Should the New England Patriots Target Marshawn Lynch?

April 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When a stock begins to lose money, a shareholder's first instinct is to sell before it loses more. The buyer assumes the risk that even though the stock is losing value, the investment is worthwhile and won't be detrimental.
Marshawn Lynch has been somewhat of a PR disaster in Buffalo. With one run-in with the law after another, the Bills seem to be fed up with the former first-round pick.
They Bills are ready to cut their losses, but with no potential suitors knocking at the door, Lynch's off-field antics and history of injuries seem to have depreciated his value a bit. Furthermore, Lynch was put into a rotation with the much older Fred Jackson when "Beast Mode" proved ineffective after his return from suspension last year.
Could the Bills' division rivals, the New England Patriots, be a potential landing spot for Lynch?
Amid an extremely quiet offseason, the Patriots still need a running back, and many suspect they'll grab one in the second round of the draft. The...

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