Two years ago, Bleacher Report sent a young rising NFL star to Bourbon Street to ask football fans who was the best lock-down cornerback in the league. The two choices were Seattle's Richard Sherman or the New York Jets' Darrelle Revis. What made the fan interaction so great was that Sherman was the person conducting the interviews in New Orleans. Most of the people he spoke to did not recognize him without his helmet on and unknowingly trashed him to his face.

What is so great about that video is nobody predicted that two years later, both Sherman and Revis will square off in Super Bowl XLIX this Sunday in Glendale, Arizona. Sherman finished the regular season with four interceptions, while Revis had a pair of picks for New England. Sherman added two more interceptions this postseason, while Revis had one against Indianapolis in the AFC title game. It will be fun to watch these two lock-down corners on Sunday and see who gets the ultimate bragging rights.


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