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    where was all this ranting when Justin Tuck talked about punching his teammates in the mouth?

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    Digging up this video does more to undermine the tag about Sherman being a thug/punk than confirm it. Sherman didn't hit anybody last night or in that Skins' game. If Sherman had swung on Crabtree or anybody else last night the way Williams did to him then the punk/thug label would apply.

    Sherman shoots his mouth off and he knows the inherent risks that come with that, especially if you get up in another player's face. If Sherman truly were a punk he would have stopped jumping up in people's faces after taking that hit, but it's been the exact opposite. He still keeps doing it. Now, was Sherman classless with what he did last night. Probably yes. Does he deserve to have people acting like he just robbed a bank or smacked a small child? No.

    It's funny how NHL players get into brawls almost every night and there isn't this same national outrage as Sherman shooting his mouth off after a game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyArcher View Post
    Saw this today. He backed away like the little punk that he is.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wl4ViIwy7KA
    Actually, he got punched in the face by a guy that outweighed him by 100 pounds and it didn't affect him. Richard Sherman laughed in his face.

    Trent Richardson really showed his *** when he went over there and threw the punch at him. It was a classless move that is representative of Washington Redskins organization as well as their lowlife fan base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by primetime View Post
    It's clear you despise Sherman, and to prove your point you dig up this old video?
    First, pretty classless that a player has to punch another player after the game. Oh, and funny Trent Williams does it all the while he's wearing his helmet.
    And I wouldn't call Sherman backing away, he gets punched and instead of acting like an animal he puts his hands up. If he would have stoop to Williams level it would have been a brawl and he may have gotten injured and even suspended or fined. What does that prove to your teammates?
    +A Lot. Can't stand the forty-whiners. Glad they lost. Who would want Jim Crybaby winning a bowl in our house?
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    San Francisco 49ers are second most despised team with Philadelphia Eagles being number one. I am thrilled they lost and I am really looking forward to Seattle Seahawks putting a beating on Denver Broncos.

    Where was all the animosity on this board when JPP was saying "there will be blood spilled all over that field?"
    Where was all the animosity when Colin kapernick was making fun of Cam Newton's "SuperMan" move?

    Folks are very selective and they actually lose sight of the facts. Richard Sherman was amped up for making a game saving play and then he get his face smushed by Mike Crabtree. Then, Erin Andrews decides to throw a mic in his face. Of course he is gonna be animated. She was hoping he would animated and make a controversial remark. Heck, Erin Andrews should be wary of video given her history with hotel rooms, lol...........

    Richard Sherman is actually a really smart, usually articulate nice young man. He is just very passionate and actually doesn't take mess from anyone. The guy does a lot for his community and you never hear of any criminal behavious off the field such as with David Megget and the rape he committed or Michael Boley committing child abuse.
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    Heck, Richard Sherman's diatribe helped increase interest in SuperBowl.

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    Wow, it seems most people are a big fan of Sherman and his clown act. A sad commentary. I am guessing most of his fans are younger and didn't get to see how guys used to play with class. To bad for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyArcher View Post
    Wow, it seems most people are a big fan of Sherman and his clown act. A sad commentary. I am guessing most of his fans are younger and didn't get to see how guys used to play with class. To bad for you.
    Do you mean the way that Lyle Alzado conducted himself?

    Perhaps the horrible cheap shot that Jack Tatum delivered in a preseason game that paralyzed Daryl Stingly?

    Should athletes conduct themselves like Terry O'Reilly when he jumped in the stands at MSG and attacked fans?

    We can go back to 70s and have athletes act like Ille Nastase and then later on, John McEnroe?

    There have always been "classless" people as well as criminals throughout professional sports. Was the comment by Richard Sherman in bad taste? Yes it was but it really isn't that big of a deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffyBlueII View Post
    Do you mean the way that Lyle Alzado conducted himself?

    Perhaps the horrible cheap shot that Jack Tatum delivered in a preseason game that paralyzed Daryl Stingly?

    Should athletes conduct themselves like Terry O'Reilly when he jumped in the stands at MSG and attacked fans?

    We can go back to 70s and have athletes act like Ille Nastase and then later on, John McEnroe?

    There have always been "classless" people as well as criminals throughout professional sports. Was the comment by Richard Sherman in bad taste? Yes it was but it really isn't that big of a deal.
    Excellent point McEnroe acted way worse then Sherman in the 70's but he's just passionate.

    There are so many double standards in this country.

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    Richard Sherman is awesome.

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