Richard Sherman's response to not making the Pro-Bowl

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  • I think it's his way of letting us know that he's just going to play better. Scary thought for WRs and QBs.
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  • All he could say without seeming bitter.
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  • Forget which of the many Sherman articles it was in, but he said today that All-Pro was the one that mattered to him and he expected to be 1st team.
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    London, don't suppose you can dig up a link for that?
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  • As long as he uses it as ammo to play even harder (there's a scary thought), then it's all good. We need everyone focused and at there best when it matters the most
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  • He lost to some respectable competition, at least.
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:He lost to some respectable competition, at least.


    That's the only thing that made me not so pissed. Those guys played out of their minds this year, so you can't be TOO butthurt. But, Sherman is obviously the best CB in the league.
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  • -- Perhaps Sherman knows he won't be able to play in the probowl anyway, since he will have a commitment the following weekend.


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  • Love this twitter response to him winning.....

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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:He lost to some respectable competition, at least.

    Respectable, but inferior.
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  • I take his response as sarcastic.

    It's been said that sarcasm is the humor of the intelligent and the guy did go to Stanford.
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  • Hawks46 wrote:I take his response as sarcastic.

    It's been said that sarcasm is the humor of the intelligent and the guy did go to Stanford.


    thats wat i got from it, and how patrick peterson got picked over him is insulting
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  • He's being sarcastic even if the PR peeps probably told him he should be mindful of his comments.
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  • Aros wrote:He's being sarcastic even if the PR peeps probably told him he should be mindful of his comments.


    I think had he been mindful of his comments he would have been voted in. I think all his antics probably rubbed other organizations and players the wrong way.
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  • Tech Worlds wrote:
    Aros wrote:He's being sarcastic even if the PR peeps probably told him he should be mindful of his comments.


    I think had he been mindful of his comments he would have been voted in. I think all his antics probably rubbed other organizations and players the wrong way.



    Thats probably a lot of it but I would have to add that the mere threat of the suspension did him in.
    No one would admit it but theyre probably thinking it. Well I dont think he'll be taking his foot off the gas any time soon because of this and thats a good thing.
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  • Sherman's "antics" had nothing to do with it. The mere CLOUD of the LEAKED suspension had everything to do with it.
    Sherman's "antics" if anything helped him and got people to pay attention to his actual PLAY. "U mad, bro?" was *CLASSIC*. Brady even cooperated with his scowl for the photo, and especially by throwing a pick to Sherman that became the difference in the NE game. @Optimus_Prime would have been way more fun with a W in Detroit.

    As someone pointed out on another thread, we acted nice and proper and correct around here, and we got JOBBED in Super Bowl XL. Let's not make that mistake a second time. If we're going to get jobbed in the playoffs, let's at least do it with attitude and sass. Winning with attitude would work for me too.
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  • Only going to make him stay HUNGRY!
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  • Super Bowl MVP would be his revenge :th2thumbs:
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  • it's the pro bowl - who cares? i haven't watched that stupid NFL game in years - really, what's the point?
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  • It's laughable that Patrick Peterson got in before Sherman. A definite review of the lingering 'suspension' rather than performance.
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  • My guess is that given Sherman's visibility right now, his comments toward preferring the "All Pro" nomination may actually start a popular swing toward respecting that particular accolade more than the Pro bowl.
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  • MontanaHawk05 wrote:My guess is that given Sherman's visibility right now, his comments toward preferring the "All Pro" nomination may actually start a popular swing toward respecting that particular accolade more than the Pro bowl.


    Wait, I've been respecting All Pro nominations more than Pro Bowl nominations for as far back as I can remember. Does the media think Pro Bowl is better? Seriously? If not them, then who?
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  • People have respect for the pro bowl?
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  • MrCarey wrote:People have respect for the pro bowl?


    No. They want their favorite players to be selected to it, but then they don't actually care about watching it or anything.

    (I include myself in "they.")
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