Richard Sherman And Patrick Peterson Talk Trash On Twitter

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Who is the best cornerback in the NFL? Well, it depends on who you ask. Richard Sherman of the Arizona Cardinals and Patrick Peterson of the Seattle Seahawks got into another heated debate last night on Twitter.

The Twitter fight started during a radio interview on KMVP-FM. Peterson said that you couldn’t call Sherman a “shutdown corner” because of the type of defense the Seahawks play. 

Peterson said: “Obviously his job is definitely much easier than mine. But if you look at their scheme and at our scheme, he’s a Cover 3 corner. Period. A lot of guys say he’s a shutdown corner. But if you look at film and guys who understand the game, go back and look at film and see how his defense is. I believe that if you put him in our system, I don’t believe he’ll be able to last, honestly. Because I actually do much more … Fans see he’s got tons and tons of interceptions. And that’s all fine and dandy, but he’s only covering space … So at the end of the day, he has great stats … But as far as being a shutdown corner, man-to-man guy, in my eyes, I don’t believe he’s that.”

And just to make sure that everyone heard his opinion, Peterson continued trash talking on Twitter.

Of course, Richard Sherman wasn’t just going to let that stand.

Richard Sherman loves to trash talk on Twitter. This message wasn’t a direct response to Peterson’s rant but it’s still pretty relevant.

So who’s the best cornerback in the NFL? Well, the Cardinals and the Seahawks will play twice during the 2014 season. So maybe we’ll find out in a few months.

This isn’t the first time that Richard Sherman has been in a Twitter fight. You can his last feud hereor hereor hereor here.


Kokou Adzo

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