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Lynch Will “Walk The Walk” Instead of “Talk The Talk”


Well talking in front of the media my not be Marshawn Lynch’s cup of tea. In fact, in both instances where Lynch was assigned to speak to the press, he talked for about seven minutes each time. His second meet with the press was greatly increased due to the help of teammate, Michael Robinson. Lynch said the only reason he spoke was because the league would fine the running back $100,000. So therefore, Lynch did the bare minimum.

Lynch is one of the few players that would rather let his actions speak for himself. And since joining the Seattle Seahawks, Lynch has been one of the best runners in the league. Lynch has an average of 93.3 yards rushing during postseason games. That is placed fourth in NFL history with a minimum of five games played.

How much of a factor will Lynch be this Sunday on his biggest stage? Well the Seahawks refused to give up on the rushing attack two weeks ago in the conference championship game that eventually opened up a 40-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter to give his team a chance to win. Lynch finished the game with 109 yards on 22-carries, and of course a trip to New York.

The Seahawks must approach the Super Bowl in the same manner. The offense must play to their strengths and let the chips fall where they may. Running the football is what opens up the passing game for Russell Wilson. DO NOT get in a passing war with Peyton Manning. This is where Lynch should flourish with the hopes of “Beast Mode” being loud and proud.

Brandon Sweeney is Co-Editor of the Gab Network. Follow him on Twitter @NFLNSTUFF, Like him on Facebook , add him to Google+, and Trust him on Sulia.

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