Matthew Stafford is one of the most hotly-debated quarterbacks in the NFL right now. And with good reason.
After failing to win a single playoff contest in 12 seasons with the Detroit Lions, the first-overall pick from 2009 led his team to a Super Bowl championship in his first seasons with the Los Angeles Rams. He had an impressive postseason run, throwing for 1,188 yards, nine touchdowns and three interceptions in four games. However, he also led the NFL in interceptions during the regular season, throwing 17 of them.
And on Thursday, during the 2022 season opener against the Buffalo Bills, Stafford put himself in good position to defend his interceptions crown by throwing three of them on the evening.
Many were quick to bash Stafford for his week 1 performance, with some even calling him out for rarely targeting his black wide receivers.
One person who clearly isn’t impressed with Stafford is Richard Sherman.