Marshawn Lynch Lets F-Bomb Fly on Peyton-Eli Manning 'MNF,' Show Cuts Away

Former NFL running back Marshwan Lynch was the first guest for the Peyton and Eli Manning Manning reboot of their candid "Monday Night Football" cast for the Saints-Seahawks game. Once Lynch dropped an 'f-bomb' in the first quarter caught live on TV, the cast cut away and Lynch was no longer involved.

Peyton Manning immediately apologized for Lynch's "slip." The ESPN2 broadcast had cut away once Lynch said, "What the f*ck" during the broadcast.

Earlier in the broadcast, Lynch admitted that he drank shots of Hennesy before some of the games he played, and that he'd sank a few more shots before appearing Monday night.

When Eli on Monday night asked Lynch if he'd had an Hennessy prior to the first quarter, Lynch said he had three.

Marshawn Lynch is a legend 🤣

— PFF (@PFF) October 26, 2021
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Marshawn Lynch #24 of the Seattle Seahawks reacts after scoring a touchdown during the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Lambeau Field on January 12, 2020 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

For the "f-word" that Lynch dropped, here's the scenario. The Seahawks had the ball in the first quarter with a second down and 7 yards to go on the Saints' 44-yard line. The Mannings and Lynch all agreed it was best to "protect that ball" before the ball snapped on that play.

Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith took the snap and appeared to roll back into the backfield, losing the ball in the process. When the ball hit the turf, Lynch's window on the screen can be seen and heard with him saying, "Oh, what the f*uck?"

Marshawn Lynch is not the hero we deserve but the hero we need

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After the broadcast came back on, Peyton can be heard making an apology for the curse words. Peyton and Eli continued the broadcast through the first quarter, and they brought on new guest Tom Brady, who's quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, for the entirety of the second quarter. Brady, who competed against both brothers in their careers, threw his 600th career touchdown pass on Sunday. Brady is the only NFL player to hit that lofty milestone.

The Mannings had Sue Bird scheduled for the third quarter and former quarterback Drew Brees scheduled for the fourth quarter.

The Manning broadcast is an alternative view to the traditional cast on ESPN. The Mannings started the 2021 season with a few weeks of broadcasts, but have been idle themselves the past few Mondays until this week.