Seahawks celebrate TD by perfectly reenacting Richard Sherman's classic tip play

Richard Sherman’s mixed feelings about his return to Seattle as a 49er — some connections run deep others are frayed

Richard Sherman’s mixed feelings about his return to Seattle as a 49er — some connections run deep others are frayed

Meanwhile, San Francisco (2-9) couldn't slow down Tampa Bay on offense as the Buccaneers cruised past the 49ers 27-9 at Raymond James Stadium last Sunday.

Wilson came the following year and they made five straight postseasons, winning the Super Bowl following the 2013 season - thanks in part to Sherman's tipped ball that led to a game-sealing interception to beat the 49ers in the NFC title game.

Perhaps the 49ers could even play spoiler against teams in the playoff mix like the Seahawks, Denver Broncos and Bears, or a team jockeying for home-field advantage like the Los Angeles Rams.

It started when a reporter mentioned to just how risky Wilson can be when he scrambles.

"I thought it was really sh-y, to be honest with you, how it ended", Baldwin said, per The News Tribune. "Kyle's [Shanahan] coming up with great game plans and obviously Nick threw for 400 today so guys are getting yards", Sherman said.

Will Richard Sherman get the last word in his return to Seattle? "That's football and that's kind of the way things have gone this season". Lockett took the opening kickoff back 85 yards, and on the very next play, Rashaad Penny ran in a 20-yard touchdown to put the Seahawks ahead 27-3.

I suspect many who questioned the signing have since changed their opinion, with Sherman being the 49ers' most productive corner. And quarterback Nick Mullens continues to at least provide hope that he has a future as a backup, putting up 414 passing yards and a pair of touchdowns Sunday for a passer rating of 95.3.

After all that, the Seahawks still had one more highlight left in them.

Baldwin said it was awful how Sherman's tenure ended in Seattle and said it will be hard for his friend to separate those bad feelings from the good times he had with the team. "He gave so much blood, sweat and tears while he was here".

That should come as no surprise after a summer report from Sports Illustrated characterized Russell as not having much of a relationship with any of his teammates, with many believing he was the recipient of special treatment from the coaching staff. "You think about the guys we have out there, you know". "But he's been one of the top corners for a long time in this league".

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