Yesterday, it was confirmed that Marshawn Lynch was retiring from the NFL.
The talented back was the face of the Seattle Seahawks during their Super Bowl run. He was dominant even when the team had a questionable passing game.
Should Marshawn be selected into the Hall Of Fame when the time is right?
There's no denying Lynch's impact on the field.
Seattle made the playoffs in five of six seasons with him on the roster, getting to the Super Bowl twice and hoisting the Lombardi trophy once.
From 2011 to 2015, Lynch ran for 51 touchdowns, tops in the league. According to ESPN Stats & Information, his 2,659 yards after contact during that span was second to only Minnesota's Adrian Peterson. Only seven players in NFL history have rushed for more postseason yards than Lynch (937).
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