The Best Image Of This Super Bowl Weekend Had Nothing To Do With This Super Bowl…


The best image of the weekend is the posterchild for the saying “picture is worth a thousand words” It’s the most iconic retirement image of the year from none other than #BEASTMODE

It was supposed to be the retirement of a certain 2 Time Super bowl Champion QB ON THE OCCASION. But such a quarterback who shall remain nameless is feelin himself right now and bordering on Brett Favre diva levels of coy on the question.
It’s almost like he didn’t just have the worst quarterback rating and offensive yards in Super Bowl winners history. ANYWAY, this isn’t about him.

This image represents a GRACIOUS man of few words. Like their owner, when it comes to those whats on this photo, what you see is what you got.  Hanging up there they almost dare spectators “You know why I’m here“, and promise “I’m about that action!” ✌🏾️

As one teammate put it “wats understood ain’t gotta be explained…“.  So consider the following a history lesson for your kids, or nieces and nephews:
Those cleats carried the most explosive running back of his prime on a road to defend the Seattle Seahawks Championship in back-to-back Super Bowls. He’s man who lived up to the hype and moniker surrounding his feats on the field, “BEASTMODE” (Marshawn Lynch).  It’s worth noting that is something his head coach forgot in the last play of the 2nd Super Bowl against the New England Patriots (2015) in what is widely considered the worst play call in Super Bowl history – a decision that undoubtedly, even a year later, has to be part of the reason for this abrupt retirement. Don’t hold your breath for definitive answers though. You know why BEASTMODE won’t be here. He won’t get fined anymore.

That’s the best no nonsense retirement announcement by Marshawn Lynch in CLASSIC form confirmed by the Seattle Seahawks:


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