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  • Marvin49 wrote:
    Scottemojo wrote:Petulance is an issue of character, as is self aggrandizement. Kaepernick doesn't have a problem with the media after good games. I have no problem with a QB celebrating with his boys after success, but bicep kissing your tats, I don't care if they are naked ladies or scriptures, is a ME thing. That is Cam Newton style right there. And has no business with the leader of the team.


    Sigh. :34853_doh:

    This coming from a team with Richard Sherman on the roster.


    He isn't the leader of our team, now is he?
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  • Scottemojo wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:
    Scottemojo wrote:Petulance is an issue of character, as is self aggrandizement. Kaepernick doesn't have a problem with the media after good games. I have no problem with a QB celebrating with his boys after success, but bicep kissing your tats, I don't care if they are naked ladies or scriptures, is a ME thing. That is Cam Newton style right there. And has no business with the leader of the team.


    Sigh. :34853_doh:

    This coming from a team with Richard Sherman on the roster.


    He isn't the leader of our team, now is he?


    Right.

    That makes it all better. Making sh*t up to hate the Niner QB is all good but pointing out that the biggest a-hole in the NFL is on your roster doesn't matter because he "isn't the leader".

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  • You only think he's the biggest a-hole because he's not on your team. Sherman talks shit on the field to get inside his opponents head, and more often than not - it works. He backs up everything he says with his play, and gives credit where it's due. He owns any mistakes he makes and gives 100% on every down. Face it - the niners would love to have Sherman lining up for them.

    Darnell Dockett seems to be a complete scumbag in every way possible, a cheap-shotting bastard, but I'd be lying if i said i wouldn't love to have him on the Seahawks' D-line.

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  • peachesenregalia wrote:You only think he's the biggest a-hole because he's not on your team. Sherman talks shit on the field to get inside his opponents head, and more often than not - it works. He backs up everything he says with his play, and gives credit where it's due. He owns any mistakes he makes and gives 100% on every down. Face it - the niners would love to have Sherman lining up for them.

    Darnell Dockett seems to be a complete scumbag in every way possible, a cheap-shotting bastard, but I'd be lying if i said i wouldn't love to have him on the Seahawks' D-line.

    Catch a grip.


    Of course I'd take Richard Sherman. When did I say otherwise? We had Deion Sanders for a season. I also agree on Dockett...both that I hate him and would want him (funny story....after always talking about how much he hated the 49ers and having twitter wars with Vernon Davis....after the final game of the season he COMPLIMENTED to 49ers and their fans via Twitter. Sounds like someone sees the end of the road in Arizona...lol).

    I'm just sayin' it's comical to stake some moral high ground and be critical of Kaep when you got Sherman on your roster. Kaep gets fired up on the field. Guilty. He kisses his tattoo as an F-U to people who don't approve of his tattoos. Guilty. He was short with the media after getting crushed in Seattle. Guilty. (and oh BTW, that was also the week after a story came out about his biological mother wanting to reunite with him and just a couple weeks after the tattoo article...so he wasn't all that happy with those peeps).

    The conclusions you guys are coming to tho are ridiculous and show only that you WANT to hate anything red and gold. Thats all good...it's your right...especially in this forum...but you look foolish.
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  • Marvin49 wrote:
    peachesenregalia wrote:You only think he's the biggest a-hole because he's not on your team. Sherman talks shit on the field to get inside his opponents head, and more often than not - it works. He backs up everything he says with his play, and gives credit where it's due. He owns any mistakes he makes and gives 100% on every down. Face it - the niners would love to have Sherman lining up for them.

    Darnell Dockett seems to be a complete scumbag in every way possible, a cheap-shotting bastard, but I'd be lying if i said i wouldn't love to have him on the Seahawks' D-line.

    Catch a grip.


    Of course I'd take Richard Sherman. When did I say otherwise? We had Deion Sanders for a season. I also agree on Dockett...both that I hate him and would want him (funny story....after always talking about how much he hated the 49ers and having twitter wars with Vernon Davis....after the final game of the season he COMPLIMENTED to 49ers and their fans via Twitter. Sounds like someone sees the end of the road in Arizona...lol).

    I'm just sayin' it's comical to stake some moral high ground and be critical of Kaep when you got Sherman on your roster. Kaep gets fired up on the field. Guilty. He kisses his tattoo as an F-U to people who don't approve of his tattoos. Guilty. He was short with the media after getting crushed in Seattle. Guilty. (and oh BTW, that was also the week after a story came out about his biological mother wanting to reunite with him and just a couple weeks after the tattoo article...so he wasn't all that happy with those peeps).

    The conclusions you guys are coming to tho are ridiculous and show only that you WANT to hate anything red and gold. Thats all good...it's your right...especially in this forum...but you look foolish.


    No more foolish than most of the 9er fanze at webzone acting like dicks, calling for injuries to seahawk players, claiming that the Seahawks routinely cheat and get away with it, and that the seahawks have no class.

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  • Thinly veiled troll 49, I sleeps just fine. Sherman owns Kaepernick so far in their young careers, baited him into a beautiful interception in the back of the endzone. Maybe that is why Kaepernick gave such a kicked in the dick interview that night. I expect my cornerbacks to make plays on the field, and I expect my quarterbacks to act like they have seen an endzone once before in their lives.

    I wonder, what would Kaepernick kiss after a touchdown if he was a bit more flexible?

