Marshawn Lynch in Beast Mode vs. Ravens

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Marshawn Lynch was certainly in "Beast Mode" during Seattle's win over Baltimore.

<p> Marshawn Lynch was certainly in "Beast Mode" during the Seattle Seahawks' upset win over the Baltimore Ravens.</p>

Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seahawks
“Beast Mode” was in full effect in Seattle, as the Hawks powered to a 22–17 victory over the Ravens. With Qwest Field’s “12th Man” rocking, Lynch rumbled for 109 yards and one TD on a workhorse-load of 32 carries, while also catching five passes for 58 yards. Kicker Steven Hauschka tied a franchise record with five FGs, but it was Lynch who enabled Seattle to own time-of-possession 35:01-to-24:59 and take down heavily-favored Baltimore.

Tom Brady, QB, Patriots
Bill Belichick and Brady passed Don Shula and Dan Marino as the winningest coach-QB duo in NFL history, notching their 117th career victory with a 37–16 triumph over the Jets on Sunday night. The three-time Super Bowl-winning pair have a 117–35 record (.770 win percentage) over 152 games since 2000. Brady completed 26-of-39 passes for 329 yards, three TDs — two of which went to tight end Rob Gronkowski — and zero INTs against the Jets, taking over first place in the AFC East in the process.

Arian Foster, RB, Texans
With Andre Johnson missing his sixth straight game due to an injured hamstring, Foster stepped up in the passing game — while also continuing to power Houston’s ground attack. The undrafted free-agent turned fantasy football star had four receptions for 102 yards and a 78-yard catch-and-run to paydirt, along with 17 carries for 84 yards and one TD during a 37–9 blowout win at Tampa Bay.

Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals
It doesn’t matter who’s throwing the passes — whether it’s Kurt Warner or Kevin Kolb or even John Skelton — Fitzgerald finds a way to get open and make plays downfield. Arizona’s go-to target hauled in seven catches for 146 yards and two TDs in a shocking 21–17 upset win on the road in Philadelphia. Fitzgerald’s two scores were the 69th and 70th of his career, breaking the franchise record set by Ray Green.

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