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Richard Sherman Throws Shade At Matthew Stafford After Rams’ Loss

The Los Angeles Rams got crushed in their first game of the season, and Richard Sherman was not impressed with what he saw from Matthew Stafford.

On Thursday night, the Bills dominated the Rams on both sides of the ball, and Stafford did not have a good showing. The veteran QB completed 29 of 41 passes for 240 yards with one touchdown and three interceptions in the Rams’ 31-10 loss to the Bills.

One particular interception caught Sherman’s eye.

Sherman mocked Stafford for making a bad read on the play.

The former All-Pro corner would continue bashing Stafford while arguing with ESPN’s Dan Orlovsky.

Stafford admitted that he made some mistakes during his postgame press conference. While speaking to the media Stafford he “could have played more efficient” and shouldn’t have forced some throws.

“I can play more efficient.” I can just try to play within myself as much as I possibly can. Don’t try to force anything in any situation. And then just keep leading and keep fighting,” Stafford said.

Coach Sean McVay would take responsibility for the loss because he felt his team was not prepared to face the Bills on Thursday.

“When you look at a lot of the ways that this game unfolded, feel a huge sense of responsibility to this team, we weren’t ready to go. I take a lot of pride in that, and that’s on me, I got to do better.”