Pure hilarity ensued during a debate between Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and host Skip Bayless during a segment on First Take.
Sherman, who is a member of Phi Beta Sigma, appeared on First Take to defend his claim that he was a better player than New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis.
I believe my numbers speak for themselves. My tape speaks for itself. My tape is my resume. That’s what I leave it up to. Skip can say whatever he wants.
Sherman said Skip should address him as “All-Pro Stanford cornerback”
Skip, he said, has never accomplished anything.
Bayless shot back, “Ok, I’ll accept that. I think I have accomplished more in my field than you have in yours, though you’re just getting started.”
Sherman replied, “I’m the top of my field, so I’m All-Pro. I’m one of the best 22 players in the NFL. You’re going to brush it off.
I don’t think you’re the best 22 anything in sports, in media, in anything. I think you think more of yourself than you actually can prove. In my 24 years of life, I’m better at life than you.”
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Watch Richard Sherman and Skip Bayless debate on First Take