8 Amazing Speeches Not Given By Marshawn Lynch

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Marshawn Lynch‘s unique media relations strategy has been the No. 1 talking point leading up to Sunday’s Super Bowl. And it’s understandable. It has all the elements to thrive in the petri dish of controversy.

Still, it’s amazing to me that people are still talking about it. The internet is overwrought with people publishing their thinkpieces attempting to explain what Lynch’s actions mean for AMERICA and the FUTURE.

And here at BroBible, we are nothing if not concerned about the big issues.

So with that in mind, here is our Lynch trend story on history’s great speeches and whether or not they were orated by the Seattle Seahawks running back.

Lou Gehrig — “Farewell,” 1939

Given by Marshawn Lynch: No.

Sir Winston Churchill — “We Shall Fight On,” 1940

Given by Marshawn Lynch: No.

Abraham Lincoln — “Gettysburg Address,” 1863

Given by Marshawn Lynch: No.

Martin Luther King, Jr — “I Have A Dream,” 1963

Given by Marshawn Lynch: No.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt — “Pearl Harbor,” 1941

Given by Marshawn Lynch: No.

Patrick Henry — “Give Me Liberty,” 1775

Given by Marshawn Lynch: No.

John F. Kennedy — “Inaugural Speech”

Given by Marshawn Lynch: No.

Sean MaGuire — “Good Will Hunting,” 1997

Given by Marshawn Lynch: No.


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