Marshawn Lynch listed as probable but still fantasy gold

Kevin Casey

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is listed as probable against his old team the Buffalo Bills. We break down the fantasy implications.

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is listed as probable for the Seahawks game against his old team, the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Lynch has been limited in practice all week with back and foot injuries.

Lynch has been a workhorse for the Seahawks all season with 261 carries for 1,266 yards and nine touchdowns. The Seahawks don't want to work him too hard in practice so he can stay fresh for their postseason push.

Fantasy Impact: Lynch is certainly going to play against his former team, don't worry about his injuries. He has been one of the top fantasy running backs in the league this year and there is no reason to assume that will change in Week 15.

It's unlikely Lynch will repeat his three touchdown performance from last week, but feel fully confident with him as your top running back.

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