If you're a fan of the NFL, the eleven on eleven, the twenty-two in tights on the field at once, bumping and grinding, working out one hard play after another, you probably know who Richard Sherman is. If you're not familiar, he is one of the league's most talented players at the position he covers. His position requires speed, strength, timing and intelligence which he demonstrates almost all of the time. If the man has a flaw, it is being young and showing a sense of insecurity by continuously talking up his play and talents in comparison to other league greats at the cornerback position. To put things in perspective, Richard Sherman repeatedly tells television commentators he is the best player in the league at his position. Without question, he is a great player. With that said, let us look at significant numbers in his life to determine if they have possibly played a role in him getting to where he is at.
- RICHARD = 9+9+3+8+1+9+4 = 43 = 7
- SHERMAN = 1+8+5+9+4+1+5 = 33
- 7 and 33 are arguably the most important numbers in our nation
- RICHARD SHERMAN = 40
- Richard Sherman was born on the 33rd Parallel, in Compton, CA
- The Founders of this Nation found the numbers 33 and 7 to be very important and incorporated them into the founding of the country in significant ways; from the first and fiftieth state names, to the nation's birthday
- Do you see it?
- 0+3/+3+0 = 3/3
- 1+9+8+8 = 26 = 2+6 = 8.
- GEORGE WASHINGTON = 88
- 7+5++6+9+7+5 = 39
- WASHINGTON = 5+1+1+8+9+5+7+2+6+5 = 49
- George Washington = 88
- Richard Sherman was selected in the fifth round, 154th overall.
- Round 5
- 1+5+4 = 10 = The number representing God
- 10+5 = 15, again, equating to the sum of 555 and that powerful energy it resonates
Richard Sherman made the play that won the NFC CHAMPIONSHIP game tonight, and had this to say moments later in the postgame coverage. We'll see Richard Sherman playing next on the thirty-third day of the year, February 2, the Super Bowl.
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