Seattle Seahawk's star Richard Sherman tipped the last pass of the NFL game, to give the Seahawks the win. Winning wasn't enough, Sherman then went off on 49er's wide receiver Michael Crabtree in a postgame interview, calling himself 'the best corner in the game. When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that's the result you gonna get.'

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Crabtree responded, 'He's a TV guy, I'm not a TV guy. He didn't make any other plays in the game. But he made a good play there. He can keep talking. You make one play and you talk? Good play.'

Someone should tell Sherman, actions speak louder than words. Is it really necessary to put someone down to make yourself feel better? Isn't winning a trip to the Super Bowl enough? This behavior makes me want Denver to win ever more.

Watch Sherman's interview, or should we say rant, with Erin Andrews and Ed Werder.

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