Marshawn Lynch struggles to score fantasy points in Week 6

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Marshawn Lynch couldn't find much room to run against the Patriots. We break down the fantasy implications.

The Seahawks came away with a big win over the Patriots in Week 6, but Marshawn Lynch didn't make a big impact this time. He carried the ball 15 times for just 41 yards.

Russell Wilson put in a huge performance, so Lynch's struggles didn't hinder the offense too much.

Fantasy Impact: The Patriots have been much better against the run than stopping opposing passers this season. That being said, this was the worst performance Lynch has had all season.

He'll face another tough run defense in the 49ers this coming Thursday night. While San Francisco is normally stout against opposing ground games, Lynch did manage to run for 107 yards and a touchdown in his last game against his divisional foe. He's too big of a name to have on your bench.

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