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After reading the comments in the Inlander on the Seahawks making it to the Super bowl, I must admit I'm a bit baffled. There was obviously comments about Sherman's "rant" after the game. But how many of you actually know the reason for that rant? While I don't advocate such behavior, I do understand why he "went off" on Crabtree. People need to pay more attention to what really happened. Both Richard Sherman and Michael Crabtree had microphones on during the game. After the "play", Sherman walked up to the receiver, slapped him on the butt and said "Hell of a game". He then stuck his hand out for a handshake and was paid back with a rude push in the facemask. With that much adrenaline from just making the play that sent his team to the Super Bowl, what did you expect him to do? After finding out the "facts", I have a better understanding of why Sherman let off a 'rant' after the game.
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