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Of All Things, Was it Marshawn Lynch’s Juke That Caused Ray Lewis’ Toe Injury?

Of all possible ways for Ray Lewis, one of the most ferocious linebackers in NFL history, to get injured, it may have been a juke from Marshawn Lynch that brought him down.

Lynch is one of the slowest, least impressive running backs in the NFL. He has very few moves, and he is the king of the three-yard run. Known more for his power than his ability to move, it was a shock to see him absolutely fake out Ray Lewis on a pass catch late in the game.

The play happened in the final few minutes of the game, and it was on an eight-yard reception from Tarvaris Jackson. Lewis was completely faked out by Lynch’s move to the inside, and his ankle collapsed. Lynch may have literally broken Ray Lewis’ toe on the play.

Lewis, who has not missed a game since the 2007 season, is out for Sunday’s game and reportedly could miss up to a month. All because of Marshawn Lynch’s smooth moves. Who could have ever guessed it?

Thanks to my man Sam at Play Action Picks for the tip on the video.


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  • http://www.aokc.net/ Mark waugh

    Hi buddy, you are right Ray Lewis is best ferocious linebackers in NFL history, I think Lynch is a worse nightmare for Lewis. A player who didn’t miss any match since 2007 now injured badly. It’s really very bad news for Lewis and his fans. Thanks

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=505027140 Ryan T-Spoon Rettig

    One of the slowest backs in the league? You need a new profession because its obvious you know nothing about the NFL. Yes, he’s known for his power but he ran a 4.46 at the combine. That’s the same time as Deangelo Williams ran in case you weren’t aware (which you weren’t because of how apparently ignorant you are on the subject)

  • http://larrybrownsports.com Larry Brown

    That was five years ago. I’ll give you $500 if he still runs a 4.46 40. Things change after 1,000 carries in the NFL.