Originally written on Sports-Glory  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Seattle Seahawks second-year cornerback Richard Sherman says he isn't that cocky, arrogant, trash talking guy that some perceive him to be. "Not at all, because I can ruin people's day by just having a great day," he said in an interview with USA TODAY Sports. "You know, there may be a lot of people out there who don't like me who don't even know me. Click Link Below to Continue Reading!

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  • So I see you set up this Yardbarker account today just so you could type your lame little comeback. So how do you feel moron, did it make you feel better. By the way....great game by sherman...zero tackles and assists....no picks...got burned on two TD's...fell on his ass in coverage with nobody around him and committed two defensive penalties on the same Atlanta possession. That's who you felt compelled to defend?, you must have gone to school on the short bus. The thing I loved most about this game though, was the look on your smug head coaches face when Atlanta kicked the game winner. Carroll is a lying piece of trash, so glad he's out of the post season.
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  • When seattle wins a Super Bowl you can talk smack you nutless little twit. Right now the seahawks are scheduling T times to go play golf...LOVE IT!! And your reference to the carrot was interesting, sounds like you have experience LOSER!!! BAAAAAHHHHHAAAAAAA!!!!
  • The avatar name refers to the fact that the Giants have won the Super Bowl more than once...like the Packers, 49ers, Steelers etc. It isn't giantsrepeatbacktoback AHole. How many have your sorry seachickens won?...answer...NONE!!! With the rich history the Giants have I have nothing to cry about, but loser franchises like seattle do. Oh and I see the other phony ID closed the account that was just opened this weekend, must have been too hot in the kitchen so he cut and ran like the crybaby that he or she is. BAAAAAAAHHHHHAAAA!!!!!!
  • Really? How are your Giants doing in the playoffs? They're not in them? Oh, that is too bad.
  • So BenDover69 and giantsrepeatha, (since your one and the same person most likely), I'll answer your question with a question....How are the seachickens doing in the playoffs?....OOOOOHHHH, that's right, they were knocked out today so they'll still be without a Lombardi Trophy and a Super Bowl ring, just like the eagles(wink wink). Let me see....how many have the Giants won....hmmmmm....OH that's right FOUR...enjoy the rest of the playoffs asswipe.
  • Most football players are trash talking! Sherman just has the plays and actions to back it up! Wake up and smell the roses as the Seahawks and Sherman are damn good!
  • Some of us love you, even if you run a little too much at the mouth. You just keep doing what you're doing - it's great to watch.
    Go SeaHawks!!!
  • keep it up sherman,and i thought the finger touch was great.go hawks next year.
  • I am a Steeler fan that was pulling for the Seahawks. I do think Sherman acted a little like a "punk" considering he was getting handed his lunch. I didn't get the whole finger circling the helmet. Obviously he's a great athlete that needs to grow up. If he continues to act like a jerk long enough he'll go down as another Ochocincho or T.O., not two of the most classy players. I look forward to seeing the Seahawks evolve into a champion, hopefully Sherman does the same. He will find out that his act will get old fast.
  • It's already old rockyboy, but now he has the entire off season to think about how foolish he made himself look. His game yesterday was a joke and he had it coming to him for acting like such a fool. Got mad respect for your team though, enjoy the rest of the playoffs. Should be 49ers and Patriots in the Super Bowl but I would like to see Ray lewis get in with the Ravens.
  • Trash talking is fine if you back it up. Spend less time worrying about making headlines as an ass and spend that time trying to stay on your feet and learning to tackle below the waist. By the way what kind of chips did you have with the lunch you were served on Sunday?
  • this is a "non-story" - really. Come on. Players all over the NFL talk trash to try to get a mental edge or get a rise out of the other player (which can sometimes add to frustration and, thus, affecting the performance). It is an unavoidable part of the game. So many players do it - Sherman is just more of a character than most. To say he "was served" on Sunday is just BS. He stopped at least three passes from being complete - then one gets by him and he "is served"? How about some real perspective here.
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