SEATTLE — Two things we know about Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman: He’s one of the best young defensive players in the league, and he doesn’t lack confidence. When Sherman picked off a Brady pass to Deion Branch with 4:52 left in the third quarter, Brady apparently told Sherman and safety Earl Thomas to ” see him after the game when they win….. I found him after….,”
Sherman’s Twitter response, since deleted, came with a picture.
In the Seahawks’ locker room after the game, Sherman was chirping like Muhammad Ali.
“Any time you run a gimmick offense, you’re a little bit afraid — you’re not sound in what you’re doing in your base stuff,” he told Yahoo! Sports right after the game. “You’re running this hurry-up stuff, and there’s a reason it’s not effective, because there are great defenses out there who will stuff it. We figured out early in the game what the calls were, what they were doing, and what the adjustments were. We started executing better, and that’s why they got only six points in the second half.”
From the Tacoma News Tribune:
“I kept saying I’m going to get that next time. Every TV timeout, I went up and said it right to [Brady]: ‘Please keep trying me. I’m going to take it from you.’ That was when they were winning. He just gave me that look and said, ‘Oh, I’ll see you after game.’ Well, I made sure I saw him after the game.” “They’re going to say, ‘What’s wrong? He threw two picks. Well, he should have thrown five picks. If Earl catches every one, then it’s a long day for him. People don’t understand. We’ve got great players out here. We’ve got great players in the Pacific Northwest. The Seattle Seahawks have a lot of talent. People, they don’t look at the film. They don’t analyze anything. That’s why these analysts and commentators need to shut their mouth.”
Sherman went on and on by his locker, orating for an ever-increasing group of media folks. “Me and Earl walked up to him and said, ‘We’re greater than you. We’re better than you. You’re just a man — we’re a team.’ That’s the Brady Bunch; this is a defense. We’ve got 11 players out there to play great ball, and we’re never going to let one man beat us. It’s not just about one man. If they’ve got 11 players out there on offense, then they’re one hell of a team.” “It’s instinct — it’s a lot of stuff you can’t explain,” he said of his ability to cover receivers all through the patterns. “If I tried to sit here and write a book on how to play cornerback, I’d be out of luck, because a lot of it is just instinct — I feel this, or I feel that. And I go with it every time. I don’t doubt myself, and our coaches do a great job making sure that we’re technical in everything we do. They don’t give us a break. When we’re jamming [receivers], no matter who we’re going up against, they want perfect reps every time, and that’s what I try to do.”
Who the fuck is this guy? Seriously who is he? Richard Sherman? Never fucking heard of him before. Like who talks this much shit in week 6? WEEK 6! It’s mid fucking October. You play for the Seahawks bro. Why are you photoshopping twitter photos and then pulling them down? I already forgot who you were and I’m in the middle of blogging about you. Plus I don’t know what game you watched but if Brady wasn’t horrible the Pats would have scored 50 on you yesterday. It didn’t matter who was on defense. Brady just had one of those days. It wasn’t like the Seahawks had a heavy pass rush or guys weren’t wide open. He just kind of sucked.
Honestly wou want to know the true mark of how you know when somebody shouldn’t be talking shit? When they are so far beneath you that you don’t even care or get offended by anything they say or do. I mean this guy is harmless. If anything when I read this I just kind of tilted my head sideways like when a dog is confused. Just strange.