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peyton manning or richard sherman. who would you rather see winning the SB?

  1. Peyton Manning

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    You know what I am wondering. What team would most in this forum do if say Wes Welker was with the Seahawks and did what he did to Talib. Who would you choose in the Superbowl Peyton and the Broncos or Wes and the Seahwaks.

    In case anyone is wondering it doesn't matter to me either way who wins in this upcoming Superbowl.
     
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    I like Sherman ... guess I am in the minority but whatever ...

    We're talking about football here ... not Bowling, not Golf ... not Lawn Darts.
     
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    Also, if his name wasn't Welker, he would rise to the level of one of the most hated players out there.

     
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    All should be approached with grace, humility and sportsmanship. :)
     
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    Rooting for Seattle hard. Cant wait to root for a team with a beastly defense.
     
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    Carroll once did the same thing to Paul Stoyanovich. I highly doubt he's going to chastise Sherman for doing it to a heated division rival.
     
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    Just guessing here, but I suspect Sherman might have narcissistic personality disorder. He gets away with it because he's a pro football player. In a mainstream line of work (if he indeed could hold a job) his life would be full of drama and serious crises.
     
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    No, I think you're overanalyzing. Sherman isn't a narcissist (well, anymore than most pro athletes are).

    To be honest, I think his whole persona is a veneer that exists to get people to have exactly this conversation. Sherman's trending on Twitter, Facebook, Google... Sherman's everywhere today. I think the reaction to his interview is hilarious, because everyone's falling for his 'WWF heel' persona. He switches between that and his 'Stanford-educated intellectual' persona at will. If anything, people should just be rolling their eyes at him. He wants to look like Kevin Garnett... but unlike Garnett he's not a legitimately bat**** insane mound of anger and hate.

    Instead, he's an excellent cornerback who's better known than other excellent cornerbacks (Revis, Haden, Peterson, Talib, Tillman, Verner, Grimes) by the general public because of his heel persona. Revis, for example, remains a better player, but Sherman gets more props because of his media presence.

    He's the player equivalent of Skip Bayless. He's trolling, and a bunch of people in this thread fell for it.
     
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    You're giving him way too much credit for being "cleverly manipulative." He can be compulsive and manic -- aspects of NPD that are very real but misperceived in Sherman's case as intentional or eccentric because of his high-profile platform. We'll find out about this for sure either way after he leaves football.
     
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    To be fair, Tunescribe, I don't think 'his WWF heel demeanor persona is manufactured for hype' and him being a clinical narcissist are mutually exclusive - in fact, they're pretty complementary.
     
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    IMO he's a borderline...

    The most distinguishing symptoms of BPD are marked sensitivity to rejection and thinking about and feeling afraid of possible abandonment.[10] Overall, the features of BPD include unusually intense sensitivity in relationships with others, difficulty regulating emotions, and impulsivity. Other symptoms can include feeling unsure of one's personal identity and values, having paranoid thoughts when feeling stressed, and severe dissociation.[1

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    But your insecure about hearing Dick Spermans' talking. I'll take hearing him talk for a few days than hearing the entire world fellate Manning for eternity. :rolleyes:




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    But would you want your kids, or any children for that matter, watching and emulating a guy like that? It's only a game.
     
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    Can anyone honestly tell me that they would not LOVE to see Sherman do this to Peyton after Seattle beats him?

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    Whoever wants Peyton to win please think about what you wish for. It already has begun with articles in ESPN saying he is the greatest quarterback ever win or lose Sunday.
     
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    I'd like to see 3 feet of snow dumping on MetLife. Sherman slips on some black ice in the 1st quarter, gets an ACL. Manning 3 pick sixes after that.
     
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