tailback is superior?

One of the most impressive individual efforts youll ever see on the football field. Marshawn Lynchs jaw-dropping, earthquake-inducing touchdown run against the Saints in last years playoffs was more than enough to validate the Seattle Seahawks sneaking into the field with a 7-9 record. It was a run for the ages, but one that was easy to forget through the first six games of the 2011 season when Lynch was averaging all of 43.8 yards per game and the Seahawks were a dismal 2-4. But over his last six games, Lynch has been in full effect to the tune of 118 yards per game and seven touchdowns. And after Mondays 30-13 rout of St. Louis , the Seahawks are 6-7, and believe it or not, still in the playoff hunt. Every carry he gets, its like his last carry, Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson said earlier this month. He fights for every yard and it shows.

Seahawks re-sign Marshawn Lynch

“He has juiced up their run game,” Oakland defensive coordinator John Marshall said. “The thing about Marshawn is, he says no to going down. He just keeps his legs driving; he carries (defenders); he gets extra yards.” The 5-foot-11, 215-pound Lynch has given Seahawks a physical presence, along with ex- Raider Mike Williams . The 6-5, 235-pound receiver caught 11 passes for 87 yards against the Cardinals, following a 123-yard effort against Chicago. “Big monster right there,” Lynch told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. “He kind of looks like me out there, except he’s like 6-10 and about 250. He’s taking those hits like that, I saw myself in him a couple times. It’s all good.

Marshawn Lynch and the bigger RB picture

Another, Sidney Rice , will have a deal counting $10.2 million. Oh, and one other thing about this 2015 adventure: You’ll have to decide whether to pay a $2 million roster bonus and $5.5 million salary for a running back entering his ninth season. Marshawn Lynch is that running back, and right now, in 2013, he’s about as good as they come, this side of Adrian Peterson . But you’ll need younger, more economical alternatives for some of your best players down the line. These aren’t the sort of immediate needs that show up in draft previews, but they’re always lurking. Now, thanks to one of the more surprising moves in the 2013 draft, the Seahawks have bought insurance for their future at the position most vulnerable to age. Christine Michael , the Texas A&M running back Seattle unexpectedly selected 62nd overall Friday, must by rule sign a four-year contract through 2016. His deal will run past the contracts that Lynch and backup running back Robert Turbin signed last offseason.

Here’s Marshawn Lynch Bear Hugging Aaron Rodgers

Aaron Rodgers and Marshawn Lynch

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