NinerLifer wrote:Well this should be interesting. Sherman is acting like more of a diva than some of the most infamous diva's to ever play the game. These type of players usually end up wrecking havoc and become a major distraction in the locker room which causes teams to implode. As a fan of a team in the same division...I welcome his behavior for that exact reason as it is now crystal clear why other teams passed on him in the draft.
The ironic thing is that if he was on a different team, I would imagine that most of you who claim to like his behavior would be feeling the exact opposite. Reading the posts in this thread, it does appear that some of your fans know that his behavior will probably have negative side effects for your team.
Well he didn't refer to himself as the greatest of all time.
He didn't forget what city he played for and throw out homophobic remarks in an interview.
He didn't throw a concussed starting QB playing the best football of his life under the bus.
He didn't flip out on the sidelines, refuse to give an after game interview, and put the blame of a superbowl loss on a blown call.
but hey, "Gobble, gobble, turkey!" Sherman's calling out of a well known media jackass that had been publicly crapping on him during the offseason is team destroying poison, lol. Thanks, 49er fan, for that incredible insight.