Found March 01, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
The Seattle Seahawks had one of the most feared defenses in the 2012 NFL season. Mainly because they have arguably the best secondary in the game of football. They finished sixth in the NFL in pass defense and one of the reasons was cornerback Richard Sherman. He may talk a lot of trash but he can back every bit of it up. He was a big reason the Seahawks were so successful in 2012... Read more
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