I'm torn on this one.....
Sherman did not exhibit any class during his on field interview.......he did not have his emotions intact and did not control his frustrations after having been rejected by Crabtree. Hard to do I imagine, when you consider the facts..he just made an incredible play that won his team a Super Bowl spot. Crabtree on the other hand missed the oppurtunity to put his team in the Super Bowl....everything their teams worked for all season came down to a win or lose play.......a play that was literally worth millions.
Having class goes hand in hand with self control. We all get emotionally upset and frustrated....all of us. It is part of life. How we handle our impulses, emotions, and frustrations sets us apart. Personal development and class......that is the key to being able to exhibit self control.....without it you cannot keep your emotions, mood, and impulses under any control. We've all seen people that can not control themselves....on a regular basis they lose it....sometimes over nothing at all.
SELF-CONTROL-- Sherman's off field interview was relaxed and controlled....quite different from his on field explosive reaction....a reaction that was loud and not very favorable towards Crabtree. However, he remained focused and expressed his feeling without being bleeped at all. Hot headed--emotional but still very condescending to Crabtree.
In edit....his actions and words were an embarrassment to himself, his teammates and the organization. He needs to work on his personal development.
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