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63 Comments for In case you missed it…



  1. Mc
    8:35 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    If Jacob Tamme, Wesley Woodyard and Danny Trevathan didnt give you a good reason to cheer for the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl, then this idiot above does. Go Broncos!!!



  2. Ben
    8:42 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Go Bronco’s! KY connection in Super Bowl! Does anyone know what LOB means in reference to Sherman? Who would pay 1200 to 2400 for tickets to Super Bowl to sit out in the cold? My son and I paid 2400 for two ticket for Super Bowl in Indy a few years ago! Well worth the money spent!



    • Patrick
      8:51 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Legion of Boom, their defense nickname.



  3. Message from the Ghetto....
    8:44 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    bring your ass back home and keep your mouth shut….even the Ghetto knows that was classless and un-professional….idiot



  4. Shawon
    8:46 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Ironically, as soon as that Seahawks/49ers game ended and they showed Pete Carroll walking out on the field searching for his buddy Harbaugh, I changed the channel and went to another room of the house thinking game’s over, what happens next is irrelevant and I’m not going to watch.



  5. MikeMan
    8:52 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    #TeamNF



  6. dz4uk
    9:01 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Was it not the cliche nice BS we normally get?-Yes, BUT….He had just made the play of lifetime and was showing passion. If a UK player had a slam to win a game that would send them to the championship game, we would forgive A LOT of passion. Just sayin’



    • James
      9:29 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Completely agree.



    • bluebloodtoo
      11:06 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Totally agree. You do a candid interview after a high stakes football game in which the player just just minutes before made the game saving play with a player who is known to be emotional. He also attempted to be cordial and tell Crabtree good game, but was rebuffed by Crabtree. Please tell me you aren’t surprised at the response you received Ms Andrews.



  7. Moe Morris
    9:03 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Harlem Heat Booker T… Yep nailed it! Or Busta Rhymes but I am sure I am not the first to notice that.



  8. me
    9:05 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    …typical



  9. Jorge
    9:13 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Is the Obama phone woman his mother?



  10. Duuuuuude
    9:13 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Rooting for Broncos.

    On the other hand, I really don’t have a problem with Sherman. This is a mans sport, the guy just made the play of a lifetime against a receiver who had trash talked him. He did not use any swear words. He was drafted like in the 7th round out of college, so I suspect he feels like he had a lot to prove.

    They can’t all be Tebow, nor should they be.



    • Rixter
      9:24 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Then you conduct your business properly in front of the nation. You explain that Mr Crabtree was talking smack about you before the game, but your play seems to have silenced the young man.



  11. Rixter
    9:21 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    A grown man, showcasing his complete lack of maturity on national tv. Nice.



  12. Big Dave
    9:22 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Some Seahawk fans are acting like they’re unstoppable and have already won the SuperBowl. What they don’t seem to understand is that the game isn’t going to be played at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. The “best” secondary and “best” corner in the league Sherman isn’t going to be that big of a factor when one of the greatest QBs of all time has about six receivers that he can usually depend on. I believe the game is going to come down to if Denver’s O-line can stop Manning from being pressured by Seattle and being able to limit big plays from Marshawn Lynch. I’m not saying Seattle can’t win, but I’m looking forward to Sherman being shown some humility and coming back down to Earth.



    • Rixter
      9:26 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      I said to myself before this game ended, Denver will destroy either of these teams. Seattle’s QB is worse than horrible.. If not for some terrible throws by Kaepernick, Seattle’s defense would have lost this game for them.



    • Bubba
      9:32 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      I’m looking forward to seeing Manning finally playing a very good defense. Yes Russell Wilson looked bad but the 49er defense is nipping at the heels of Seattle for best defense in the NFL. Peyton hasn’t had to face a team with this good of a defense all year.



    • Notsofast
      12:54 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Denver played Kansas City twice. KC, like Seattle, placed 3 defenders on the all-pro team. On the other hand Denver has 4 all-pro offensive players counting the kicker. Seattle never faced an offense like that all year.



  13. James
    9:28 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Did you guys know that Sherman is a Stanford grad? He isn’t an idiot. He’s a football player that got caught up in the moment after beating his most hated rival in the NFC title game. He screwed up, move on. He isn’t stupid, or ghetto, or trash. The racism that is out there is mind-boggling.



    • Paducah b-dub
      9:35 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      infer much? maybe the racism charge from you is projection……

    • I am sure that Stanford grads are happy with the classy way he represented them.



    • Logic
      10:51 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Ironically, only you and JoeMoney333 have mentioned race in this thread.



