You knew it was going to happen.
Marshawn Lynch hadn't run for many yards in his return to the Seattle Seahawks against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night, but early in the fourth quarter, he made them count.
On the 14th play of a 75-yard drive, Lynch leaped from two yards out to break the goal line for a touchdown.
The score brought Seattle within five points of San Francisco, as well as the cleaning crews out onto the field. Shortly after Lynch hit pay dirt, the CenturyLink crowd responded by showering him and the field in Skittles, temporarily delaying the game.
Lynch wore cleats bearing the message "unfinished business," and while his score didn't give the Seahawks the lead, it had to feel good to get the call at the goal line after what happened in Super Bowl XLIX.
It was also Lynch's first rushing touchdown with Seattle since 2015.
Lynch finished the game with 12 carries for 34 yards and one touchdown, but the 49ers got the last laugh as they held on for a 26-21 win.