Marshawn Lynch

The MMQB 100
No. 56: Jay Cutler
The MMQB 100: 51-60
Six years ago he was viewed as a franchise savior. Now, on his third head coach and fifth offensive coordinator, with fans’ frustration boiling over, it has come down to this: Jay Cutler has one last chance to make it work in Chicago
By Robert Klemko
On Further Review
For Seattle, Plenty of Blame to Go Around
For Seattle, Plenty of Blame to Go Around
A coach’s call has been getting all of the attention, but three Seahawks deserve their share of wrath for the Super Bowl-losing interception. Here's what Jermaine Kearse, Ricardo Lockette and Russell Wilson did wrong on the infamous play
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
The Super Bowl That Took Everyone’s Breath Away
The Super Bowl That Took Everyone’s Breath Away
What just happened? New England beat Seattle in Arizona, but the explanation for how it went down is hard to believe. A breakdown of the late interception, plus more on Brady and Belichick’s fourth NFL title and the 2015 Hall of Fame class
By Peter King
Deep Dive
In Defense of Darrell Bevell
In Defense of Darrell Bevell
The Seahawks had the right look for the slant to work, but the interception that clinched Super Bowl 49 was more a function of their limited personnel. Plus, why it was Bill Belichick who made the biggest coaching gaffe, a peek at Tom Brady's note cards, and how the Pats took the option out of Seattle's read-option
By Andy Benoit
MMQB Extra
The Worst Play Call in Super Bowl History
The Worst Play Call in Super Bowl History
The Seahawks say that they liked the decision to throw a slant from the 1-yard line, and that the play simply didn't work out. But that's just not the case
By Peter King
Behind the Face Mask
The NFL’s Dirty Laundry
The NFL’s Dirty Laundry
While the media obsesses over quiet players and PSI, the biggest problems in professional football go unnoticed. From concussions to non-guaranteed contracts, players are getting fed up with the league's rampant hypocrisy
Deep Dive
Dealing With the Wheel
Dealing With the Wheel
The wheel route is one of Seattle's signature plays. And on Sunday, it will be one of the ways they can get their middling receivers open against a superior Patriots secondary
By Andy Benoit
Deep Dive
Containing Russell Wilson
Containing Russell Wilson
The key to winning the Super Bowl for the Patriots will depend on their ability to keep Seattle's QB under wraps. Here's how New England's defense could do it
By Andy Benoit
Super Bowl Breakdown
What the Patriots Must Do
What the Patriots Must Do
The No. 1 key for the Patriots on Super Sunday: Get Gronk going
By Peter King
Super Bowl Breakdown
Recipe for a Repeat
Recipe for a Repeat
What do the Seahawks need to win Super Bowl 49? Marshawn Lynch, for starters
By Peter King