The life-size cutout stands at the entrance of the Capitol Hill grocery store, greeting shoppers as they push their carts. There, trying to sell you coconut water in a V-neck, is a smiling Marshawn Lynch. Yes, that Marshawn Lynch, the one who quietly sailed through preseason except for his grocery store tour de force. Never much for attention, Lynch has gone about his business under the cover of bigger storylines (the addition – then injury – of Percy Harvin, Russell Wilson's sophomore year, the injuries along the defensive line). And yet there's no denying Lynch's importance if Seattle is to meet lofty expectations.