On the field “Beast Mode” roams free without any natural predators, but off of the gridiron Lynch and his “Beast Mode” nickname are preparing for a legal battle that they might not be able shake off.
The NFL won’t decide on any discipline for Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch until after the Super Bowl, commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday.
Not that he needs anybody to stand up for him, but I am beginning to understand Marshawn Lynch’s perspective more and more.
Who will win the big game? Who cares!? Here are five juicy prop bets that are far more interesting than the game itself.
It isn’t much of a secret anymore that the NFL is the most business savvy of any of the major professional sports leagues in America.
Yes, it is a cliche, but the game is never over until it’s actually over as Seattle comes from behind to advance to the Super Bowl.
A trip to the Super Bowl is on the line.
The Green Bay Packers listed both their starting quarterback (Aaron Rodgers) and running back (Eddie Lacy) on the injury report as limited participants in Thursday’s practice. The team estimated that the two players would have been limited on Friday as well and gave both a probable chance to play on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in the NFC championship game. The Packers list four players on their injury report and the Seahawks list seven (two not injury related) on theirs.
If Seattle wants a second straight trip to the Super Bowl, here are three vital areas to focus on.
Ten injured Hawks and just five injured Panthers for this Divisional Round game.
How can the Seahawks win their second straight Lombardi Trophy? The same way they did last season.
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