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NFL Betting: McCoy prefers Revis over Sherman
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 11 February 2014 02:17
Pay per head sportsbooks learned that on Thursday, in an interview on Sirius XM’s “Evan & Phillips”, McCoy – the Philadelphia Eagles’ star running back, who led the league in rushing this season, and is a big favourite with many NFL betting fans – was asked to name a player he would not want to have in his team.
“Sherman,” McCoy said, adding, “I would take Darrelle Revis, he’s better.”
Sherman, the Seattle Seahawks’ candid cornerback who’s very famous with price per head services, continues to be criticized after his controversial outburst following the NFC Championship Game, in which he said, “I’m the best corner in the game!”. Then he slammed 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree – something that many NFL betting fans were not very happy about.
Earlier on Thursday, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, in an interview on ESPN Radio’s “Mike & Mike,” said that Sherman’s behavior was “ridiculous.”
Pay per head sportsbooks and NFL betting fans know that Revis and Sherman have a history, as a year ago the players engaged in a well-publicized feud on Twitter. Revis was also critical of Sherman’s behavior after the NFC title game.
“I didn’t think that was good on his part,” Revis told the Tampa Bay Times.
Many of their peers regard them as the top two cornerbacks in the NFL, and football betting fans know very well how talented these players are. However, pay per head sportsbooks found out that McCoy has a preference.
“If you watch Darrelle Revis’ tape, if you take his best clips, it’s not even close,” he said.
But McCoy said that he likes Sherman’s confidence, but then he repeated that he would not want to have Sherman on his team. Still, there must some NFL betting fans who would not mind seeing him play for the Eagles.
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“Not in the locker room in Philadelphia, no,” McCoy said. “It’d be too much.”