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Fantasy Update

Sep 25, 2014
ESPN Fantasy Football
The flex rankings look a tad different this Week 4 because so many players are on their bye week, so before you complain that we missed Marshawn Lynch...

Seahawks Daily Top 10: Catching up with Keith Price, and looking ahead

The bye week is over after today. For now, we'll get back to the Daily Top 10 and catch up on a few things. 1. I talked to former UW quarterback Keith Price for the weekly NFL column. Price is now playing in Saskatchewan of the CFL after being released by the Seahawks in June. He talks about being surprised at being released as quickly as he was and his hopes that the CFL will  lead to another shot with an NFL team. 2. Justin Britt had his number retired at his high school over the weekend. https://twitter.com/springfieldNL/status/516257297296019457 3. Shaun Alexander says Marshawn Lynch...
ESPN Fantasy Football Sep 25, 2014

Week 4 flex rankings

The flex rankings look a tad different this Week 4 because so many players are on their bye week, so before you complain that we missed Marshawn Lynch...
Seattle Times Sep 24, 2014

How Percy Harvin makes Seahawks’ offense go without ever touching the ball

The threat of unleashing Seahawk Percy Harvin’s speed freezes defenders and opens up space for Marshawn Lynch inside runs. That’s why he can’t be evaluated on his own statistics.
Seattle Times Sep 23, 2014

What Seahawks learned: Exploding Marshawn Lynch myth and more

Seahawks have learned to keep handing the ball to Marshawn Lynch, to lean on DB Marcus Burley and to depend even more on Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett.

Brock Huards Chalk Talk: Wilson to Lynch for Seahawks second TD

Brock Huard breaks down the 6-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to Marshawn Lynch in the second quarter of the Seahawks Week-3 win over Denver.

Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch: ‘I was never meant to be famous’

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch provided a rare glimpse into his world on Monday, acknowledging his complicated relationship with stardom and sharing his passion for helping kids overcome the same tough odds he did. Speaking with 710 ESPN radio’s “The Barbershop” on Monday, the normally media-shy Lynch talked to co-hosts Terry Holliman, Gee Scott […]

Ouch! Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch loses locks against Broncos

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch finished Sunday’s Super Bowl rematch with the Denver Broncos with 124 total yards, including a diving 6-yard touchdown in overtime that ended the game and gave the Hawks a 26-20 victory. But “Beast Mode’s” stat line won’t tell you about one loss he suffered against the Broncos. In the […]
Rotoworld Sep 21, 2014

Lynch scores twice, Seahawks win SB rematch - Marshawn Lynch (RB) Seattle Seahawks

Marshawn Lynch rushed 26 times for 88 yards with a touchdown and caught three passes for 40 yards with another touchdown in the Seahawks' 26-20 overtime Week 3 win over the Broncos.

Marshawn Lynch tackled in end zone for safety

The Seahawks had been winning the field-position battle for most of the game until they finally got pinned deep in their own end early in the fourth quarter. After Russell Wilson was sacked and then Russell Okung committed a false-start penalty, Seattle faced a third-and-17 at its 1-yard line. Marshawn Lynch took the handoff and while trying to cut back and get out of the end zone, he was met by Nate Irving and T.J. Ward, who tackled Lynch for a safety that made it 17-5 Seattle with 13:07 left in the game.
KFFL Sep 19, 2014

Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch to be unleashed?

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch ...

Seahawks participation report: Lynch, Chancellor, Miller all sit out

Three new --- and big --- names were included on Seattle's injury list Wednesday. Among those sitting out Wednesday's practice were running back Marshawn Lynch (back), safety Kam Chancellor (ankle) and tight end Zach Miller (ankle). Lynch, according to coach Pete Carroll, felt some back tightness during Sunday's game at San Diego. Carroll did not mention the other injuries when he met with the media Wednesday. Chancellor and Miller, though, played to the end of Sunday's game at San Diego and Carroll  did not mention any new injuries after the game, indicating that it may just be...

A few qiuck notes from Pete Carroll's session with the media today

Here are a few quick  updates from Pete Carroll's meeting with the media today following Sunday's loss at San Diego (I'll have more detailed quotes later): --- Carroll said assistant coach Pat Ruel is out of  the hospital and headed back to Seattle after staying the night in San Diego after suffering from an irregular heartbeat after the game. --- Carroll said there were no new significant injuries. --- RB Marshawn Lynch walked off the field before the game ended due to a tight back, Carroll said, saying that Lynch was with trainers as he departed. He said Lynch has had issues with his back...

Pro Football Focus reviews the game

Lots of good stuff from Pro Football Focus in its review of Sunday's game.  Here is its official ReFocused analysis of the game. Lots more notes from PFF below. A couple that stand out to me: ---  As PFF details.when Seattle chose not to blitz, Philip Rivers had his way, going 24 of 27 for 234 yards and a +6.3 rating. --- Seattle simply couldn't get the ball enough to Marshawn Lynch. As PFF writes, Lynch "continued his dominant running inside with a +3.1 grade with runs between the guards.'' --- And PFF details Russell Wilson being under more pressure than did the official stats as PFF...

Giacomini: Like Lynch, Ivory runs 'angry'

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- When he played for the Seattle Seahawks, Breno Giacomini blocked for arguably the best power back in the NFL, Marshawn Lynch. Now he's on the East Coast, opening holes for a Marshawn-line runner in Chris Ivory. Giacomini sees similarities. "(Ivory) hits the hole hard, he's not afraid to hit anybody," the New York Jets' right tackle said. "Marshawn is built a little bit different, but he runs angry, too. That's a good way to put it: They both run angry.
Seattle Times Sep 5, 2014

Seahawks Morning After: Jerry Brewer on quicker, more elusive Marshawn Lynch

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch can still punish tacklers, but against Green Bay he showed he’s noticeably quicker than ever before.

Marshawn Lynch Photos

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