When asked whether he had any plans to return for another season, Lynch gave a long answer without actually answering the question.
"Look, I'll say like this though, right?"
"Look", he said, "I'll say like this though: This is a vulnerable time for a lot of these young dudes, you feel me?" "They don't be taking care of their chicken right. Their family", Lynch said, via Keith Jenkins of the Associated Press. "So if it was me, or if I had a opportunity to let these little young (teammates) know something, I'd say take care of y'all money, African, because that (stuff) don't last forever now".
And as always, I bring you the good, the bad, and the ugly from Green Bay's performance.
"I'll tell y'all right now while y'all in it, take care of y'all bread". So while y'all at it right now, take care of y'all bodies. I had a couple players that I played with that they're no longer here no more - they're no longer - so you feel me? So start taking care of y'all mentals, y'all bodies and y'all chicken for when y'all ready to walk away. Thanks to some unbelievable throws by our two-time MVP, the Packers were able to put the Seahawks away with a final score of 28-23.
One reporter tried to sneak in a final question about Aaron Rodgers after the playoff game, but Lynch had clearly checked out after putting in his two cents.
Rodgers completed 3-of-4 passes for 34 yards on Green Bay's opening drive, capped off by a attractive 20-yard touchdown throw to wide receiver Davante Adams just moments after Rodgers called an audible with less than 10 seconds remaining on the play clock.
The two former University of California stars then moved to a side room, where they spoke for several minutes after the Packers' 28-23 victory that sent them to the NFC Championship Game and might have sent Lynch back into retirement. Despite averaging just 2.1 yards per carry (63 yards on 30 carries), he was nearly like an old school fullback in that he rushed for four touchdowns in his three games, all in goal-line situations. His words can certainly influence some of the next generation of National Football League players.