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  • Marshawn Lynch was scrambling to find his helmet when a fight started on that special teams play?
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  • Abach wrote:Marshawn Lynch was scrambling to find his helmet when a fight started on that special teams play?

    I was thinking he thought the ball popped out or something. He was ready to hit the field. :laugh:
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  • I loved it. Glad he was restrained though.
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  • Glad he remembered the helmet, safety first.

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  • SouthSoundHawk wrote:Glad he remembered the helmet, safety first.

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  • I was really confused there. Me and the wife are going "why is Lynch grabbing his helmet and running out when the D is on the field?". It took a minute for the network to show what happened, and Lynch was heading out to pop someone in the haid... Glad he didn't make it past his wall of Seahawks defenders... That would have turned out bad!
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  • I thought it was hilarious.
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  • That was Wilson that calmed him down :lol:
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  • He's from Oakland. He knows when it's time to roll
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  • Guys having some well deserved fun after the game: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SODFvmiwuA
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  • Hey I know it didn't happen consecutivly but can anyone photo shop and gif, ricardo laying out that guy on the punt, then have him explode into skittles and have shawn sprint out to the feild?

    Plz for the lulz?
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  • No, it wasn't even remotely close to funny that Lynch wanted to go get in on a fight on the field. That's a quick trip to a suspension and shows a remarkable lack of intelligence on his part. I'm a huge fan of his demeanor on the field and I love that the team loves each other, but that would've been utterly stupid if his teammates hadn't talked him out of it.
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  • Love the emotion & the loyalty. Glad he didn't make it out there though. Funny as hell? Absolutely.
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  • Marshawn was ready for whatever haha
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  • MadSweeney wrote:No, it wasn't even remotely close to funny that Lynch wanted to go get in on a fight on the field. That's a quick trip to a suspension and shows a remarkable lack of intelligence on his part. I'm a huge fan of his demeanor on the field and I love that the team loves each other, but that would've been utterly stupid if his teammates hadn't talked him out of it.


    Agreed, and it's fortunate for us that cooler heads prevailed. We need Beast for our playoff run.

    The Rams were out of the playoffs, so they were letting it all hang out. The number of personal foul penalties against them was obscene.
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  • RiverDog wrote:
    MadSweeney wrote:No, it wasn't even remotely close to funny that Lynch wanted to go get in on a fight on the field. That's a quick trip to a suspension and shows a remarkable lack of intelligence on his part. I'm a huge fan of his demeanor on the field and I love that the team loves each other, but that would've been utterly stupid if his teammates hadn't talked him out of it.


    Agreed, and it's fortunate for us that cooler heads prevailed. We need Beast for our playoff run.

    The Rams were out of the playoffs, so they were letting it all hang out. The number of personal foul penalties against them was obscene.

    Yeah. If I was a Ram fan I would be pissed how the team behaved and Fisher didn't appear to try and reel them in during the incident, game. Also a majority of the players were also too busy focusing on Tate the entire game.
    Lynch grabbing his helmet, nice to see the love for his team, but would have been bad if he actually got out there.
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  • Yawn, he DIDN'T go out there, move on and enjoy the win.
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  • titan3131 wrote:Hey I know it didn't happen consecutivly but can anyone photo shop and gif, ricardo laying out that guy on the punt, then have him explode into skittles and have shawn sprint out to the feild?

    Plz for the lulz?


    I'd like to second this motion
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  • I was waiting for Lynch to bring out a glock the way he was running back to the bench.
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  • longsh0t wrote:I was waiting for Lynch to bring out a glock the way he was running back to the bench.


    Wow, seriously?
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  • longsh0t wrote:I was waiting for Lynch to bring out a glock the way he was running back to the bench.


    Surely you mean this Glock!
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