    • James
      12:38 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

      I’m not being racist, I’m just being real. Would Peyton Manning or Tom Brady be labled as “ghetto” or “thugs” if they had done the same thing? No, because they are white. Get your head out of the sand, there are still racists and people like you sweeping it under the rug while making inane passive/agressive comments are just as bad as those making the racist remarks.



    • Ukfan
      1:45 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Why is it when a black person makes a controversial comment, someone has to mention racism? Talk about being a DA.



    • Ukfan
      1:48 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

      James,

      Have you known Peyton Manning or Tom Brady to act like that….ever? I don’t blame him for being emotional, but sounds to me like you have an issue with your skin color. Wanna talk about it?



    • the realest
      3:07 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

      I’m with you James…this thread and white people are out of control with this racist comments.Ever since obama became president whites are losing their minds. yes Kentucky went repub,so that tells you that



    • FedUp
      8:00 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Why should the expectations of a Stanford grad be lower just because he is black?



  14. Real talk
    9:30 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    And the irony is he has a masters degree from stanford



    • Scottie
      9:45 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Isn’t his degree in communications too? What an idiot…



  15. Shooter
    9:32 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    I think Harbaugh trashed him during the draft when he came out of Stanford , bet that is what he was so emotional about not Crabtree.



  16. Paducah b-dub
    9:33 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    That looked like some ‘roid-rage! I hope they do some testing.
    Also, the Seattle players get their classy example from their ‘classy’ coach- the d-bag Pete Carroll.



  17. RealCatsFan
    9:36 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    When I saw this tirade on the news last night, I was SMH that an someone like this is making millions of dollars per year while many of our firefighters, police, and service personnel are putting their lives on the line for peanuts, relatively speaking. The two posts above make it sound like this guy is actually pretty intelligent, but his actions contradict that. Maybe the media should just give him some time to collect himself and calm down a little first before sticking a microphone in his face. Oh well.



  18. Mean Randy
    9:38 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Just another punk hopped up on steroids.



  19. Eldog
    9:45 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Sherman must be from Little Rock, Arkansas.



  20. huh
    9:45 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    So, you guys are saying Stanford (much like UNC) just hands out degrees to athletes?



  21. JoeMoney333
    9:54 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Yes. Stereotypical UK fans making stereotypical racist comments! If anyone would have called a UK player a “Thug”, or “Ghetto” everyone would be up in arms. Ahhh Hypocrisy!



    • They are everywhere
      10:00 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      You are as big a dumbass as the loudmouth in the video.



    • Logic
      10:53 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Ironically, only you and James have mentioned race in this thread – with both of you levying unsubstantiated claims of racism.

      “Thugs” in the “ghetto” can very well be of any race….you bigot



  22. bluegrass79
    9:55 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    I think the NFL should suspend this guy for superbowl. He acted like a thug ass gang member in that interview. That m,ade the NFL look really bad to a casual fan. Millions of people seen that right after the game. BIG MISTAKE



  23. They are everywhere
    9:56 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    This just proves that Stanford hands out degrees to dumbass punks too.



  24. Matt
    10:13 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    He just made himself look like an idiot and as Crabtree pointed out one deflected pass and a few tackles in a game doesn’t make you the best. You can tell this guy is full of himself and isn’t the best because the best would handle themselves like true professionals.



  25. dshwildcats
    10:26 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    I fully understand the emotion from Sherman, as he had just made a “game saving” play to allow his team to advance to the Super Bowl. And, part of the problem was FOX sticking a microphone in front of him just seconds after the game had ended. That being said, I’m still “old school” in my way of thinking when it comes to sports. The old adage “act like you’ve been there before” will always apply as far as I’m concerned.

    As far as being a Stanford graduate, does that automatically mean he has class, as well as intelligence? I know plenty of intelligent people who are absolute jacka**es!

    Poetic justice would be far a Denver WR to catch the “game winning” pass on this guy in the Super Bowl. Speaking of which, good luck to our Kentucky kids–Woodyard, Tamme and Trevathan!! And good luck to Manning, as he tries to win another Super Bowl ring. While trying to teach my sons how to be gracious winners, I can point to Peyton’s example. When I’m trying to show them what not to do, I’ll just replay the Sherman video from last night.



  26. Bringith
    10:28 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    I disagree with most of these comments. I want more of these types of interviews. I mean, I have watched it over and over and over and am equally entertained! I love it. These guys are absolutely crazy. I think it’s hilarious that a grown man got his feelings hurt by what one of his competitors said and it drove him to act like this. He just needs a manager like Paul Bearer or Jimmy Hart to accompany him. I mean, give him a turnbuckle to take a bite out of.



  27. Bill
    10:28 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Steroid rage? Maybe he just couldn’t take being ignored. What did you say his name was?



