The Seattle Seahawks were able to take an early lead against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday and never surrender it en route to an upset win. It was their third victory of the season and Marshawn Lynch was one of the Seattle's key offensive contributors.
The Seahawks offense went to Lynch time after time after time in Sunday's game. The end result was Lynch finishing with a career-high 37 carries for a total of 109 yards. He also managed to grab five passes for an additional 58 yards. His first quarter rushing touchdown was the only time that a Seahawks player was able to find the end zone, as all other Seattle scores in the game came in the form of field goals.
Although Lynch only averaged a meager 3.4 yards per carry, he has been the model of consistency. Over the past two games, the running back has 68 carries, which leads the NFL.
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