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Anyone have a link to Sherman's post game interview? Those of us on the eastern side of the state were listening to a weather warning during most of the game.


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even here in washington we were getting it. I really would love to know what he said in depth.

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Only watched the end of it but apparently he said he tried to wish Harbaugh a good game and then Harbaugh walked away or something like that.

But Harbaugh said he thanked him in his PC and only noticed it was actually Sherm when he was already walking away.

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I saw the video of Sherman patting Harbaugh on the butt. Harbaugh's version of what happened is correct. Sherman turned around right away and started running before Harbaugh could respond. Sherman said "sportsmanship doesn't go two ways" with Harbaugh but that was BS is my opinion. I love Sherman on the field but his off field antics are frankly obnoxious. It's more than hard for me to side with a douche bag like Harbaugh but he was right on this one.


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His presser is on seahawks.com live atm...such an awesome awesome troll lol.

http://www.seahawks.com/videos-photos/live.html

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I love Sherman. Talk talk talk. Love it.

After all the crap Hairball talks and how much he whines, he deserves everything he gets.

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I saw the video of Sherman patting Harbaugh on the butt. Harbaugh's version of what happened is correct. Sherman turned around right away and started running before Harbaugh could respond. Sherman said "sportsmanship doesn't go two ways" with Harbaugh but that was BS is my opinion. I love Sherman on the field but his off field antics are frankly obnoxious. It's more than hard for me to side with a douche bag like Harbaugh but he was right on this one.



ive been a critic of sherm at times but i cant help but like the guy. idk what interview you're referring to but i watched the one thats linked and sherman wasnt running his mouth about anything...


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Anyone have a link to Sherman's post game interview? Those of us on the eastern side of the state were listening to a weather warning during most of the game.


It was nice of them to allow several minutes of football every now and then before going back to the regularly scheduled program of the weather warning.

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Link from Seahawks.com

Really interesting interview. Love this dude.

Also, Russell Wilson is awesome. Always closes with "go Hawks." Love it.

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I love Sherman so much. Even more after that interview.


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"We're on a different level". Love it.

I think it's likely Sherman did set Harbaugh up for the unsportsmanlike thing. He really didn't give Harbaugh much chance to return his aloha. Who cares?

It's well documented Harbaugh lied in recruiting Sherman. Sherm despises the guy and tonight he hit him with another shot (the last being "Happy birthday, coach"). Well played.

Walk a mile in Sherman's shoes before judging him for this. You have no way of knowing the nuances or dynamics of that relationship.


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Richard Sherman mentioned so many of his teammates by name as playing a key role tonight. The man is brash, but when he taps that "I'M IN" sign every day, he means it.

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Alright, I Do love Richard Sherman, And I love the way he plays the game- I love his spirit and his aggression- But what ever happened to Good Sportsmanship ?? You know- like Having some respect for your opponents and the media.. What ever happened to saying something nice about people- Even your opponents..I would much rather have the national media talking about Sherman for his great playing (which they are) and not just pointing out what a big loudmouth he is..I really admire Richard but I truly believe he needs to back it down a notch with the press and move his maturity level up to the high level of his play on the field.. Frankly some of his comments and statements just aren't cool- You know, act like you've been there- :les:


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Really? Did you listen to the Niners interviews? Pretty much nothing good about the Seahawks. Wilson and Sherm both made some compliments about the Niners


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Alright, I Do love Richard Sherman, And I love the way he plays the game- I love his spirit and his aggression- But what ever happened to Good Sportsmanship ?? You know- like Having some respect for your opponents and the media.. What ever happened to saying something nice about people- Even your opponents..I would much rather have the national media talking about Sherman for his great playing (which they are) and not just pointing out what a big loudmouth he is..I really admire Richard but I truly believe he needs to back it down a notch with the press and move his maturity level up to the high level of his play on the field.. Frankly some of his comments and statements just aren't cool- You know, act like you've been there- :les:


No disrespect, but deeper research would clue you in to the fact that Harbaugh is loathed by everyone. I used to share your current stance on Sherman. Now I better understand his genius. He knows what he's doing and Pete's letting him do it. That alone should tell you something.


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Alright, I Do love Richard Sherman, And I love the way he plays the game- I love his spirit and his aggression- But what ever happened to Good Sportsmanship ?? You know- like Having some respect for your opponents and the media.. What ever happened to saying something nice about people- Even your opponents..I would much rather have the national media talking about Sherman for his great playing (which they are) and not just pointing out what a big loudmouth he is..I really admire Richard but I truly believe he needs to back it down a notch with the press and move his maturity level up to the high level of his play on the field.. Frankly some of his comments and statements just aren't cool- You know, act like you've been there- :les:


Sherman said Kaepernick "is a great quarterback" he said "he's going to make plays". He also said Kaep desrved all the accolades and that he proved himself by taking his team to the Super Bowl. Sherm gave his opponent substantial props.

He also said the Seahawks defense did not expect any "Kaepernicking", that they had a gameplan and they executed it "to a T". Sherman is well-spoken and thoughtful. I'm starting to see that many of the complaints about his "poor sportsmanship" are more about a discomfort with his style: the knowing looks, the insinuated nods, the back-handed smile, the wagging finger, etc.

Look, the guy will NEVER be Russell Wilson. We have Russell Wilson to be Russell Wilson. Richard Sherman will not change, he will not back down, he will not ease off, and he will not stop ever until you are dead. OK, that last one was the Terminator, but listen closely and you'll hear respect from Richard Sherman. You just might have to hear it through the vernacular and posture of a supremely confident and utterly competitive young man.

