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  • But practice went too long on Friday for the Seahawks, and Lynch wasn’t able to make it.

    The fact that Lynch was even willing to do it should be enough to make the heads of multiple members of the media explode.


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  • awe man that would have been amazing to see I love watching jimmy fallon.
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  • Jimmy Fallon interviewing Marshawn would have been epic!
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  • I don't know what I love more.. that he was about to do Fallon.. or that practice ran too long today

    I have a feeling these guys have been practicing like mad men this week. With an enormous chip on their shoulder
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  • He can go on that show after he becomes Super Bowl champion.
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  • Practice was only 77 minutes today. Since he and Breno traded jerseys for the day, it would have been funny to see Breno show up on Fallon instead and just roll off a ton of Lynch-isms.

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  • Hasselbeck wrote:I don't know what I love more.. that he was about to do Fallon.. or that practice ran too long today

    I have a feeling these guys have been practicing like mad men this week. With an enormous chip on their shoulder



    Perhaps some new plays are being introduced?
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  • main wrote:Jimmy Fallon interviewing Marshawn would have been epic!

    It will happen after our victory no worries. I like that Marshawn is playing ball now. He's a great interview.
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  • I think in the right context Lynch doesnt mind talking. What he doesnt like are the cheap shot, out of context, looking for a sound bite, gotcha type stuff. I think people here linked to what he did for the Japanese media, who are very respectful, maybe overly so, in their approach to athletes. Knowing that he gave them lots of time, trying candies and comparing them to Skittles, etc.

    Something like Fallon is probably up Lynchs alley.
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  • I just wonder if there will be consequences to the practice going long from the league office. I thought that the practice times and lengths were rigidly controlled nowadays by the CBA.
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  • Vetamur wrote:I think in the right context Lynch doesnt mind talking. What he doesnt like are the cheap shot, out of context, looking for a sound bite, gotcha type stuff. I think people here linked to what he did for the Japanese media, who are very respectful, maybe overly so, in their approach to athletes. Knowing that he gave them lots of time, trying candies and comparing them to Skittles, etc.

    Something like Fallon is probably up Lynchs alley.


    I think you're right. When the interview is laid back, and/or funny, I don't think Lynch minds doing those.
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  • taz291819 wrote:
    Vetamur wrote:I think in the right context Lynch doesnt mind talking. What he doesnt like are the cheap shot, out of context, looking for a sound bite, gotcha type stuff. I think people here linked to what he did for the Japanese media, who are very respectful, maybe overly so, in their approach to athletes. Knowing that he gave them lots of time, trying candies and comparing them to Skittles, etc.

    Something like Fallon is probably up Lynchs alley.


    I think you're right. When the interview is laid back, and/or funny, I don't think Lynch minds doing those.


    I think also he does not mind the 1 on 1 or 2 type interviews but hates the crowd mentality all yelling dumb questions at him from all directions and pressing in on him. I know how he feels.
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  • Bigpumpkin wrote:
    Hasselbeck wrote:I don't know what I love more.. that he was about to do Fallon.. or that practice ran too long today

    I have a feeling these guys have been practicing like mad men this week. With an enormous chip on their shoulder


    Perhaps some new plays are being introduced?


    Any new plays would have been installed last week. This week was all about refinement and tweaking the game plan.

    But seeing Breno in that 24 jersey...maybe he will be a short yardage runner? :lol:
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  • Apparently Okung and Mike Rob swapped jerseys for practice, too, but I didn't see any pics of that.
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