Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman beat the rap by winning an appeal of his suspension for use of performance-enhancing drugs and the victory seems to have infused him with a degree of hubris.
He was asked by USA Today which Redskins receivers worried him going into Sunday’s playoff game.
“None of them,” he said.
How about Pierre Garçon, the Redskins’ leader in receiving yards?
"I don't think so," Sherman said. "Not that I know of."
Sherman is in his second NFL season after Seattle drafted him in the fifth round out of Stanford. He started all 16 games this year and had eight interceptions, a sack, and 53 tackles. According to Pro Football Focus, opposing quarterbacks compiled a minuscule 41.1 passer rating when throwing to his area.