Marshawn Lynch's Mom Thinks The Seahawks Offensive Coordinator Is The Worst Play Caller in The World
There you go Sunshine, protest that nest! Probably not the most politically correct thing to slander the franchise that employs her son, and the offensive coordinator that has consistently given him his opportunity to succeed over the last few years. However, Momma Lynch ain't no Seahawks fan, she's a Marshawn fan, and that's where her allegiance ends. Obviously Darrell Bevell isn't the worst play caller in the world considering he was one yard away from back-to-back Super Bowl victories, but I think it's fair to say that he isn't having the greatest stretch right now. We have all been there at some point. This is how it works though. Moms are supposed to be over protective of their children. You know what my mom thinks of every last girl that has ever dumped me? Most maniacal bitches on Earth, every last one of them. Doesn't matter if a mother has a shithead kid, and she knows it. That's her shithead kid, and any negative words muttered about him might as well have been muttered about the woman that birthed him into this world too. You say that Marshawn wouldn't have scored from the 1 yard line in the Super Bowl then you better expect Momma Bear to defend her prized cub. You better expect momma dukes to go 'Beast Mode' in tearing down everyone in her wake to preserve the reputation of her baby boy. After all, Marshawn Lynch came out of her stomach. There's not a offensive coordinator on the planet that wouldn't have been successful with Marshawn running the ball for them. If he gets stopped on 4th down then it's clearly somebody else's fault, because there is nothing he can't do....just ask his mother.
Hey, say what you want, but the woman is right. There's absolutely no way that Russell Wilson's Super Bowl interception didn't creep into the mind of Darrell Bevell when he was scouring the playbook on 4th and short Sunday afternoon. I don't think you can fault him for that, nor do I think running one of the best running backs in football up the middle when all you need is a yard, regardless of the situation, is a bad play call. Sometimes you just get beat. Sometimes you just get outguessed. Sometimes you just get out executed. Just so happens that has been the case the last two times the Seahawks have faced a do-or-die situation with the game on the line. Sucks that their 0-2, but I think their success prior to those two instances makes up for it and then some. I could watch the play again to see who is actually at fault for it's failure, but since I am a Saints fan I'll just assume that Jimmy Graham was too busy blocking the sun to worry about blocking a defensive player. Probably the greatest trade ever made, you know, unless the Saints continue their 25% touchdown rate in the red zone.
P.S. Pretty funny that Marshawn's momma was more outspoken in one media post, albeit of the social variety, than Marshawn has been over the last two years. I guess everyone needs someone to speak in their defense, and there's no one better to do so than a mother.