Marshawn Lynch (back, foot) is a sure-fire fantasy play in Week 15

Kevin Casey

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is probable for Week 15. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was limited in practice on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. He was listed on the team's injury report with foot, and back injuries.

The Seahawks officially listed him as probable for Sunday's game agains the Buffalo Bills. Lynch is expected to play against his former team in Week 15, and should have a little extra for them following the kickoff.

Fantasy Analysis: Lynch has been fighting injuries all season, particularly the back spasms. He has performed through them and proven to be a reliable week-to-week starter.

Lynch seems to come on strong late in the season and will be facing the team that drafted him, only to trade him away. Consider Marshawn Lynch to be a RB1 this week against the Bills.

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