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Richard Sherman: Cornerback is tougher to play than receiver

One of the drawbacks of having only one camera live at a time on an NFL broadcast is that you can’t focus on the perpetual wide receiver-cornerback duel that can go from sublime to horrific to magnificent, all in the space of one play. It’s generally a hell of a lot more interesting than whatever delayed-draw nonsense is taking place at midfield, but unless something dramatic happens, it goes unwatched unless you’re one of those All-22 zombies.
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