What the fuck did you just say about Richard Sherman, you little bitch? Your comment is about as mediocre as Crabtree. And for the record, the 2013 Seahawks were arguably the greatest team to field a stadium in NFL history.
STOP WHAT YOU'RE DOING AND READ THIS BIO OF RICHARD SHERMAN.
Richard Kevin Sherman (born March 30, 1988) is an American football cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL). He was drafted by the Seahawks in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played college football for Stanford, both as a wide receiver and as a cornerback.
Since entering the league, Sherman has more interceptions (21) and defended passes (61) than any other NFL player, and many analysts consider him to be the league's best cornerback. Sherman is part of the "Legion of Boom," a nickname given to the Seahawks' starting secondary which contributed to Seattle having the best pass defense in the NFL in 2013. This unit helped the Seahawks win their first Super Bowl in New York in February 2014; their 43-8 win over the Denver Broncos matched the third-largest margin of victory ever in the history of the Super Bowl. In May 2014 Sherman became one of the NFL's highest-paid defensive players after signing a $57.4 million contract extension with $30 million guaranteed with the Seahawks.
Sherman's outspoken personality, tendency for making big plays, and his frequent trash-talk have seen him become one of the NFL's most well-known and divisive players. He garnered national attention with a post-game interview made immediately after his tipped pass ensured the Seahawks a dramatic victory over the San Francisco 49ers in the 2013 NFC Championship game, in which he labeled himself the "best corner in the game" and called San Francisco receiver Michael Crabtree, to whom the decisive pass had been thrown, a "sorry" receiver. In June 2014 it was announced that Sherman would feature on the cover of the Madden NFL 15 video game.
Sherman was one of the leaders of the Legion of Boom secondary (so called for the unit's hard-hitting style) that allowed the fewest passing yards in the league and anchored the top overall defense in the NFL en route to the first Super Bowl win in franchise history. He completed a successful 2013 campaign, where his 8 interceptions led the league, which led to him being named to the 2014 Pro Bowl as the top vote getter among defensive players and his 2nd consecutive year as an Associated Press NFL All-Pro First Team.
During the 2013 NFL playoffs, Sherman played a critical role in helping Seattle win Super Bowl XLVIII. During the last play of the NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers, Sherman was targeted by 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick in the end zone. As Seattle was only winning by six, conceding a touchdown would have been all but fatal to Seattle's hopes of advancing to the Super Bowl. Instead, Sherman successfully got in the way of the pass Kaepernick threw to Michael Crabtree, deflecting it to teammate Malcolm Smith for the game-saving interception. The play was later dubbed "the Immaculate Deflection" (as an homage to the Immaculate Reception), and would later be voted by Seahawks fans to be the most significant play in Seattle Seahawks history. In the aftermath of the play, Sherman ran over to Crabtree and offered a handshake. Crabtree responded by shoving Sherman in the facemask and then Sherman made a choke sign towards Kaepernick. Sherman was immediately penalized by the officials for unsportsmanlike conduct. Moments later, during a live post-game interview with Fox Sports' Erin Andrews, Sherman emotionally shouted, "Well, I'm the best corner in the game! When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that's the result you gonna get! Don't you ever talk about me!" He then looked into the camera and yelled, "Don't you open your mouth about the best, or y'know I'm gonna shut it for you real quick! L.O.B.!" When inquired by Andrews, Sherman said the former remark was directed at Crabtree; Andrews later stated that she knew Sherman was referring to Crabtree and asked the question to allow him to tell this to a largely oblivious TV audience. 
Sherman would later be fined by the NFL $7,875 for taunting. The fine was directed at his on-field actions towards both Kaepernick and Crabtree, the latter of which was described as "mocking". The NFL specifically stated that the fine was not related to his post-game interview. Sherman later blamed Crabtree's shove for fueling his post-game rant, though he also said he regretted his attack and was dismayed by the negative response from the public. In response to the word "thug" being widely used to criticize Sherman following the incident, Sherman said "The reason it bothers me is because it seems like it's an accepted way of calling somebody the N-word now."
Sherman embracing Pete Carroll at Super Bowl XLVIII
Sherman and the rest of Seattle's defense then had a brilliant showing in their final game of the season, shutting down the record-setting Denver Broncos offense in a 43–8 Super Bowl rout in which Sherman had 3 tackles and held Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker to 1 catch for 6 yards. This concluded the postseason in which Sherman was targeted on a mere 6 throws.