Seattle’s Richard Sherman, right, and Earl Thomas, obscured, break up a pass intended for Atlanta’s Julio Jones on the Falcons’ final play last weekend. Sherman was faulted for possible pass interference on the play, but countered that Jones head-slapped him and didn’t draw a flag.
Seattle’s Richard Sherman, right, and Earl Thomas, obscured, break up a pass intended for Atlanta’s Julio Jones on the Falcons’ final play last weekend. Sherman was faulted for possible pass interference on the play, but countered that Jones head-slapped him and didn’t draw a flag. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press
Seattle’s Richard Sherman, right, and Earl Thomas, obscured, break up a pass intended for Atlanta’s Julio Jones on the Falcons’ final play last weekend. Sherman was faulted for possible pass interference on the play, but countered that Jones head-slapped him and didn’t draw a flag. Elaine Thompson The Associated Press

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