Seconds after making the game-saving play to send Seattle to the Super Bowl, cornerback Richard Sherman was fired up.
Sherman deflected a pass intended for San Francisco's Michael Crabtree near the corner of the end zone with less than a minute left, right into the arms of Seattle teammate Malcolm Smith to seal the Seahawks' 23-17 win.
Sherman was subsequently whistled for unsportsmanlike conduct on the play, after exchanging words with Crabtree and making what appeared to be a choking gesture.
Asked about the incident afterward by Fox reporter Erin Andrews, Sherman stole the show and lit up Twitter with this rant:
-- The Associated Press