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The Seahawks will be playing their fifth road game of the season today against the Lions. Will Richard Sherman and the rest of the secondary be able to contain Calvin Johnson and Brandon Pettigrew? Can Wilson and his receivers put up some points against a suspect Lions secondary? Does Detroit have enough healthy defenders left on the roster to put eleven guys on the field?
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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman seemed to have no shortage of confidence all week heading into his matchup with Calvin Johnson and the Detroit Lions. Megatron is probably the most difficult receiver in the game to cover, but Sherman indicated he was up for the task when he changed his Twitter name to something that suited the occasion.
The Lions may have come out victorious...
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman talked a lot of trash leading up to the game this past Sunday, even going so far as to change … Continue reading →
Richard Sherman talks a big game. He did it against Tom Brady. He will do it with any player. Sherman and his Seattle Seahawks secondary has been stellar in 2012, and they will look to continue their run against another once vaunted pass offense in the Detroit Lions.
But Sherman may have done something that is ill advised.
He may have woken a sleeping giant.
Well, not a real giant...
Calvin Johnson told reporters after the game that his sore knee limited him in in Sunday’s come from behind win against the Seattle Seahawks. “It’s tough to stick my foot in the ground with my knee hurting, but that’s no excuse. I’ll be all right. You’re good after the win, but you’ll feel it all on Monday.” Johnson is having a down year for fantasy owners with just...
This week Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman changed his Twitter name to Optimus Prime, since he’ll be in charge of covering Calvin Johnson aka Megatron, for Sunday’s game against the … Continue reading »
Name change gives jocks and nerds something to talk about.
The Seattle Seahawks secondary is anything but shy; just ask Tom Brady what he thinks of the group.
Three weeks after earning their stripes against the New England Patriots at Century Link (at letting everyone know about), CB Richard Sherman is at it again.
@RSherman_25 is no longer an adequate description of who Sherman...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz called Sundays 28-24 victory over Seattle his teams best offensive performance of the season.
Whats surprising is that it happened with such little production from star receiver Calvin Johnson.
Johnson appears to be hampered by a knee injury that forced him to miss some practice time last week.
Hes plowing through, Schwartz...
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson has been listed as probable with a knee injury for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks. Johnson battled an ankle injury earlier in the season. … Continue reading »
Lions receiver Calvin Johnson missed Friday's practice, but should be fine for Sunday's game.Fantasy Spin:Johnson has taken off days from time to time while he battles sore knees. Nothing to see here. Move on.
Talk is cheap, unless you can back it up.
Plenty of NFL stars are known for spouting off during games, but apparently Richard Sherman likes to do his talking off the field. Even after losses.
Sherman, who first popped up on the national scene when calling out Tom Brady
after the Seahawks' win a few weeks ago, turned his attention to Calvin Johnson this
On the road again
The Seattle Seahawks are on the road this week, taking on the Detroit Lions. Both teams are reeling from painful losses to division opponents last week and each is looking to make some moves in their respective divisions.
With lots on the line for both teams, this could be a very physical game – especially with the highlighted matchup between Richard Sherman and...
“Autobots, roll out”
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That was the message that Peter Cullen (the voice of Optimus Prime from the “Transformers” movies) left on Richard Sherman’s voice mail, according to the Fox game broadcast of the Seattle Seahawks vs. Detroit Lions. Peter learned that Richard changed his name on twitter to “Optimus Prime” in response...
Week 8 of the 2012 NFL season is upon us, and fantasy football owners can take solace in the fact that many key players have been declared active for the early games on Sunday, including Wes Welker, Rob Gronkowski, Calvin Johnson and Trent Richardson. All four are listed as active an are expected to start.
The New England Patriots will have most of their weapons available at the...