Tag Archives: Richard Sherman

Why do I love Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman? His entertaining honesty
December 13, 2016

Nothing beats honesty in a forum where you normally get relentless cliches. Ask Seattle Seahawks defensive back Richard Sherman a question, and let the good times roll.  Sherman is not only honest; he’s fearless – and wildly entertaining. You might not always agree with what he says, but virtually everything he says elicits a response.  When Sherman’s […]

Mixed Bag of Sports: Thawing Out From the Week
January 25, 2014

by Bert Beiswanger I’ve got various sports topics from this week in-hand. It’s time to address them before they melt in my clutch (a nod to the creative geniuses Rankin and Bass and their popular character, Heat Mizer -and a wish that warmer days were ahead). It’s Miller George Time! Yes, I somehow stayed up […]

Richard Sherman Speaks His Mind, and That Should Be Applauded
January 20, 2014

by Kent Sterling A black man loudly speaks his mind, and he’s a thug.  A white guy does some posturing, and he’s a colorful character. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman called out San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree after a game where both men took their jobs very personally as they battled one another. […]

Indianapolis Colts – Five Keys to Beating the Seattle Seahawks
October 2, 2013

by Kent Sterling The Seattle Seahawks are undefeated, and it’s no accident.  For all the ink devoted to second year quarterback Russell Wilson, the defense is the star of this team, and their ability to overcome adversity is a constant. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter Seattle’s defense has a number of very good […]