Quotes From Championship Sunday Edition of NFL Network’s ‘NFL GameDay Final’

nfl-gameday-finalQuotes from NFL GameDay Final

“He is the best defensive back in the game right now.” – Deion Sanders on Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman

“I love his emotions, I love his swagger, I love who he is. He is the best; I would validate him and say right now he is the best corner in the game today. I don’t agree with the way he attacked [Michael] Crabtree’s ability. I don’t agree with that.” – Deion Sanders on Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman

“He’s beyond the antics. Those are the things that got us to look at him when we didn’t pay attention to the Legion of Boom and we weren’t paying attention to Seattle’s secondary, and those things caught our eyes. Now your play is saying enough, you can shut your mouth.” – Marshall Faulk on Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman’s postgame interview with Fox

“If he can give us a little bit more of [the plays from the pocket], then those extra plays when it breaks down and the pocket collapses on him and he runs the football, then he’s going to be a much more dynamic quarterback. That’s what’s going to take him to the next level.” – Marshall Faulk on San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick

“It’s clear to me their identity is one thing: if you get on the football field and you compete, and you lay it all on the field and when you leave the field you gave your best, you can play for Pete Carroll. He’s all about competition – that whole team is built around competing.” – Marshall Faulk on the Seattle Seahawks

“Good defense, good running game – it allows the quarterback to grow up with them and have success along the way. That’s what these two quarterbacks have done, they’re going to continue to get better. These teams are going to be around for a long time to come.” – Kurt Warner on Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick

“It’s just unbelievable what Marshawn Lynch has done, not only this game but week in and week out for him to be able to answer the bell 20 carries per game. This is an old school running back.” – LaDainian Tomlinson on Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch

“Anytime Bill Belichick feels like his defense can’t stop a quarterback, he’s going to take his chance with Tom Brady, as would I.” – Marshall Faulk on the New England Patriots’ decision to go for it on 4th and 2 in the third quarter

“The challenge is on both defenses.” – Marshall Faulk on Super Bowl XLVIII between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks

“What [the San Diego Chargers] did in that [Week 15] game was they ran the football effectively for 177 yards [and used] 38-and-a-half minutes of clock time…I went away from that game going this is how you beat the Denver Broncos. Seattle is built that way.” – Steve Mariucci on the Seattle Seahawks’ gameplan against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII

On NFL.com the following video clips from NFL GameDay Final are available for viewing:


– Championship Sunday: Let’s Go Primetime Deion Sanders highlights his top five performers from Championship Sunday:


– Deion Sanders: Seattle Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman is ‘the Best in the Game’ Deion Sanders agrees that Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is the best in the NFL but doesn’t agree with how he interacts with his fellow players:


– Seattle Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman on Late-Game Interception – NFL Network’s Steve Wyche speaks with Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman following the game:


– Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson: ‘We Knew it was Going to be a Battle’ – Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson talks with NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington after the win over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game:


– Seattle Seahawks Safety Earl Thomas: ‘We’re Battle Tested’ – Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas breaks down the team’s victory over the San Francisco 49ers with NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington:


– How Are the Seattle Seahawks Equipped for Super Bowl? Steve Mariucci, LaDainian Tomlinson and Kurt Warner say the way Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks practice has created a team identity that earned them a trip to Super Bowl XLVIII:


– Steve Mariucci Breaks Down Super Bowl XLVIII Steve Mariucci discusses the matchup between the Seattle Seahawks defense and the Denver Broncos offense:


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