The Raiders have Marshawn Lynch and a goal line pass audible called ‘Seattle’

One play that’s always going to be associated with Marshawn Lynch is the Seahawks’ interception thrown in Super Bowl XLIX while situated on the 1-yard line.

While playing the Jets, the Raiders were on the goal line. Over the CBS broadcast, Derek Carr can be heard calling an audible called “Seattle” — a pass play. It’s a normal check that many teams use, but considering the situation, it’s pretty funny.

Newton later exited the tent and was warming up on the sideline for Carolina before returning.

Losing the 2015 NFL MVP at all would be a huge loss to an offense that is already struggling to score with Newton at quarterback. Anderson was forced into a starting role for the team in 2016 for two games, but finished with two touchdowns and five interceptions in a pair of losses.

Newton missed most of preseason and almost the entire offseason after undergoing shoulder surgery. It appears as though he’ll be back without a hitch, though.

Lions 17, Giants 10: Brandon Marshall appeared to have cornerback D.J. Hayden beat near the sideline for a deep pass, but he simply dropped it. The wideout could be seen reacting in frustration after the play, which cost New York a first down. After an underwhelming season opener for Marshall, he’s continued struggling in Week 2.

Lions 17, Giants 10: Eli Manning finally got some time to make plays in the pocket, and did just that with a 38-yard deep pass to tight end Jerell Adams and a 17-yard pass that put the offense at the 1-yard line. However, things stalled from there as a pair of penalties forced the team to settle for a 25-yard field goal from Aldrick Rosas.