Sherman sounded like a sophomore college student trying to debate an Ahole professor. Both just end up looking like tards, IMO skip took it easy on him because he doesn't want to get sucked into the player vs media cliche and is thinking about his job at ESPN. Sherman obviously can only think about himself and whatever word-of-the-day was on his calendar.
It's becoming clearer and clearer why we haven't touched certain players from Stanford in the draft... Give an idiot the idea he's smart and he'll never shut up about it. A communications degree from Stanford is the same as a communications degree anywhere else... the easiest way to graduate for an athlete with no actual educational motivation.
Originally posted by blunt_probe:
I still don't understand how this douche is a Stanford graduate. Dude has no brains.
Originally posted by 5280High:
A communications degree from Stanford is the same as a communications degree anywhere else... the easiest way to graduate for an athlete with no actual educational motivation.
It's pretty obvious why Harbaugh didn't like the guy and purposefully buried Sherman on the depth chart at WR (supposedly). Too bad he's a good player and he plays for my least favorite team in the NFL. He acts just like his douchebag coach Carroll.
Wow. What a fricking moron! Makes me ashamed for my alma mater that this douchebag also went there. Don't mess with the media - it's a no brainer. The NFL and its players are compensated the way they are because of the media apparatus behind it. Take that away or turn them against you, and it's game over. Good luck making Associated PRESS All Pro next year. Idiot.
I hope Sherman pats himself on the back very thoroughly and often this offseason out of admiration of how awesome he thinks he is, that way he will be caught with his pants down to about his ankles when Kaepernick makes a fool out of him because he forgot that you actually have to work hard to be good in the NFL, not just have a narcissistic disorder.
No more PEDs = rude awakening for Sherman in 2013.
[ Edited by KowboyKiller on Mar 7, 2013 at 6:56 PM ]
Being in a leadership role at work where we are constantly judged by numbers, I always preach confidence to my guys. That much I appreciate about Richard Sherman. However I also talk about humility and humbleness and those two characteristics completely evade Richard Sherman. He sounded like a small child on there. Who cares what one of a many analysts think about him. If he can't handle constructive criticism then maybe he shouldn't keep himself in the spotlight all the time.
He sounds like one of those guys that may not like somebody else but hates it when they don't like him.
Originally posted by tjd808185:
That was one weird segment. I'm a better corner than you are at your job. Okay.
harbaugh should've drafted sherman...his antics aside the dude can ball w/ the best of em
He can get away with holding/illegally contact/molesting receivers with the best of em
stop it, lets not be cry babies...they get physical within 5yds thats allowed
You're really calling me a cry baby? Within 5 yards? haha, do you watch any of their games? It's all the way down the field where ever the receivers go. Why do you think Sherman was mediocre in college? He suddenly turned into a superstar in the NFL? His change of direction is pretty bad... so how does he hang with quick receivers? hmmmm I wonder.... Go back and watch some of their defensive film if you really don't believe it.. It's pretty damn blatant.
Have a second look at those interceptions in particular. Our guys where held out of the way so Earl Thomas could make the play down field you should have gotten a good look at at least one of them since it happened twice in the same manner. Looked like they were boxing out for a rebound.
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