RICHARD SHERMAN’S PTSD LEADS TO FLASHBACKS OF SUPER BOWL 49 IN BRONCOS 12-9 LOSS TO THE COLTS
There’s nothing that stings more in pro athletics than almost accomplishing the apex of group achievement and afterward missing the mark without a second to spare. That is what befallen Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson, and the Seattle Seahawks back in 2015, when an alleged game-dominating touchdown was caught by New Britain Loyalists cornerback Malcolm Head servant, successfully denying them the Super Bowl.
Also, maybe it torments Sherman more than he might want to concede seven years after the fact, as proven by his response to Wilson and the Denver Broncos’ late-game bumble during their monstrous 12-9 misfortune to the Indianapolis Yearlings. During extra time, Russell Wilson and the Broncos settled on the problematic choice to toss the ball at fourth and 1, which was batted away by Yearlings cornerback Stephon Gilmore. Clearly enough, Richard Sherman made what he had an outlook on the Broncos’ confounding yet natural choice known in a concise, single word reaction. “Flashbacks,” Sherman composed.