What a great interview. Complementary at times (Julio, Calvin), honesty (Rodgers vs Brady), a little bravado talking about HOF, talks about complexities of the game, shows some restraint talking about Harbaugh/49ers.
Those are the interviews he needs. Trash talk a ton on the field, a little off it, and ooze honesty, modesty, and the right amount bravado in interviews.
To the OP, what? That's probably the best interview I've seen of him.
I concur wholeheartedly with this assessment. Sounds like Sherm is going to have that 5th round chip on his shoulder for the rest of career, which just might propel him in to the HOF someday.