Marshawn Lynch was in full Beast Mode against the Cardinals
The Seattle Seahawks clinched a play-off spot as Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson led the reigning Super Bowl champions to a 35-6 victory over the Arizona Cardinals.
Lynch, known for his powerful 'Beast Mode' runs, had another unstoppable romp to the endzone, rumbling through a series of tackles on this 79-yard rush that even had his team-mates impressed.
Michael Bennett on Lynch's 79-yard TD: "That's the best I've ever seen. It looked like he was running for his freedom."
— Terry Blount (@TerryBlountESPN) December 22, 2014
Lynch also picked up a six-yard touchdown, making light of reports that he was forced to sit out the first quarter with an upset stomach, an explanation that didn't hold muster with everybody.
Lynch's running style is obviously rubbing off on his team-mates, with quarterback Wilson executing a textbook stiff-arm to score his own rushing touchdown.
The notoriously loquacious Lynch then topped his evening off by giving the media one of his rinse and repeat interviews.