Originally written on Bush League Chronicle  |  Last updated 11/20/14

On Wednesday, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick said the Seattle Seahawks "got away with a lot of things on defense" in reference to San Francisco's 29-3 defeat in Seattle on Sunday. On Thursday, the always boisterous Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman stepped to the podium during his weekly media session to address to Kaepernick's comments, and delivered quite the response. “We got away with three picks, two fumbles, five turnovers,” Sherman said. “We got away with a 29-3 victory, it looked like. That’s the way it looked to me.” Boom. The Seahawks-49ers rivalry has blossomed into one of the more intriguing rivalries in the NFL thanks to the success both teams have enjoyed recently. And Sherman's comments are sure to add more fuel to the fire. Via Seattle Times

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  • Kapernick it would appear is a sniveling crybaby. He took the NFL by surprise last season and did well, but NFL Defensive Coordinators have a game plan now. So he has looked bad in 2 of 3 games so far. If he was half a man he would just shut up and play and not try to find fault elsewhere. The Seahawks simply took it to him and the now over rated 49ers, PERIOD!!! Just shut the hell up Kapernick and go lick your wounds.
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