Marshawn Lynch
FameRank: 10


* 5× Pro Bowl

* First-team All-Pro (2012 All-Pro Team/2012)

* Second-team All-Pro (2014 All-Pro Team/2014)

* Super Bowl champion (Super Bowl XLVIII/XLVIII)

* 2× NFC Championship Game/NFC Champion (2013–14 NFL playoffs/2013, 2014-2015 NFL playoffs/2014)

* 2× List of National Football League season rushing touchdowns leaders/NFL rushing touchdowns leader (2013, 2014)

* NFL total touchdown leader (17)

* NFL post-season rushing leader (2013–14 NFL playoffs/2013)

* 2× Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week (Weeks 7, 10, 2007)

* NFL Top 100/Ranked #14 in the Top 100 Players of 2014

* NFL Top 100/Ranked #24 in the Top 100 Players of 2013

* NFL Top 100/Ranked #94 in the Top 100 Players of 2012

* 27th all-time in rushing touchdowns


* First-team All-American (2006 College Football All-America Team/2006)

* First-team All-Pacific-10 Conference/Pac-10 (2006)

* Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year (2006)

* Holiday Bowl Co-MVP (2006)

* Las Vegas Bowl MVP (2005)




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Not at all. I'll just let the season come to me and take whatever it gives me. It's an 11-man game, not a one-man game.

I'll be back next week. I'll tape it together, I'll be fine.

They were real solid up front.

We're just going to continue to get better.

A lot of people didn't lift in high school. It gave me somewhat of an edge.

He proved a lot of people wrong.

Some teams have to go through that. But we came out champions.

They're my boys. I love them.

This win meant a lot to us. It was important to be able to send our seniors out with a victory....Sometimes teams have to go through up and downs. We came out of this as [Las Vegas Bowl] champions. I'm not complaining.