Richard Sherman was associated with a play Sunday he’d most likely love to wipe from his memory bank.
The Seattle Seahawks cornerback was hailed three times in a matter of seconds amid the primary quarter of the group’s Week 3 misfortune to the Tennessee Titans. Would you be able to detect every one of the three infractions beneath?
The pass obstruction wiped out Kam Chancellor’s block attempt. The Titans declined Sherman’s holding infraction amid Chancellor’s arrival. The individual foul for jawing at authorities was upheld. At the point when the tidy cleared, the Titans went from a third-and-10 at their own particular 44 to a first-and-10 at the Seattle 25. Tennessee would in the long run kick a field objective to take a 3-0 lead.
This is what the crate score resembles. It’s chaotic:
This is the thing that happens when you get three distinct punishments in a matter of seconds. Intense grouping for Richard Sherman. pic.twitter.com/JPeOiL9CT6
Dan Hanzus (@DanHanzus) September 24, 2017
Sherman was to a great degree started up at diversion authorities after his punishment cap trap, and he was later engaged with a warmed experience on the Titans sideline when he clobbered Marcus Mariota after the Titans quarterback had ventured outside the field of play on a scramble. The hit drew a pointless unpleasantness signal on Sherman and incited a fight on the sideline where Titans lineman Jack Conklin likewise drew a banner.