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September 19, 2013 at 2:00 PM

Sherman: “We got away with a 29-3 victory”

A day after 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick said the Seahawks “get away with a lot of things on defense,” Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman had a chance to respond during his weekly Thursday media session.

“We got away with three picks, two fumbles, five turnovers,” Sherman said. “We got away with a 29-3 victory, it looked like. That’s the way it looked to me.”

So there you go, just a little more spice for a rivalry that hardly needs any more at this point.

Sherman also had this to say about the Seahawks facing former defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, now head coach of the Jaguars, this weekend.

“It’s tough because he’s such a great coach and such a great friend of a lot of guys on this team,” Sherman said. “It’s not something guys want to do necessarily. They wouldn’t do it if they didn’t have to. But we have to.”

You can watch some of what Sherman had to say below:

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