'Absolute poopfest': Seahawks' Sherman thinks Thursday night NFL games stink

Richard Sherman isn't about that poopfest life

Richard Sherman isn't about that poopfest life

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman again made his distaste for "Thursday Night Football" known.

"It's a poopfest", he said.

"Congratulations NFL you did it again, but they've been doing it all season".

"We're the last ones to get the middle finger", Richard Sherman said of Seattle's Thursday night game.

Sherman, a member of the executive council within the NFL players' union, repeated his belief the league is "hypocritical" in regards to player safety with staging Thursday night games.

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"It's hypocritical, as I've stated before", he said.

Sherman also called the National Football League "hypocritical" for looking out for player safety and then making them play on a short week.

The 8-4-1 Seahawks face the 4-9 Los Angeles Rams this Thursday night at CenturyLink Field. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article.

"Yeah you can tell, but you can't tell, because guys are prideful, and they play hard, and they're gonna go out there and give them 100 percent regardless what the circumstances are because that's how they're built", he said. But it's just another one of those things.

As a result, all those associated with the game suffer - except for those in the media lucky enough to ask Sherman about it. The Seahawks will have nine days after the Rams game, including Friday, Saturday and Sunday off this weekend, before they host Arizona on Christmas Eve. "But we will be well aware come the next CBA negotiations about things like this", Sherman said. It's part of the revenue, etc, etc. And the league probably has something else up their sleeve. This Thursday's game could have an impact on the playoffs - they are huge favorites to win the NFC West but are still chasing home advantage in the post-season.

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