Denver store takes shot at Richard Sherman, says he drinks 'Mickey's Big Mouth' (Photo)

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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was simultaneously the hero and villain of the NFC Championship game. His incredible pass defense sealed the win for the Seahawks and a trip to the Super Bowl to face the Denver Broncos. Unfortunately, his incredible play was overshadowed by his mouth during a post-game interview with FOX reporter Erin Andrews.

A transcript of the interview via BuzzFeed:

– [Sherman:] “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.”
– [Andrews:] Who was talking about you?
– [Sherman:]“Crabtree. Don’t you open your mouth about the best. Or I’m gonna shut it for you real quick. L-O-B.”

Still, it is on to the Super Bowl.

Remember that Denver area liquor store that had a sign that read “Tom Brady drinks appletinis” before the Broncos played the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game? Well they’re back and this time they’re taking aim at Sherman with a sign that reads “Richard Sherman drinks Mickey’s Big Mouth.” It is an obvious shot at Sherman’s mouth.

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[h/t] an anonymous Denver Broncos fan



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  • Badbeatya

    LOL!! This is playing right into the LOB’s proverbial hands. Thanks ACE Liquor! You may have just earned honorary 12th Man status! Keep up the good work!

    & in case anyone is interested, ACE Liquor can be found at 16265 S Golden Rd, Golden, CO 80401. They also can be reached at (303) 279-3968 . I suggest that ALL 12s call them to express appreciation. GO HAWKS!!!!!

    • Mike Curtis

      Are you kidding? Focus is on Sherman instead of the team. Everyone outside of Seattle hate Seahawks because of the poor sportmanship. There will be a ton of Broncos supporters at MetLife stadium; very little Seahawk supporter.