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I saw him give the thumbs up after his excessive celebration call, then proceed to stand on the bench and hype the crowd while the referee was over the loudspeaker. Without a lead like the one we had, I would have been pissed. Considering the lead, however, I couldn't help but smile.

Love this guy

Edit: Had to post a link because the picture was HUGE when embedded.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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I love Richard Shermans attitude. Its about time this team had a trash talking, loudmouth, borderline unsportmanlike, playmaker who backs up everything he does.


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Sherman is a fantastic football player and an equal showman. I am glad that he is a Seahawk.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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Hey, he's Optimus Prime.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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lol can someone resize that Sherman and Rice gif so I can put that as my avy?

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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Did anyone else notice Sherman and Moffit on the sideline trying to do the same dance the cheerleaders were doing? That was all kinds of hilarious.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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That was pretty funny.

Although Moffit needs to quit dancing and start blocking. He got blown up several times last game.


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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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I'll say it again:

There was nothing wrong with Sherman's celebration.

He was not flagged for it, and it was totally OK for him to do it.

The flag was SOLELY because of Kam coming over and making it a group celebration.

Sherman can celebrate all he wants after he makes a play as long as he isn't using a prop, another player, or taunting the opponent.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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HawkFan72 wrote:
I'll say it again:

There was nothing wrong with Sherman's celebration.

He was not flagged for it, and it was totally OK for him to do it.

The flag was SOLELY because of Kam coming over and making it a group celebration.

Sherman can celebrate all he wants after he makes a play as long as he isn't using a prop, another player, or taunting the opponent.


I'm perfectly fine with it, 'specially against this Cardinals team who talk a lot of mess for being a crappy franchise, I'm glad we ran up the score too!!!

No quarter for the team that was dirty enough to celebrate Dockett burying his elbow into Hasselbecks throat in 09.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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Sherm is awesome you have to love everything about this guy if you dont then you are probably just a miserable bastard.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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ParisPC07 wrote:
http://i.imgur.com/rnVJR.jpg

I saw him give the thumbs up after his excessive celebration call, then proceed to stand on the bench and hype the crowd while the referee was over the loudspeaker. Without a lead like the one we had, I would have been pissed. Considering the lead, however, I couldn't help but smile.

Love this guy

Edit: Had to post a link because the picture was HUGE when embedded.


had that been a close game, it would have never happened... he may have celebrated and Kam may have joined him and got the penalty, but he would have never given the thumbs up.. he knew it was over, penalties were irrelevant at that point...

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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What was he actually flagged for doing? Couldn't tell and they didn't show a replay of it

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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Sherm is awesome you have to love everything about this guy if you dont then you are probably just a miserable bastard.


unfortunately a lot of NFL fans have been brainwashed by Goodell these last few years, and think these kind of things are actually bad

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I think these calls for excessive celebration and taunting need thrown out, lets see if they can be real men and not let their feelings get hurt. Pansies make those sort of rules. Only make those calls if it takes too long.


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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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VHawk wrote:
Sherm is awesome you have to love everything about this guy if you dont then you are probably just a miserable bastard.


Everything?

So if he's suspended for four games hurting our team, you're OK with that?................and I guarantee if you if Sherman played on the 49'ers, this forum would be littered with "Sherman's a trash talking punk" posts.

Amazing how rose colored glasses affect our sports team vision.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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VHawk wrote:
Sherm is awesome you have to love everything about this guy if you dont then you are probably just a miserable bastard.


unfortunately a lot of NFL fans have been brainwashed by Goodell these last few years, and think these kind of things are actually bad


I never thought I'd see this happen, but this is actually getting truer by the passing game. I mean, football fans weren't the sharpest tools in the shed to begin with, but I can't believe that most NFL fans have no problem going along with what Goodell says. It's insane!

Makes me even more proud to be a part of the 12th Man. For the most part everyone's in agreement that Goodell is awful and is ruining the integrity of the game.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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Love Sherm and if he gets suspended 4 games than it is what it is doesn't mean i don't appreciate everything he does for this team.It is guys like Sherm that has made this team what it is a TEAM.It is your problem that you player hate people with confidence and charisma.Speak for yourself homie because you dont know me.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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HawkFan72 wrote:
I'll say it again:

There was nothing wrong with Sherman's celebration.

He was not flagged for it, and it was totally OK for him to do it.

The flag was SOLELY because of Kam coming over and making it a group celebration.

Sherman can celebrate all he wants after he makes a play as long as he isn't using a prop, another player, or taunting the opponent.



I thought the flag was for using the ball as a prop. Honestly when I saw it I thought he was fishing for the flag, which was hilarious to me.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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and I guarantee if you if Sherman played on the 49'ers, this forum would be littered with "Sherman's a trash talking punk" posts.

Amazing how rose colored glasses affect our sports team vision.


uh...lol...thats the point. Hes the type of player that you love to have on YOUR team, and fans of OTHER teams hate. You're damn right I'd hate Sherman if he was a 9er. But hes a Hawk, keep it going. He's "The Glove" of the NFL.


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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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AbsolutNET wrote:
What was he actually flagged for doing? Couldn't tell and they didn't show a replay of it


I forget what they called it (excessive celebration or something like that) but when I watched it on tv, they had the camera on both the official and Kam as he started dancing along with Sherman. As soon as Kam started his dance, the official tossed the flag.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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What was he actually flagged for doing? Couldn't tell and they didn't show a replay of it


After the 2nd interception, he took the football and started doing the "Grave Digger" (what he later told the reporters he calls it). Kam saw him doing it and joined in on the field of play, so the ref threw a flag for unsportsmanlike behavior. The ref seemed motivated by Kam's decision to join in but I am sure he could have flagged Sherman for taunting if he wanted to.

Just letting Absolute know what the penalty was, not judging in case anyone sees this as bashing Sherman. Just trying to provide an explanation of the call.

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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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Sherm is awesome you have to love everything about this guy if you dont then you are probably just a miserable bastard.

THIS!!
Every time someone mentions the Seahawks Defense, the first thought that flashes to my mind is Sherman, and the second? Browner.


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I think if the entire team and coaching staff wants to line up and do a line dance to celebrate a TD they should be able to. Let their personalities come out. I hate folks celebrating in my face, but the deal is, they have a right to because of their accomplishment.

Personally, I wouldn't rub it in, I doubt I would dance in the end zone and all that, but I could care less if other folks do. The "act like you've been there before" cliche is real nice, but it isn't for everybody. I guess when someone pulls of a nice dance, you could say that they are "acting like they expected to get there". I think Victor Cruz doing the "salsa" is pretty funny. Terrell Owens and the "Sharpie" was ingenious. Who cares it gives fans something to think about and it's all very creative.


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 Post subject: Re: Richard Sherman
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When was the last time we had a guy with a lot of moxy on our team that everyone else in the league hates?

He's livin' his dream and lovin' it!

Good on Sherm I dig what he brings to this team my brotha.

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VHawk wrote:
Sherm is awesome you have to love everything about this guy if you dont then you are probably just a miserable bastard.

THIS!!
Every time someone mentions the Seahawks Defense, the first thought that flashes to my mind is Sherman, and the second? Browner.


Number one and two CBs in the league, respectively. :thirishdrinkers:

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