Sarlacc83 wrote:calhawkfan wrote:It should be more about the TEAM and not the individual. Reminds me of when Shaun whined about not winning the rushing title. Wilson didn't give a damn when he didn't get the rookie td record, he was more happy about the win.
No way. Lynch ruined the interior of the Arizona D on the two previous rushes. He earned the right to punch it in.
Dick Johnson wrote:I would have run lynch on the play as well. He was the main reason Seattle dominated the the game. As bad as the Seahawks oline is portrayed, it run blocks very well. Arizona, on the other hand, has a terrible oline, and it's really hard to watch them try to block. As fired up as lynch was, I think he could of gained yards for both teams rushing.
seanoob wrote:24 was running hard all game long and did get one in later, right? I was concerned when they were showing him spitting up blood on the sidelines. The Cardinals D was fierce.
Missing_Clink wrote:I'd imagine he will get disciplined by the team or league or both if he really was flipping off a coach. That kind of disrespect won't be tolerated even if he would win the argument here (I agree with the sentiment for sure)
AbsolutNET wrote:w00t wrote:
The best part of this is Luke Willson keeping his feet in bounds for a catch he wasn't making
hawks4thewin wrote:first off that was not blood lynch was spitting out.. LOL it wasSKITTLE JUICE..
coorslighthawk wrote:Not sure if that was directed at Bevell or even if he was flipping him off...but the title of this thread is a little awkward.
v1rotv2 wrote:I think giving Bevell crap for not giving the ball to Lynch is short sighted. He has his reasons. Do you think that he does this just to piss off Lynch? PC earlier this year talked about doing things that would help players make through the long season and I think saving Lynch is a part of that plan.
jkitsune wrote:In this thread: an incredible amount of speculation.
MoneyLynch24 wrote:That's two fingers. How is this not clear. His index finger is black.
Hawkspur wrote:The title of this thread means something completely different where I live.
OrFan wrote:It is even funnier when you go back and watch the recorded game in HD. It is absolutely obvious where he is looking and who he is flipping off!
theENGLISHseahawk wrote:No 'I' in team.
CurryStopstheRuns wrote:theENGLISHseahawk wrote:No 'I' in team.
There is no 'we' either.