Richard Sherman on concerns over Seahawks’ 3-3 record: Cool it, ‘team is fine’

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RENTON, Wash. — Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman dismissed fans’ concerns Wednesday over Seattle’s 3-3 start to the season.

“If three losses were to ruin the season, then it would have ruined last year’s season, too, because we lost three then, too,” Sherman said at a news conference.

“I think our team is fine and understands what it needs to do to turn it around, and I’m confident in our ability to do that,” he said.

While the Seahawks lost three games in their 2013 Super Bowl season, they had only lost one game after 13 weeks of that season — not after the first seven weeks and before having yet played division rivals Arizona and San Francisco.

Sherman addressed the media as the team was preparing to play the Carolina Panthers (3-3-1) in Charlotte, N.C., at 10 a.m. Pacific Sunday.

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  • Heavysteel

    Last year was a fluke…this year we are seeing the true Seahawks. The talent is there, but controversy in the clubhouse is rearing it’s ugliness.

    • TB

      Yeah right .. A fluke?! You have a crystal ball? Wait until the season is over before you say it was a fluke. Two things – 1) Even just ONE Super Bowl win is still one more championship than what most other teams will ever have. This also includes the fact that all those players that have a SB ring is also more than what most NFL players will ever accomplish. 2) Whether it’s the Patriots or the Seahawks or say even Dallas (choke!) who wins a SB, there will always be the negative blogs and people out here who want to discredit the win. All I gotta say is being on the receiving end of it has sure been worth it with this win! All the great times us 12s had supporting our team pre and post-season, seeing our team in the SB, winning and all the attention, accolades, parade, ceremony, etc. that came with it! It was a once in a life time experience – 1st time SB winners and no one can take that away from us/our city. So yeah – all the Hawk-haters can say whatever cuz in the end. – whether we repeat for 2014 or not – we still have that WIN! Do you?!

      • justa girl

        @TB I am not a fan of any certain team in the NFL.but the i do know the Niners have FIVE rings whether it was last year, 10 yrs ago………whatever it is still a win and they do have back to back SB’s ……..The Broncos are a very classy team………That Richard Sherman is nothing but a loud mouth fool. and always makes fun or is nasty about other players………as i recall, the raiders took the hawks down…and Sherman???? he is not the best CB in the league, and i do believe that the Hawks are getting some karma and some madden curse……they will not repeat SB i know that for sure……….well wishing ya best in the next game!

        • Sea "3"

          Funny not a fan of any team u r a forty whiner stop hiding behind ur comments cause nobody care sore loser. Tell ur team to win a sb then comments on the hawks. Sherman is the best corner in the nfl and he’s gonna b a pro bowl player this year again.

  • Heavysteel

    @TB One more thing ….you and your 12th man…LOL!! I chuckle because you folks could not even come up with an original catch phrase to support your team. You had to copy the idea from a sports reporter in reference to a home football game for the State University of Iowa in 1912, but Texas A&M made the phrase famous after 1922. Rest assured that there will be no back to back SB for Richard and the Seahawks. Enough Said!

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