I've said it many times, but I never was – and am not – anything like Sherman, as far as smack talk and swagger go. I never talked on the field or court. But I respect the aspect of "team" that requires a fluid comfort zone. I liked playing alongside guys that I didn't necessarily hang out with in my free time. I liked the process of getting to know them in a workman-like way. I like that Sherm can be who he is and provide his unique role while representing the knowledgeable, tough, and confident Seahawks. It's a new era. If Pete can let all these guys be themselves and encourage them to be the best individuals they can be, and get them all to work together like they did Sunday night, I say bring it. Bring the whole package.

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if you play a game like sherman just did. you can say whatever you want.
some of it is so whacky though. can see why you either love him or hate him.


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Sherman was shouting to Harbaugh while running up trying to say "good game" and when Harbaugh was not listening (read: busy in his mind running off not congratulating people), he patted him in the butt and ran off so he didn't have to blatantly repeat himself to that whiner face to face (I wouldn't want to either). At least that's what I took from it.

The comment about "ignorant idiots" is true. He's a truthbringer and that's who he is, no need to bring y'all's view of things to him because he sees things differently. Maybe his bluntness comes off as ticky tack but who cares, that's his problem not ours imo, gotta support our brother thick and thin.


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Walk a mile in Sherman's shoes before judging him for this. You have no way of knowing the nuances or dynamics of that relationship.


The commentators mentioned that one of the reasons Sherman fell to the 5th round is because Harbaugh gave negative feedback to scouts - there's definitely some animosity from both sides in that relationship


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ok.....I have a serious Man crush for Sherm! I love this dude, smart, talented, the best at what he does and knows it....He is out to show everyone that he is the best and what more could you want for a player on our team.....


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Anyone who could not tell that his post game comments were aimed at people like or even directly at Skip Bayless is an ignorant idiot.

Personally, I would like to thank Skip for doing what he does, our team seems to thrive on a lack of belief.

And, if you didn't like Sherman's out front style, go watch Papaki's presser. "It wasn't anything they did, we just didn't make plays". Uh, what?

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Alright, I Do love Richard Sherman, And I love the way he plays the game- I love his spirit and his aggression- But what ever happened to Good Sportsmanship ?? You know- like Having some respect for your opponents and the media.. What ever happened to saying something nice about people- Even your opponents..I would much rather have the national media talking about Sherman for his great playing (which they are) and not just pointing out what a big loudmouth he is..I really admire Richard but I truly believe he needs to back it down a notch with the press and move his maturity level up to the high level of his play on the field.. Frankly some of his comments and statements just aren't cool- You know, act like you've been there- :les:


His post game comments last night struck me as a guy whose mouth has been pent up for 6months and his coaches gave him the okay to let loose after the game. It was 6 months of stored up smack and bitterness and humor all rolled into a half hour of solid sound bites.

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Walk a mile in Sherman's shoes before judging him for this. You have no way of knowing the nuances or dynamics of that relationship.


The commentators mentioned that one of the reasons Sherman fell to the 5th round is because Harbaugh gave negative feedback to scouts - there's definitely some animosity from both sides in that relationship


Keep I mind Al's that one of the reason Sherm switched to defense in the first place was to get as far away from Harbag's influence as possible.

Hate runs deep between these two men.

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I saw the video of Sherman patting Harbaugh on the butt. Harbaugh's version of what happened is correct. Sherman turned around right away and started running before Harbaugh could respond. Sherman said "sportsmanship doesn't go two ways" with Harbaugh but that was BS is my opinion. I love Sherman on the field but his off field antics are frankly obnoxious. It's more than hard for me to side with a douche bag like Harbaugh but he was right on this one.


Yeah, I saw that too. I usually don't have a problem with Sherm talking some trash and having some fun with it, but if he was saying "sportmanship doesn't go two ways" based on him running up and hitting Harbaugh on the back and running away before he even turns around, then that's a little weird and just trying to force drama with the media. He's got enought to say that he doesn't need to force it.


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Walk a mile in Sherman's shoes before judging him for this. You have no way of knowing the nuances or dynamics of that relationship.


The commentators mentioned that one of the reasons Sherman fell to the 5th round is because Harbaugh gave negative feedback to scouts - there's definitely some animosity from both sides in that relationship


I had heard that with Baldwin but I had never heard that about Sherman.


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"Russell came out of the shower, and he looked like a BAAAAAAD MAN." Press conference quote of the season. Lol.

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I saw the video of Sherman patting Harbaugh on the butt. Harbaugh's version of what happened is correct. Sherman turned around right away and started running before Harbaugh could respond. Sherman said "sportsmanship doesn't go two ways" with Harbaugh but that was BS is my opinion. I love Sherman on the field but his off field antics are frankly obnoxious. It's more than hard for me to side with a douche bag like Harbaugh but he was right on this one.


Yeah, I saw that too. I usually don't have a problem with Sherm talking some trash and having some fun with it, but if he was saying "sportmanship doesn't go two ways" based on him running up and hitting Harbaugh on the back and running away before he even turns around, then that's a little weird and just trying to force drama with the media. He's got enought to say that he doesn't need to force it.


I though that for a moment too. But what we need to realize is that Sherman caught Jim just before he was off the field. It seems that maybe Sherman was trying to say "good game" for a while, but Jim shook Pete's hand and made a beeline for the locker room. So Sherman's comment about sportsmanship being one-sided in this case has more to do with what was happening before that tap on the behind. (Personally, if my team just got humiliated on national primetime TV in the loudest stadium on Earth, I would probably hustle off the field myself.)

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