When an iconic player like Marshawn Lynch retires, it's something that deserves its own show. Adam and Brandan take a look back at some of the most memorable moments from Marshawn both on the field and off it. The guys take you back to the game where Lynch was first caught on the sidelines reaching for a bag of Skittles to calm his upset stomach to the time where Marshawn went on a home shopping channel to proclaim his love for tasting the rainbow.
Steve Raible has injected the catch phrase “Holy Catfish” into several memorable plays over the years, but you may not remember the first Marshawn Lynch call where it originated. We get into that as well as some of the greatest runs we've ever seen from a Seattle Seahawks running back and arguably the single greatest run we've ever seen in the NFL.
Finally, we talk about how to cope with a player of his magnitude leaving the team and what his credentials are for potential Hall of Fame status. Analysts throw around numbers all the time, but the only number they should be talking about is 2–the number of times Marshawn caused earthquakes to register at CenturyLink Field.