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Why Lynch should be kept


http://www.californiagoldenblogs.com/2010/2/4/1295962/sport-science-compares-marshawn

 

Watch this crazy clip of him kicking it into beast mode. Not only is this guy an animal but he is only 23, far too young too be giving up on a 1st rounder who had back to back 1,000 yard seasons. Yes his character is a big issue, but do you seriously just want to get rid of him for nothing. I mean he is worth more to the team than a 3rd or 4th round pick at this point. He has a couple years left on his contract and has something to prove to the league after his mediocre season last year. Yes we all love Jackson, but he is pushing 30 and thats usually when you see RBs taper off.  I would keep both and use both. We have bigger fish to fry then trying to trade lynch for a crappy second day pick- like fixing the O-line and getting the right personal to run a 3-4 defense. If anyone should get traded it Schobel in my opinion, thats if he is decides to come back. The guy is ready to retire and it would be great if we could get something for him. Enjoy the clip-its nice to see a Bill get some spotlight, especially when its not him doing something illegal. 

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