|2013 Regular Season|
Lynch has been held in check two weeks in a row and the Seahawks have started complaining about the officiating. He still should dominate a poor Carolina team next week.
The Seattle offense was out of sorts Sunday but owners shouldn't be too worried about Lynch's ability to bounce back.
What started as an injury scare ended with another solid performance from Lynch. He now has six total touchdowns and more than 400 total yards this season.
Owners relieved to see Lynch bounce back after he carried the ball just six times for 36 yards a week earlier.
He salvaged his fantasy day with four catches for 27 yards and a touchdown. The Seahawks trailed for much of the game, and San Diego controlled the clock. He's got a Super Bowl rematch with Denver next week, but he only managed 39 yards on 15 carries in that game.
Lynch went without a 100-yard game in the final six regular-season contests of 2013 and had just three for the year, so this is a strong start for fantasy owners.
The Bellevue Police Department issued a statement late Wednesday night saying Lynch wasn't involved and that the case remained open. The police department expressed appreciation for cooperation from Lynch and the Seahawks. Police initially released a statement Monday mentioning Lynch. The Seahawks released a statement a day later saying they believed the accusations to be "bogus" after speaking with Lynch.
Lynch arrived at the Seattle Seahawks practice facility on Thursday afternoon following the team's morning practice. The team confirmed Lynch had reported for camp, ending a holdout that spanned a week. Lynch was caught by television cameras talking on his phone out near the Seahawks practice fields wearing a hooded "Beast Mode" sweatshirt and knit cap on an 85 degree day.
Appearing on NFL Network on Thursday night, Robinson said he spoke with Lynch and Seattle's star running back plans to hold out of the camp that begins Friday. At dispute is Lynch's contract. Lynch can make up to $5.5 million this season in base pay and roster bonuses. It's the third year of a four-year contract Lynch signed with Seattle before the 2012 season.