Post-game interviews of NFL players are almost always predictable and boring. They go something like this:
Reporter: "Congratulations. How did you guys turn the game around?"
Player: "One play at a time. The team stuck together. We worked hard. The good Lord was with us. The fans were great. Hi, Mom!"
In 20 seconds Sunday night on Fox-TV, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman gave one of the most memorable post-game interviews ever — and not just because he shattered the stereotype about how players behave in that situation.