Marshawn Lynch changes direction
25, as he was rested. Seahawks | Poor start for Marshawn Lynch Sun, 08 Sep 2013 16:49:56 -0700 Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch carried 17 times for just 43 yards in the Week 1 game against the Carolina Panthers , and he had two receptions for just nine yards. Fantasy Tip: Lynch did not give fantasy owners good production, and the minor output might continue in Week 2 against a solid San Francisco 49ers defense. Still, Lynch remains an obvious must-start in all fantasy formats. Seahawks | Christine Michael third on depth chart Wed, 04 Sep 2013 02:23:25 -0700 Seattle Seahawks rookie RB Christine Michael had a strong preseason but may not see much playing time this season because he enters the season as the team’s No. 3 running back behind RBs Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin . Michael rushed 40 times for 200 yards during the preseason.
Beast mode: Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks steamroll 49ers
Quarterback Russell Wilson won’t like much of the tape. He completed only 8-of-19 pass attempts for 142 yards, and didn’t complete a pass in the first quarter. While the rest of his teammates spent the lightning delay listening to music, dancing, riding stationary bikes or stretching out with trainers, Wilson took a shower. It was a chance, he thought, to start his night over. “He looked like a bad man,” Sherman said, “and I knew we were alright.” PHOTOS: THE BEST OF WEEK 2 AROUND THE NFL Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard (25) high steps into the end zone for a touchdown during the third quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) is sacked by defensive end Wallace Gilberry (95), defensive end Carlos Dunlap (96) and defensive end Michael Johnson (93) during the third quarter at Paul Brown Stadium. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Derek Moye (14) catches a touchdown pass under pressure from Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Leon Hall (29) at Paul Brown Stadium. Greg Bartram, USA TODAY Sports Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril (56) forces a fumble by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) during the second quarter at CenturyLink Field. Joe Nicholson, USA TODAY Sports Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) rushes for a touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers during the fourth quarter at CenturyLink Field. Joe Nicholson, USA TODAY Sports San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore (21) is tackled by Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor (31) and outside linebacker Malcolm Smith (53) during the first quarter at CenturyLink Field. Joe Nicholson, USA TODAY Sports Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece (45) celebrates with fans after scoring a touchdown on an 11-yard run in the first quarter against the Jacksonville Jaguars at O.co Coliseum. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz makes the catch against Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris during the first quarter. Andrew Mills, USA TODAY Sports Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor is pursued by Jacksonville Jaguars defensive back Dwight Lowery on a 27-yard run in the second quarter. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees throws the ball during the first quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is tackled by Detroit Lions free safety Louis Delmas during the first half. Matt Kartozian, USA TODAY Sports Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford throws while under pressure from Arizona Cardinals defensive end John Abraham. Matt Kartozian, USA TODAY Sports Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Andre Roberts drops the ball while being hit by Detroit Lions strong safety Glover Quin in the first half. Matt Kartozian, USA TODAY Sports Arizona Cardinals defensive end John Abraham tackles Detroit Lions wide receiver Nate Burleson for a loss during the first half. Matt Kartozian, USA TODAY Sports San Diego Chargers kicker Nick Novak celebrates his game-winning field goal against the Philadelphia Eagles. Howard Smith, USA TODAY Sports San Diego Chargers wide receiver Eddie Royal runs in for a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles during the third quarter. Jeffrey G. Pittenger, USA TODAY Sports Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Trent Cole attempts to tackle San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews during the second quarter. Howard Smith, USA TODAY Sports San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers passes the ball during the second quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles. Howard Smith, USA TODAY Sports Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Brandon Boykin strips the ball from San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates during the second quarter. Howard Smith, USA TODAY Sports Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little makes a catch as Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith defends during the first half. Brad Mills, USA TODAY Sports Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice rushes the ball as Cleveland Browns linebacker Barkevious Mingo prepares to make the tackle. Brad Mills, USA TODAY Sports Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco scrambles to avoid the tackle by Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Desmond Bryant. Brad Mills, USA TODAY Sports Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden is pressured by the Baltimore Ravens. Mitch Stringer, USA TODAY Sports Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice fumbles the ball against the Cleveland Browns during the second half. Brad Mills, USA TODAY Sports Cleveland Browns tight end Jordan Cameron runs with the ball as Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb chases during the first half. Brad Mills, USA TODAY Sports Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III rushes with the football as Green Bay Packers defenders close in. Jeff Hanisch, USA TODAY Sports Washington Redskins running back Roy Helu is tackled by Green Bay Packers safety M.D. Jennings in the first quarte. Benny Sieu, USA TODAY Sports Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb goes for a first quarter touchdown against the Washington Redskins. Benny Sieu, USA TODAY Sports Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed is tackled by Green Bay Packers linebacker Brad Jones during the second quarter. Jeff Hanisch, USA TODAY Sports Green Bay Packers running back James Starks runs over Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather in the second quarter. Benny Sieu, USA TODAY Sports Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy leaps over a teammate against the Washington Redskins. Benny Sieu, USA TODAY Sports Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson catches a touchdown with 2 seconds left in the game to beat the Carolina Panthers. Kevin Hoffman, USA TODAY Sports Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton runs as Buffalo Bills defenders pursue during the second half. Kevin Hoffman, USA TODAY Sports Buffalo Bills free safety Aaron Williams looks to make a tackle on Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams during the first half. Timothy T.
