Marshawn Lynch's mom, Delisa Lynch, thinks Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell made the right call giving her son the ball on fourth-and-1 from the Rams' 43 in the team's 34-31 overtime loss Sunday to St. Louis.
But she also thinks Bevell should have been fired after last season's Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots.
In a post on her Facebook page, Delisa called Bevell "the worst playcaller ever" and suggested he gave the ball to Lynch in a critical spot Sunday to make up for the interception that ended Super Bowl XLIX.
"Too the smart azz media who wrote that's why marshawn didn't get the ball in the superbowl ,how many times did russell get sacked yesterday," Delisa wrote in the Facebook post. "Dont worry i will wait on the answer plus it was totally different at the superbowl the line was better than yesterday no blocking and to the offense caller who should have been fired yes i said it Fired !!! He is the worst play-caller ever the only reason he called that dumb azz play yesterday is to be able to justify the 1 yard that wasn't called in the superbowl ,but most fans already figured this out .were still on a mission but i know the Seahawks staff loves that play caller more than a win ,go figure #nfldontpayme# I love this team and will stand up to anybody who tries to destroy it boom!!!!"
The Seahawks' offensive line was pushed back on the final play Sunday, and Lynch was stopped behind the line of scrimmage to seal St. Louis' win.
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