Marshawn Lynch Swears On ESPN And The Reason Why Is Hilarious

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This NFL football season, ESPN decided to give Hall-of-Famer Peyton Manning and his brother Eli Manning a "Monday Night Football" watch-along show called Peyton & Eli.

Peyton and Eli Manning watch and discuss Monday Night Football
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For the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints MNF game, Peyton and Eli welcomed guest and Seahawk legend Marshawn Lynch.

Marshawn Lynch in a Seahawks beanie and jacket
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As the clock ran out in the first quarter, no one was more surprised than Marshawn Lynch, who let out an uncensored, gut reaction...live on ESPN2.

"Protect that ball. Protect it." *referee blows the whistle to end the quarter* "What the f*ck?"

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I'm sure ESPN was unhappy with it, but Marshawn is always gonna be Marshawn. The man just knows how to have a good time.

If you are unfamiliar with Beast Mode, you might know him for this famous run that caused an earthquake (beast-quake) in Seattle.

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You might also recall his famous catchphrase for the press: "I'm just here so I won't get fined."

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I preferred his underrated line when asked why he doesn't like press conferences:

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That same week, people unfamiliar with Marshawn got a good look at him having a blast while gaming on Conan with Rob Gronkowski and Conan O'Brien. (A+ content)

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Here's Marshawn diving into a pool of Skittles because he is his own spirit animal.

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For context, he has an unapologetic love for Skittles. He'd eat them during games, and fans even threw handfuls at him after touchdowns.

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After cursing on ESPN2, the Mannings had to apologize on behalf of Marshawn, but I'm sure no one is mad. How can you stay mad at this man?

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Does Marshawn need his own sportscast? I think so. Comment below!

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