Marshawn Lynch Arrested: Seahawks Star Busted For Investigation Of DUI
So youve got to be able to do it with and without the football. Like Marshawn Lynch. Smith is quick to point out that Lynch can improve his blocking, but then he wouldnt be a player-turned-coach if he didnt. Even great players have room for improvement. Marshawn gets after it. Hes a physical blocker, Smith said. He definitely can get better; youre not going to deny that. But the effort is there, theres no doubt about it.
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.
Arian Foster and Marshawn Lynch show off amazing hairdos
Monday, Sept. 30, 2013 Marshawn Lynch continues his reliable fantasy ways against Texans in Week 4 Related In partnership with SBNation.com By Matthew Fairburn Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch turned in another productive outing in Week 4 against the Houston Texans , rushing for 98 yards and a touchdown. He also caught three passes for 45 yards. His strong showing was only tarnished slightly by a lost fumble. Even against the toughest of defensive opponents, Lynch manages to grind out fantasy points in bunches. He is the workhorse back for one of the best running teams in the NFL, so his work load shouldn’t decrease anytime soon. Fantasy spin: Lynch was a first-round pick in most fantasy leagues and he’s living up the hype. The Seahawks have relied heavily on the running game to start the season, and Lynch has rewarded them with consistently strong production. With the offensive line blocking the way it is, and Lynch still running hard, it’s safe to call him a matchup-proof running back going forward.
Leaning on Marshawn Lynch
After multiple field sobriety tests, Lynch was arrested and booked into jail, where he was cited and later released. Lynch took a chemical test. Teresa Drenick, director of communications for the Alameda County district attorney’s office, said Lynch was scheduled for an Aug. 14 preliminary court appearance and that any decision on charging Lynch will be made by then. Drenick said the office has yet to receive the police report from the CHP. The Seahawks said in a statement late Monday that the team is “aware of the situation with Marshawn and still gathering information.” Lynch’s agent didn’t immediately respond to calls from The Associated Press seeking comment. Lynch signed a four-year contract in March that will keep him in a Seattle uniform for the prime of his NFL career. The contract is worth $31 million, including a guaranteed $18 million. Lynch rushed for 1,204 yards and 12 touchdowns last season.
Marshawn Lynch continues his reliable fantasy ways against Texans in Week 4
Lynch has been the heart of Seattle’s success since being traded from Buffalo midway through the 2010 season. At that point, Lynch was pegged as a problem child in need of a fresh start, a talented player with a gift for finding his way onto the radar of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. In 2009, Goodell suspended Lynch for three games — after Lynch pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor weapons charge during that same year — and the book was out on the troubled runner. What Lynch has given the Seahawks is a nastiness that has been critical to Carroll’s program. The progressive-minded head coach can use all the new-age thinking and outside-the-box tactics he wants, but when it comes to banging and grinding, he sees the value of old-school football as well. Lynch, on the other hand, has gone all-in with Carroll because the coach has given him the trust he’s always desired.