Chargers WRs ‘exposed’ Richard Sherman, who blows off media but tweets reaction
After dominating the Green Bay Packers in their season opener, Richard Sherman and the Seattle Seahawks took a step back in Week 2.
The San Diego Chargers upset the defending Super Bowl champions 30-21 on Sunday, and Sherman, whom Green Bay did not throw at once, was tested.
Philip Rivers was 4-for-4 for 56 yards on passes directed toward the All-Pro cornerback, according to NFL Media’s Gregg Rosenthal, leading some Chargers to claim after the game that they had “exposed” Sherman.
Same word from multiple Chargers in reference to Richard Sherman: "Exposed." Sherman did not speak with media after game.
— Michael Gehlken (@UTgehlken) September 15, 2014
Did the Chargers really “expose” the loud-mouthed D-back? Probably not. He’s still one of the best — if not the best — in the league at his position, and it’ll take more than one not-so-dominant afternoon to change that.
Lmao Exposed? …. Complete 3 passes 0 touchdowns 0 explosive passes…. These guys make me laugh
— Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) September 15, 2014
If Sherman ever feels the desire to direct any Michael Crabtree-esque taunts at Eddie Royal, though, the San Diego wideout can probably say, “Hey, remember this?”
The Seahawks will look to rebound against the Denver Broncos this Sunday in a Super Bowl rematch.
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