Watching the end of the Seahawks-49ers game yesterday was thrilling and instructive for fathers. "All-pro, Stanford graduate Richard Sherman" as he likes to be called made a tremendous play to save the game for the Seahawks. Sherman then proceeded to taunt 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree and then rant about him in a nationally televised post-game interview. Sherman is a great player whose has overcome a lot with his upbringing in Compton, CA. I would not pretend to understand the obstacles he has faced in life, but I do know that puffing ourselves up at the expense of others is not the way to handle yourself. After the game, Sherman berated Seahawk fans who jeered injured 49er Navarro Bowman by throwing popcorn at him. Taunting an injured player, not a good thing to do, kinda like taunting/ranting about a player you have just beaten in a hard fought game. Richard Sherman, I expect more from an All-Pro Stanford graduate.