If Cutler can be patient and avoid the critical error, the Bears’ D should be strong enough to win the game in the end.
Posts Tagged ‘Marshawn Lynch’
Posted: Tuesday, January 11th, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: Matt Hasselbeck, Baltimore Ravens, Darrelle Revis, Green Bay Packers, James Starks, Marshawn Lynch, New York Jets, Seattle Seahawks, Todd Heap, Tramon Williams
Before we turn our attention to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs, let’s take another quick look back at the MVPs of wild-card weekend.
The biggest surprise of wild-card weekend was the Seahawks’ win over the Saints, but it shouldn’t be as big of a shock as most people tend to think.
Posted: Sunday, January 9th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Adam Vinatieri, Billy Waddy, Dallas Cowboys, David Tyree, Joe Namath, Los Angeles Rams, Marshawn Lynch, New England Patriots, Pick Six, Roger Staubach, Super Bowl III, Super Bowl XLII, Super Bowl XXXVI, Tom Brady, Vince Ferragamo
The Twitterverse has spoken. Marshawn Lynch‘s touchdown run was the greatest of all time. The Seahawks upset of the Saints was the greatest of all time. The Pick Six is the greatest internet creation of all time. Alright, I might only be trending that last one. But let’s have some perspective.
If you started any of the Seahawks studs in the NFL.com Playoff Challenge, congratulations. Not only did you make a shrewd move, but you are in some very elite company. Very elite.
Moments after Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch ended the Saints’ title reign, Twitter was aflutter with hyperbole of that being the greatest playoff run of all time.
If you have backfield depth, it might be time to consider benching Peyton Hillis.
Posted: Tuesday, December 7th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Anthony Armstrong, Chris Ivory, Chris Johnson, Drew Stanton, Marshawn Lynch, Michael Vick, Peyton Hillis, Peyton Manning, Post Mortem, Ryan Mathews, Santana Moss, Sean Payton, Tom Brady
The Patriots have finally stopped scoring on the Jets, so let’s put Week 13 under the microscope.
Posted: Sunday, October 31st, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Ben Tate, Darren McFadden, Kenny Britt, Marshawn Lynch, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, Randy Moss, Ryan Mathews, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks, Steve Rannazzisi, Tennessee Titans
There are two kinds of heartbreak in fantasy football. Which one happened to you today?
NFL Network insider Michael Lombardi shares his thoughts with “Around The League” host Stacey Dales on Albert Haynesworth, Randy Moss, the impact of Marshawn Lynch in Seattle and the Colts’ offense without Dallas Clark.
The Seahawks have established a solid identity in the last several weeks through a solid running game and an aggressive defense, and I like them in Sunday’s game against the Raiders.
I give the Seahawks a great deal of credit for realizing they could get Marshawn Lynch for a pretty good price, and knowing just what a huge difference he would make on their team.
The backfield situation in Seattle has been about as appetizing for fantasy enthusiasts as the free sushi they were giving away at the gas station a few weeks back.
All the signs out of Seattle continue to point toward a major role for Marshawn Lynch when the Seahawks return from their bye week against the Bears.