    • Jeremiah Poindexter
      10:35 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      If you think this was roid rage.. Kudos to you sir for having never known anyone on steroids.
      Had it actually been real roid rage.. He would have karate kicked the camera, head butted Erin Andrews and crushed the camera man’s rib cage with his di#k



    • steroid expert
      11:03 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Dude, I was with you until your last sentence. Everyone knows that steroids makes a man’s balls and his di#k shrivel to nothing.



  28. Haters gonna hate
    10:32 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    So he sounded immature and unprofessional. He’s a professional football player, why are yall shocked? Why do you expect men who get paid to physically bash each other for a living to act like civilized creatures? Congrats Mr. Sherman on doing your job well. Haters gonna hate.



  29. Cat89
    10:36 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    While I do not want more of these types of interviews, I do agree with Bringith that it reminded me of the WWE, WWF or whatever their calling it now. The NFL hasn’t fallen so far that it is now on that level…..has it? I thought Erin’s facial expression when he started his rant was very telling of her feelings about instantly regretting have been told to talk to that guy.



  30. Anyone else notice
    10:43 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    the only difference between Sherman and Louisville fans is he has some right to brag about how great he is. Doesn’t mean he needs to though, show it on the field. A smart man once told me “some people never stop talking about how great they are because they’re afraid you won’t notice otherwise.

    Sherman has a big mouth, but he backs it up more often than not. That said, I’m hoping Denver’s receivers shut it for him.



  31. dshwildcats
    10:59 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Anyone else notice,

    That advice from a friend/acquaintance is priceless, brother!



  32. Beatle Bum
    11:06 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    His video interview where he breaks down film is incredible. I am not a Hawks fan, but his post game interview is not enough to dissuade me from being a Sherman fan. Would love for the Cats DBs to learn from him.



  33. Beatle Bum
    11:09 am January 20, 2014 Permalink


  34. Jim
    11:12 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Anyone remember earlier this season when he tweeted that pic on Twitter of him standing beside Tom Brady with the caption, “You Mad Bro?” after they beat the patriots. He said the reason he done it was because Brady was talking trash the whole game and they were losing to the Patriots and Brady said come see me after this win. Well the Patriots didn’t win and Sherman came and seen him after the game like Brady asked him too. It was pretty funny.



  35. Blake
    11:13 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Are we afraid Sherman is going to hurt someone’s feelings? Crabtree got a shot to win the Super Bowl last year… I would have felt more sorry if it had been someone like Champ Bailey because he’s missed the Super Bowl in so many years.

    Who cares anyway, it’s entertaining and it’s part of football.



  36. Jim
    11:15 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Also I remember when Skip Bayless interviewed him and they got into it and Skip Bayless asked him if he thought he was better than Darrell Revis and he said that didn’t matter and that he knew he was better at life than what Skip was.



  37. kyeric
    11:33 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    As someone who has listened to thousands and thousands of post game interviews, I for one am loving that this guy gave us something more than canned responses.

    Screw professionalism, I want something FUN to watch. That was fun.

    And for those of you that wanted him to be less ghetto/cray cray, here’s what he should have said:

    “It was a tough game and I want to thank Jesus Christ for giving me the opportunity to make that play. I also want to give a shout out to my Mom. I love you, Mom! Now, I gotta get back to the locker room and thank my teammates for playing the way they did. We did it, guys! Looking forward to seeing Bruno Mars halftime show!”



  38. MeanGene
    11:41 am January 20, 2014 Permalink

    I loved this. Reminded me of watching WCW when I was a kid. Gotta remembe that NFL is no longer about sport, it is about entertainment. If you don’t realize that all the games are rigged, I’ve got some swamp land to sell you This was extremely entertaining.



  39. Ukfan
    1:51 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

    Was Tom Brady crying after the game? Made me smile.



  40. MichaelGray
    2:28 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

    I quit reading at some point on the comments but I think that this dude was emotional after a huge win that he essentially put the nail in the coffin on. He had beef with the guy he was covering and he was able to say that he won. I don’t mind this, hell I wish all the UK players had half the passion this guy does (not that they don’t have passion). I also don’t understand why UK fans love Peyton Manning so much, you know he went to Tennessee right? Go Hawks!



    • Ukfan
      4:12 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

      Maybe because Peyton has class and is a HOF quarterback? Geeez. UK is also represented on the Denver roster with Danny T, Wesley Woodyard, and Jacob Tamme.



  41. 12th man
    7:46 pm January 20, 2014 Permalink

    . Remember Cousins he was the biggest punk at kentucky …You all didn’t have problem with him….get over yourselves. Glass houses