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[NFL 2011 Regular Season Week 16] – Cal Alumni News

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Is it the shoes??

As Spike Lee would say, "is it the shoes?"

Marshawn Lynch has been sporting new skittles cleats which he claims give him superpowers. Beast Mode snapped San Francisco’s season streak of not allowing a rushing TD and was able to top 100 yards which was the first against the Niners since 2009. Lynch rewarded fantasy owners who started him in their Fantasy Football Finals and it will be a hot topic if he resigns with the SeaChickens in the offseason.

DeSean Jackson caught 5 passes for 90 yards against the Cowboys to cap off a quiet, but effective game even though the Eagles knew ahead of time they were eliminated from playoff contention. Jackson realizes that next year is out of his control but he definitely wants return an Eagle next season. One possibility has Jackson going to Buffalo of all places? But needless to say, his punt returning skills itself still gives the Giants nightmares.

Cal hopes to do this to Texas QBs 2 days from now....legally of course

Alex Mack has been sticking up for his quarterback , Colt McCoy, and has accused Steeler’s James Harrison of headhunting. Cleveland’s offense has been terrible which might hurt Mack’s and Pro Bowler Joe Thomas’ stock as they approach free agency as they are rumored to file a lawsuit against the Browns? Mack has set a precedence for interior linemen to be drafted in the first round, as Stanford’s David DeCastro looks to be another first round interior lineman in the 2012 NFL draft as Mack and the Pouncey brothers were the years before.

Cameron Morrah looks be active in the Seattle community as he helped honor a sixth grade teacher for her continual excellence and ability to teach kids, as she was nominated for the Seattle Seahawk’s MVP award for teachers. On the field, Morrah hasn’t caught a lot of balls, but has been instrumental in big touchdown plays against the Niners, the Rams, and Eagles – which included a big block against NFL sack leader Jason Babins.

Thomas DeCoud reacts after an inteception

Thomas DeCoud is determined not to have Drew Brees break the single season passing record against the Falcon’s tonight on Monday Night Football. DeCoud feels as if the much maligned Falcon’s secondary is finally coming together as he collected another interception last week on Thursday Night Football, albeit against the lowly Jaguars.

Shane Verren talks to Boston columnist Mike Reiss. Verren has been battling a hamstring injury throughout the season, but will look to see a portion of the workload come playoff time.

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