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49ers’ Richard Sherman trolls Vikings’ Kirk Cousins, saying ‘I like that!’ after INT

Richard Sherman, Kirk Cousins, 49ers, Vikings

Kirk Cousins doesn’t like that. Richard Sherman likes that. Midway through third quarter of the San Francisco 49ers’ drubbing of the Minnesota Vikings in the divisional round, Richard made his mark on the postseason again.

Sherman intercepted Cousins third-and-9 while covering receiver Adam Thielen. After doing so, he pulled off Cousin’s signature “you like that!” This time, he likes that, as blurted to the NBC-run cameras exclaiming “I like that!”

Watch below, with credit to Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated. 

If Sherman likes that, he will like the result of the game even more. The 49ers halted the Vikings’ upset efforts, winning the game in the trenches early in the first half.

The 49ers are well on their way to an NFC championship appearance. Sherman’s coverage certainly helps, as the veteran has proved that age is just a number all season long, as he made both the Pro Bowl and second-team All-Pro at the age of 31.

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