That's perhaps the dumbest stat I've ever seen in my entire life.
Womp - Sherman is fast becoming my favorite athlete. He's such a fucking troll and has the skills to back up all of his antics. His reaction to the face shove last night was absolutely classic. God I love that shit-eating grin he's always wearing. I really don't care if everyone else hates him in the league. He's intimidating as fuck and truly loves playing for Seattle.
Man I got pretty fucking choked up watching Ray walk on to the field for the final snap. When the Browns moved to Baltimore, I got into football for the first time of my life. Ray Lewis has been a household name with the Dr. Garbanzoinski's for the majority of my life and knowing that won't be the case after this season is a bittersweet pill to swallow. The amount of love the city of Baltimore has for him is just incredible.
Now let's hope the Seahawks can get their shit together. BRING ON PEYTON AND THE DENVER FOREHEADS.
Hey, remember when Ray Lewis killed two men, lied to police then turned on his friends so he wouldn't have to go to jail and paid a ridiculous settlement to the victims families?
Fuck Ray Lewis.
And then remember how the two other people had their charges dropped because it couldn't have possibly been a witchhunt against a famous person? Regardless, this is an argument which has been argued many times and I have no real interest in going through the motions of it.
This guy gave me a reason to get into football which has never stopped being my favorite sport since we drafted him and he was a legendary player 5 years ago let alone now.
I agree with you Pea, Sherman is the man. I am still on the fence about his attitude though. Seattle has always been known for having classy players, but then again, classy players never won a Super Bowl for them so what the hell. I love having physical CBs though, that is something I have been complaining about for years. Plus Earl Thomas is an amazing safety. I am looking forward to an NFC Championship game in Green Bay so we can put an end to all of the "simultaneous possession" talk.