Sunday night's NFC championship game between the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers came down to the final moments.

Down by six points with just a minute left, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's pass to receiver Michael Crabtree was tipped by Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman and then intercepted, sealing the 23-17 victory for the host Seahawks.

After the game, ESPN's Erin Andrews interviewed Sherman about the final play.

He did not hold back at all, referring to Crabtree as a "sorry receiver" and calling himself the best corner in the game.

In the locker room, Crabtree responded, but it sounds a bit like sour grapes considering San Francisco lost.