One of the best freight train-like backs in the NFL, Lynch is, of course, most famous for the insanity of the “Beast Quake” touchdown run he pulled off during Seattle’s upset victory over the Saints during the 2010 playoffs. But, in the years since, he’s contributed much more to the Seahawks’ resurgence by being one of the most consistently prolific rushers in a league becoming more pass-oriented each year. "Beast Mode" runs a 4.46 40-yard dash and thrives in the weight room, as you might imagine, benching 355 pounds and squatting 485. It’s no wonder this Skittle-popping tank of a man has easily cleared the major rushing benchmarks in each of his past three seasons (1,000-plus yards/10-plus TDs), while being an immovable pass blocker and short-range receiver.
The biggest, strongest, fastest, and leanest machines in the NFL.
Marshawn Lynch - Running Back - Seattle Seahawks
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