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Old 01-14-2013, 08:46 PM  
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Richard Sherman might be the biggest douche in the NFL

What a childish douche.

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Old 01-26-2014, 11:34 AM   #796
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He looks like Sanka from Cool Runnings.
As coincidence would have it, that's Doug E Doug.
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Old 01-26-2014, 11:35 AM   #797
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Maher made the allegation that Liberals supported Richard Sherman and Joe Frazier, while Conservatives supported Manning and Ali.

Is this accurate?

If so, I'm effing Bernie Sanders.

Ali's baiting of Frazier and Manning's gaming of the ofeensive rule are two the things I've been angered by in sports.

I have an unhealthy hope that the Seahawks knock the Broncos teeth into their colon, and Richard Sherman is a big part of that. I wished, just once in my life, that Derrick Thomas or Tambi Hali had had the chance to do what he did.

Compton to Stanford to the SB, I will never hate on that story.
I couldn't see Hali doing that.
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Old 01-26-2014, 11:38 AM   #798
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I'll say again, I sure wish RS played on my team.... We sure could use his talent on the field and his emotion off the field. And MY team seems to lack an emotional and vocal leader. I'm sure some talk-it-up a bit, but not enough for my liking.

But RS is all-around awesome IMO.
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Old 01-26-2014, 11:44 AM   #799
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Hell no. I'm a libertarian and I'm rooting for Sherman.
Funny.
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Old 01-26-2014, 11:45 AM   #800
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I couldn't see Hali doing that.
Not 'that' but something with that impact. Performing at the top of his abilities when it matters most.

That Sherman play eclipsed David Tyree and Santonio Holmes, and it even wasn't in the SB, and it buries the **** out of Montana's 'The Catch.'

I half expect players to be able to literally levitate in a decade. Like hover around like they have jetpacks or those mascot dunk trampolnes.
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Old 01-26-2014, 11:48 AM   #801
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Does Richard Sherman look like Doug E Doug to anyone else?
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As coincidence would have it, that's Doug E Doug.
Effing hilarious.

The first observation starts mildy amusing, then gravedigger sends it into the stratosphere.
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Old 01-26-2014, 11:55 AM   #802
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Effing hilarious.

The first observation starts mildy amusing, then gravedigger sends it into the stratosphere.


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Old 01-26-2014, 12:16 PM   #804
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Maher made the allegation that Liberals supported Richard Sherman and Joe Frazier, while Conservatives supported Manning and Ali.

Is this accurate?

If so, I'm effing Bernie Sanders.

Ali's baiting of Frazier and Manning's gaming of the ofeensive rule are two the things I've been angered by in sports.

I have an unhealthy hope that the Seahawks knock the Broncos teeth into their colon, and Richard Sherman is a big part of that. I wished, just once in my life, that Derrick Thomas or Tambi Hali had had the chance to do what he did.

Compton to Stanford to the SB, I will never hate on that story.
Its my humble opinion that very little of what Maher says is correct.

And yes, I hope the Hawks hit so hard it makes Dick Butkus and Ronnie Lott wince and pray for the safety of the donks... I'm guessing atleast two donks get sent to the bench for good with little birdies and stars in their eyes.
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Old 01-26-2014, 12:53 PM   #805
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I'm not a fan of what Richard Sherman did.

But the sorest winner in football is Phillip Rivers. And Bellichick's squad is right up there. I don't think anyone has ever called Rivers a thug. And I don't remember his taunting creating even a fraction of the story the Sherman story has.
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Old 01-26-2014, 12:56 PM   #806
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I really don't care about his comments that, don't really like but words are just that words.

But, I asked myself would I want him on my team, **** yes I would in a heartbeat.
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I really don't care about his comments that, don't really like but words are just that words.

But, I asked myself would I want him on my team, **** yes I would in a heartbeat.
Over Lewis?

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Old 02-01-2014, 04:29 AM   #808
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On BS Report, Erin Andrews says she knew Sherman was going to be amped up. They had discussed Crabtree talking about him before the game, and her 'who's talking about you' was an attempt to segue into the play in question. She was very happy for Sherman in the moment and wanted to chest bump him, but the producer panicked and pulled the coverage. She's disappointed that the interview came across as it did.
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