Patrick Peterson, Richard Sherman argue on Twitter about who is better

Norm Hall

The whole thing has made Twitter fun.

After Arizona Cardinals All-Pro cornerback Patrick Peterson was on the record on local radio saying that he does not believe that Seattle's Richard Sherman is a shutdown corner because of his assignment in the Seahawks' defensive scheme. 

Sherman responded as many would expect him to and that led to the two going back and forth on Twitter. Observe:

From Sherman:

Peterson also made sure to respond:

Whichever side you like more, you have to love having a public argument about who is good and who isn't. It only adds fuel and intensity to the regular season when it rolls around. 

Should they be doing it? Probably not, but at least it is a good show for the fans during a long offseason, 

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