The Seattle Seahawks defeated the San Francisco 49ers to earn a birth in the Super Bowl thanks to a tipped ball by cornerback Richard Sherman which was then picked off by Malcolm Smith.
After the play Sherman tapped Crabtree on the rear end prompting some shoving by the wide receiver.
And after the game Sherman was more then willing to give his thoughts on the situation to sideline reporter Erin Andrews.
“I’m the best corner[back] in the game,” Sherman said on the field immediately after the game. “When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that’s the result you going to get.”
When told of Sherman’s comments after the game Crabtree said that Sherman made one good play.
“He’s a TV guy, I’m not a TV guy,” Crabtree said. “He didn’t make any other plays in the game. … But he made a good play there. He can keep talking. …
“You make one play and you talk? Good play.”
Of course Crabtree took to twitter to take a shot at Sherman.
“Film don’t lie… @nflnetwork @espn pull up the tape of that game and show me where this guy is the best? #fake #fake #fake” tweeted Crabtree.
It was not over from there as Sherman also got on twitter sending out the following.
“A lion doesn’t concern himself with the opinions of a sheep.”
“There was a lot of talk before the game…. Now I’m the bad guy lol…. Well if u judge my character on the field ….So many glass houses”