Redskins Accuse Seahawks Of Cheap Shots And Trying To Stomp Alfred Morris
Yesterdays Redskins-Seahawks playoff game was action packed and hard-hitting. There was thumping going on all over the field.
The heated play translated into an altercation between Richard Sherman and Trent Williams, which led to Williams mushing Sherman in the face.
There was more drama, that included sniping between Seattle defensive end Red Bryant and Redskins stud running back Alfred Morris.
According to USA Today via Redskins players, Bryant tried to Stomp Morris after one of the first plays of the game.
“There was a cheap shot — Red Bryant tried to step on him after a play and hit him in the head,” Redskins fullback Darrel Young said Monday. “Alfred Morris is one of the nicest guys you’ll meet.
“We’ll see them again. When Alfred comes to the sideline cursing, you’ve got a problem because this is a kid who doesn’t curse.”
Young also stated that Sherman ran his mouth and did the most all Sunday long.
Sherman “was taunting Mike Shanahan on the sideline, telling Mike, ‘You can’t throw over here.’ “I wanted to go over and punch him (Sherman) myself,” fullback Darrel Young said.
“Yeah, that (post-game smash) was uncharacteristic of Trent. But you get enough of something, you want to put a stop to it. I hope we got Seattle on our schedule next year.”
The teams won’t play next year, but with both teams young and improving, expect plenty more playoff matchups.