Was Richard Sherman mocking Kirk Cousins 'You like that?' after interception?

Ethan Cadeaux

Former Redskins and Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins coined the phrase 'You like that?' after completing a 24-point comeback over the Buccaneers in 2015 when he was with Washington.

The veteran passer brought the phrase out once again last week after throwing a walk-off touchdown to Kyle Rudolph to upset the No. 3 seeded Saints in the NFC Wild Card.

But on Saturday, 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman may have had the last laugh.

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The highly-talkative corner intercepted Cousins in the third quarter of Sunday's 49ers-Vikings divisional playoff matchup, and it seemed as if he immediately trolled the Vikings signal-caller.

The NBC broadcast captured Sherman saying "I like that!" as he trotted to the sidelines following his interception.

San Francisco would add a touchdown on the ensuing possession, extending their lead to 14 towards the end of the third quarter. 

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Was Richard Sherman mocking Kirk Cousins 'You like that?' after interception? originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

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