    But good for you, you made the trip over to defend the honor of your scripture kissing teletubby voiced quarterback. Now you can crawl back to that cesspool you call 49erwebzone and report back to your homies that you have fought the good fight.
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  • Scottemojo wrote:Thinly veiled troll 49, I sleeps just fine. Sherman owns Kaepernick so far in their young careers, baited him into a beautiful interception in the back of the endzone. Maybe that is why Kaepernick gave such a kicked in the dick interview that night. I expect my cornerbacks to make plays on the field, and I expect my quarterbacks to act like they have seen an endzone once before in their lives.

    I wonder, what would Kaepernick kiss after a touchdown if he was a bit more flexible?

    But good for you, you made the trip over to defend the honor of your scripture kissing teletubby voiced quarterback. Now you can crawl back to that cesspool you call 49erwebzone and report back to your homies that you have fought the good fight.


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  • peachesenregalia wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:
    peachesenregalia wrote:You only think he's the biggest a-hole because he's not on your team. Sherman talks shit on the field to get inside his opponents head, and more often than not - it works. He backs up everything he says with his play, and gives credit where it's due. He owns any mistakes he makes and gives 100% on every down. Face it - the niners would love to have Sherman lining up for them.

    Darnell Dockett seems to be a complete scumbag in every way possible, a cheap-shotting bastard, but I'd be lying if i said i wouldn't love to have him on the Seahawks' D-line.

    Catch a grip.


    Of course I'd take Richard Sherman. When did I say otherwise? We had Deion Sanders for a season. I also agree on Dockett...both that I hate him and would want him (funny story....after always talking about how much he hated the 49ers and having twitter wars with Vernon Davis....after the final game of the season he COMPLIMENTED to 49ers and their fans via Twitter. Sounds like someone sees the end of the road in Arizona...lol).

    I'm just sayin' it's comical to stake some moral high ground and be critical of Kaep when you got Sherman on your roster. Kaep gets fired up on the field. Guilty. He kisses his tattoo as an F-U to people who don't approve of his tattoos. Guilty. He was short with the media after getting crushed in Seattle. Guilty. (and oh BTW, that was also the week after a story came out about his biological mother wanting to reunite with him and just a couple weeks after the tattoo article...so he wasn't all that happy with those peeps).

    The conclusions you guys are coming to tho are ridiculous and show only that you WANT to hate anything red and gold. Thats all good...it's your right...especially in this forum...but you look foolish.


    No more foolish than most of the 9er fanze at webzone acting like dicks, calling for injuries to seahawk players, claiming that the Seahawks routinely cheat and get away with it, and that the seahawks have no class.

    We're rivals. This is what a rivalry is.


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  • I love how people (including many of our OWN fans) ignore the fact that Sherman boisterously gives credit on the field after a great play against him. Including clapping his hands and pointing to his palm on a play where Kaepernick (I think? It might have been a different game) threw a great pass that was completed against Sherman.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:I love how people (including many of our OWN fans) ignore the fact that Sherman boisterously gives credit on the field after a great play against him. Including clapping his hands and pointing to his palm on a play where Kaepernick (I think? It might have been a different game) threw a great pass that was completed against Sherman.


    Right.

    The golf clap is him "boisterously giving credit". It's more like him being a condescending a-hole.
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  • Marvin49 wrote:Right.

    The golf clap is him "boisterously giving credit". It's more like him being a condescending a-hole.


    Please explain, in detail, how the aforementioned example is not him giving credit where he feels its due. I'm serious, I want to know. Also, it wasn't slow enough to be a golf clap.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:Right.

    The golf clap is him "boisterously giving credit". It's more like him being a condescending a-hole.


    Please explain, in detail, how the aforementioned example is not him giving credit where he feels its due. I'm serious, I want to know. Also, it wasn't slow enough to be a golf clap.


    Seriously? Wow.

    If you don't see how that's condescending, then we have nothing to talk about.
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  • Marvin49 wrote:
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    Marvin49 wrote:Right.

    The golf clap is him "boisterously giving credit". It's more like him being a condescending a-hole.


    Please explain, in detail, how the aforementioned example is not him giving credit where he feels its due. I'm serious, I want to know. Also, it wasn't slow enough to be a golf clap.


    Seriously? Wow.

    If you don't see how that's condescending, then we have nothing to talk about.


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  • Marvin49 wrote:Seriously? Wow.

    If you don't see how that's condescending, then we have nothing to talk about.


    You're just hating on Sherman because he's got a big mouth; which means he can't possibly be capable of giving anybody any credit, right?

    You're right, we do have nothing to talk about; but that isn't as much on me as you might be thinking.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Marvin49 wrote:Seriously? Wow.

    If you don't see how that's condescending, then we have nothing to talk about.


    You're just hating on Sherman because he's got a big mouth; which means he can't possibly be capable of giving anybody any credit, right?

    You're right, we do have nothing to talk about; but that isn't as much on me as you might be thinking.


    LOL.

    You see Sherman as "giving boistrous credit" and Kaepernick as a "punchable douche Cutler level"...

    ...and somehow I'm the one who's deluded.

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  • Marvin49 wrote:LOL.

    You see Sherman as "giving boistrous credit" and Kaepernick as a "punchable douche Cutler level"...

    ...and somehow I'm the one who's deluded.

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    If I Adobe Premiere'd Sherman in that video clip of him giving credit to look like one of the 49ers CBs and put him in 49ers colors, you'd be all over it.
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  • Well this thread sure got stupid.
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