Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch lets his feet do the talking.
The Seahawks’ ‘Silent Sam’ has been one of the organization’s best pickups since being acquired from the Buffalo Bills a quarter of the way through the 2010 season.
In his four years in Seattle — 59 games — Lynch has rushed for 4,624 yards during the regular season and scored 41 touchdowns.
Three years ago in a playoff game against the Saints, Lynch gave the game and the Seahawks victory its signature moment when he went on a wrecking-ball, bowling-ball, 67-yard fourth-quarter touchdown run to highlight their 41-36 win in Seattle.
Asked Thursday what he remembers best about the play, Lynch replied: “It was loud.”
“It was really loud,” he added.
Uh, thanks Marshawn.
Last month, ESPN spoke with 14 players who were on the field at the time of Lynch’s run.