|Week 8 (@CAR) - Average||20.5||89.5||1.0||2.5||19.0||0||15|
|Week 8 (@CAR) - Dave Richard||20||78||1||2||17||0||14|
|Week 8 (@CAR) - Jamey Eisenberg||21||101||1||3||21||0||18|
|2014 Season - Average||270.0||1193.0||9.0||24.0||180.5||1.0||178|
|2014 Season - Dave Richard||269||1124||9||20||140||1||169|
|2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||271||1262||9||28||221||1||185|
|Current Player Ranking: 11|
|Red Zone Stats|
|20||50||3|| 64.5||4||3||28||3|| 19.0|
|10/21/2014||Marshawn Lynch, RB SEA|
Colin Kaepernick, QB SF
Emmanuel Sanders, WR DEN
Reggie Bush, RB DET
Browns , DST CLE
|Alfred Morris, RB WAS|
Dwayne Allen, TE IND
Lions , DST DET
Frank Gore, RB SF
Andrew Luck, QB IND
|10/21/2014||Marshawn Lynch, RB SEA||Bishop Sankey, RB TEN|
|10/21/2014||Jordan Cameron, TE CLE|
Roddy White, WR ATL
Jamaal Charles, RB KC
|Marshawn Lynch, RB SEA|
T.Y. Hilton, WR IND
Rob Gronkowski, TE NE
Rank Among Leaders
Marshawn Lynch held under 3 yards per carry
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(10/19/14) Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch had his second straight subpar performance Sunday. In the 28-26 loss in St. Louis, Lynch rushed 18 times for 53 yards (2.9 ypc) and caught both his targets for 18 yards.
Lynch did not score for the second straight week. He'll visit the Panthers in Week 8.
Report: Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch upset by Harvin trade
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
|(10/18/14) Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was visibly upset after learning about the trade of wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Jets, almost refusing to get on the team bus, the New York Daily News reports.
Lynch is in line to get more work on offense with the team dealing away one of its top passing-game options, but he was close with the departing Harvin. The trade was engineered reportedly in part due to Harvin being a problem in the locker room, but his departure could cause further problems with players like Lynch who were friends with the receiver.
Seahawks list lengthy injury report for Week 7 against St. Louis
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
|(10/17/14) The Seahawks will be without the services of defensive tackle Jordan Hill (ankle), cornerback Byron Maxwell (calf), linebacker Bobby Wagner (toe), defensive end Cassius Marsh (foot), center Max Unger (foot) and tight end Zach Miller (ankle) in Week 7 at St. Louis. All six players were ruled out for Sunday's game.
Tight end Luke Willson (groin) was listed as questionable and is expected to be a game-time decision, coach Pete Carroll said.
Meanwhile, running back Marshawn Lynch (not injury related), offensive tackle Alvin Bailey (oblique), cornerback Tharold Simon (knee), defensive tackle Brandon Mebane (not injury related) and defensive end Michael Bennett (not injury related) were all ruled probable against the Rams.
Seahawks 'have to do a better job' of getting touches for Lynch
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(10/16/14) After Seahawks coach Pete Carroll indicated Monday the team should have given running back Marshawn Lynch more than 10 carries during a Week 6 loss vs. Dallas, it was offensive coordinator Darren Bevell's turn Wednesday to shoulder some of the blame, per The News Tribune.
"Yeah, that’s part of it, you know. I mean, there’s going to be cries for everything, all the time," Bevell said. "The Fantasy owners … I’m not a Fantasy owner. I don’t care about anyone’s (Fantasy) points. But I do care about us winning the game. And Marshawn is a huge key for us winning the game. And we do -- and I -- have to do a better job of giving him the ball."
Pete Carroll laments not getting Marshawn Lynch more involved
|by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com|
|(10/13/14) Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Monday he wished running back Marshawn Lynch had gotten more than 10 carries in the home loss to the Cowboys.|
"It felt very much like the San Diego game, we couldn’t get the rhythm going, and we don’t ever want to play a game when Marshawn [Lynch] carries the ball 10 times," Carroll told reporters. "That’s not enough. That’s not a format that we’re trying to build from. Sometimes you just have to do deal with it. In this game, we were still positioned to have a chance to win but it wasn’t the way that we wanted to play it and so there are a lot of factors that weigh into that."
Asked again about Lynch's use, Carroll said: "We tried to unfold the plan, to do what we normally do and to kind of get the rhythm of it and to get the proportion of the run to the pass. But it just didn’t quite fit right and didn’t happen the way we wanted it to. A couple mistakes like getting behind the sticks and things like that affected it. We tried to get back to it in the third quarter and it just seemed like we never really caught up with how we like to manage the game. We don’t feel very good about that. We want to get that done every time we go out."
Lynch visits the Rams in Week 7.
|We'll find out what side of history Marshawn Lynch will be on this season because his heavy workload from 2013 could catch up to him. Lynch had 403 total touches last season, including his playoff stats to help the Seahawks win the Super Bowl, and running backs with 400-plus touches tend to struggle the following year. Lynch was the No. 4 Fantasy running back in standard leagues in 2013 based on his regular-season production. He's easily capable of replicating that performance if he stays healthy and doesn't suffer a breakdown, but we're a little skeptical. Still, Lynch is a tremendous rusher, and his offensive line is fantastic on a run-first team. If you don't buy into the potential breakdown then draft Lynch with a Top 5 pick. But if you're concerned then hold off on Lynch until Round 2, and make sure you cover yourself with his handcuff in either Christine Michael or Robert Turbin depending on who wins the job.
(Updated 6/3/14) |