• Richard Sherman is the NFC defensive player of the week

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Nov 15, 2012
    Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has been named the NFC defensive player of the week for his work in the team’s 28-7 win over the Jets. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has won the honor for defense after a truly dominant performance. As long as his play stays at a high level, Sherman will be able to talk all he wants. “Yeah, we were pushed around to the tune of 46 yards, I believe,” Sherman said. “Not too much pushing. Sherman intercepted a pass on the goal line to kill a Jets scoring chance in the first half and then forced a fumble while sacking quarterback Mark Sanchez in the second half to put an end to any thoughts about a comeback for the visiting side. He dubbed himself Optimus Prime before his matchup against Calvin Johnson and tweeted some trash talk at Patriots Tom Brady after the Seahawks beat New England earlier this season.
    • Richard Sherman isn’t buying Tramon Williams as Optimus Prime

      Packers cornerback Tramon Williams took a page from Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman’s book and dubbed himself Optimus Prime ahead of this week’s matchup with Megatron, a.k.a Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson. Williams also took a shot at Sherman
    • Sherman's big game equals defensive honor

      The NFC West has produced an NFC offensive, defensive or special-teams player of the week for the ninth time this season. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has won the honor for defense after a truly dominant performance. Sherman finished the …
      Source: ESPN.com

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