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post #1336 of 4980
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

Ugh. Hope Manning burns Sherman a few times two weeks from now.
I'm just in for Sherman pulling a Tracy Porter
post #1337 of 4980
Sherman is the world's biggest assdouche
post #1338 of 4980
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

Kaep. facepalm.gif

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post #1339 of 4980
sherman is the worlds biggest cunt. and a fucking roided out lying fool. time for peyton to cement his GOAT status on the back of the Seahawks secondary.
post #1340 of 4980
I hope a seahawks fan rises up. For the memory of TS, I will do it in the lead-up to the superbowl if someone else doesn't.

I used the Godzilla font in this post in the hope that, like the fabled creature of legend, TS will rise up from the sea and save Seattle from Mecha Manning and his Papa Johns pizza breath of doom.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/82564/tokyo-slim-will-share-something-new-with-you-every-day/375#post_6872645
post #1341 of 4980
I actually like Sherman for saying how he really feels instead of some cliche bs
post #1342 of 4980
I'll be a Broncos fan for the next 2 weeks. In closing, fuck the Seahawks and the refs (aka 12th man).
post #1343 of 4980
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Originally Posted by Wade View Post

I actually like Sherman for saying how he really feels instead of some cliche bs

The content of this post is a cliche bs.
post #1344 of 4980

Richard Sherman keeps it real and Crabtree woke up some of the Compton in him. Simple as that. I respect anyone who can make it out of Compton to Stanford. 

post #1345 of 4980
I'm happy about the Pats season. What the fuck could've they done against any of the NFC teams in the SB? 13-3, overachieved, found a great HB/Power RB, and now can comeback strong next season.

I wonder how Manning is going to handle the Seattle Defense. The bronco's opened at a -2 (favorite), so its pretty much 50/50 according to vegas right now.

I definitely believe Manning will retire if he wins the SB.

This 49'ers team is so dynamic... if Kap can just tame his gunslinging ways a little... history was never ever kind to Super Bowl losers the next year.
post #1346 of 4980
Really intriguing matchup for the SB. Seattle's offense sometimes struggles to score. They can't get three scores down and hope to win. Or get into a shootout.

I think Manning retires if he wins and has a "Super Bowl moment." The Super Bowl he won against the Bears was one of the worst big games ever. It was pouring rain, Rex Grossman threw a bunch of interceptions, and Manning spent the entire game throwing short dump-off passes to Joseph Addai and Dominick Rhodes.
post #1347 of 4980
Crabtree's not even a shit-talker. Sherman sounds like Michael Jordan in that respect, conjures images of slights to keep the chip-on-the-shoulder mentality alive.
post #1348 of 4980
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Originally Posted by skitlets View Post

Crabtree's not even a shit-talker. Sherman sounds like Michael Jordan in that respect, conjures images of slights to keep the chip-on-the-shoulder mentality alive.

The guy Sherman is pissed at is Harbaugh, who passed on Sherman several times after coaching him in college.
post #1349 of 4980
Thread Starter 
wow what a toolbag.
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post #1350 of 4980
Richard Sherman is a complete and utter classless douche. Talented but devoid of class. I'm not surprised Pete Carroll puts up with it because he's used to coaching college kids and probably thinks that NFL players can have the same level of maturity.

Refs may have screwed SF with a number of highly questionable calls, but let's not forget what the refs did to Seattle in Superbowl XL. It's just a shame that Pete Carroll gets the benefit of the good karma Seattle earned from that.
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