Revis, Sherman compare resumes in Twitter feud

Revis, Sherman compare resumes in Twitter feud

That did not come to pass - but there are a handful of former Miami Dolphins who will still be playing in the Super Bowl in their former stadium.

And then there's 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman, who is also in the discussion. This will be the second Super Bowl of Reid's two-decade head coaching career, and a chance at finally getting the ring that has eluded him for so long. While a number of National Football League fans were impressed with Richard Sherman's showing on the night, former New York Jets man and Super Bowl-winning cornerback Darelle Revis was anything but impressed with his display.

Richard Sherman's game-clinching interception from Aaron Rodgers' deep shot for Davante Adams spelt the end for the Green Bay Packers at Levi's Stadium.

Let's see how each former Cardinals player did.

The 49ers cornerback didn't take kindly to some social-media criticism from retired All-Pro corner Darrelle Revis, who questioned Sherman's ability to cover wide receivers man-to-man after the veteran allowed his first completion of 20-plus air yards this season.

The San Francisco 49ers cornerback fired back at Darelle Revis.

Like the remainder of the organization, Revis is most likely mindful that Sherman speaks an excellent video game, as well. Revis made the often repeated claim that Sherman used the zone cover as a crutch. His reward? Clinching the NFC Championship and a trip to Super Bowl 2020.

Lucas was a part of a late round draft pick swap between the Chiefs and the Dolphins - he's not a big contributor on defense but he has provided a significant number of special teams snaps to Kansas City this season.

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