I just have this feeling that Marshawn Lynch will be crowned as the Super Bowl MVP if the Seattle Seahawks win it all. Lynch is the heartbeat of this Seahawks team. When he makes one of his famous “Beast Mode” runs it electrifies the entire team. Its going to take a special play or two to win this game, it seems fitting that it would come from Lynch.
Think about the makeup of this Seahawks offense. You have Russell Wilson leading the team as the quarterback. He has moments where he is truly special; but then he has those uh oh he’s still so inexperienced moments as well. Doug Baldwin is the leading receiver and Baldwin only had 66 receptions for 825 yards in the regular season. Lynch is without a doubt the thing that makes everything go.
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The Seahawks won the Super Bowl last season 43-8 by completely pulverizing the Denver Broncos with their awesome defense. Its hard to count on the defense to make this a completely lopsided game against the Patriots. Last year’s victory was simply a once in a lifetime shellacking.
The Patriots have an answer for Baldwin. They have an answer for Jermaine Kearse and tight end Luke Willson. The Patriots feel confident that they can contain Wilson in the pocket and force him into bad decisions. Remember, Wilson did throw 4 interceptions in the NFC Championship game.
The only thing the Patriots don’t have an answer for is the Skittles loving, powerful and balanced running back Seattle unleashes as Beast Mode. Expect to see him put up one of the finest games of his career as Lynch wants to ensure his Seahawks repeat as champions. This could be more than anything the Patriots expect to handle!
Super Bowl 2015 Prediction: 30 carries, 172 yards, 2 touchdowns