The NFC Championship Game was decided when Richard Sherman made the play of the game. Then he followed it up with the quote of the day. Sherman deflected a Colin Kaepernick pass intended for Michael Crabtree in the end zone. The ball was intercepted by linebacker Malcolm Smith with 22 seconds remaining to seal the Seahawks' 23-17 win against the San Francisco 49ers. After the game, Sherman, known for his bold statements, took a shot at Crabtree. "I'm the best corner[back] in the game," Sherman said on the field immediately after the game. "When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that's the result you going to get." Crabtree appeared irritated when told of Sherman's comments. "He's a TV guy, I'm not a TV guy," Crabtree said. "He didn't make any other plays in the game. ... But he made a good play there. He can keep talking. ... "You make one play and you talk? Good play." Crabtree was less diplomatic when he took to Twitter later Sunday night. Sherman finished the game with two tackles and one pass defensed -- the game-changing deflection. Sherman also took to Twitter after the game, though he didn't respond directly to Crabtree's tweet.