RBwhore wrote:NFL Network's Jason La Canfora said on Total Access Monday that he believes the Seahawks would give up a fourth-round pick in exchange for Marshawn Lynch.
La Canfora is speculating -- not reporting -- but acquiring Lynch would go a long way toward solving the Seahawks' power back need. It would also allow Seattle to release Julius Jones, saving the club over $1.5 million. Lynch's 2010 base salary is just $885,000. Jones' is scheduled to be $2.45 million.
if he goes to the seahawks, they will get rid of jones,
what will be his ADP in a new league?
would you take lynch in 6-7 round
Its been a rumor for a while and seems to make sense for the Seahawks. We will see what happens. They didn't take more than that on draft day.
As for ADP. Average Draft Position is derived from a sample size of several (the more the more accurate average) drafts. Given Lynch is not even on Seattle, noone could have drafted under these circumstances yet. It would be impossible to come to an ADP with the information we have.
As for value I think he goes from one muddled situation (Buffalo) who ran the ball far more than most teams to Seattle who throws first and still has a few decent backs. Lynch would probably get a higher % of the carries in Seattle but score the same amount because of the lack of rushing opportunities. I do think his over all value will go up if this happens but its all hypothetical at this point.