Georgia Football: Arthur Lynch Reflects on His Senior Season

I’ve always liked Georgia tight end Arthur Lynchsince early on in his career—and I figured that, with time, he could become a genuine force in Georgia’s offense, if given the chance; he certainly had a line of good ones ahead of him, in former Bulldogs Orson Charles and Aron White, but the tough, blue-collar, kid from Massachusetts bided his time and took what he could get in playing time—developing a knack for more than blocking along the way and now poised for a long look from the front offices of the NFL.

And while he hasn’t put up monster numbers this year, he’s made the most of the opportunities he’s been given and will surely have a few scouts looking his way at the Senior Bowl—and he’s sure to get an invitation to the NFL Combine as well.

I’m still chuckling a bit at his reaction to seeing “The Conjuring”. My husband wanted to see it when it first hit the theaters—I vetoed that one immediately. It wasn’t my type of movie in any way, shape of form; way too creepy. Of course, I’m the type of person who immediately changes the channel when Sprint’s zombie ad comes on; it’s pretty safe to say I’d be very disturbed by a movie like “The Conjuring”.

It’s also interesting that he doesn’t watch NFL games; I thought that was a pre-requisite in Boston—what-with them having such a successful franchise in the New England Patriots and all—you learn something new everyday.

In any event, I hope to see No. 88 playing on Sundays, always love seeing “DGD’s” do good at the next level.

Enhanced by Zemanta
The following two tabs change content below.
I am not a 'journalist' by trade, nor do I present myself as such. I am a wife, mother, and passionate Georgia Bulldog fan. That's it. I write. You read.

1 comment for “Georgia Football: Arthur Lynch Reflects on His Senior Season

Comments are closed.