At this point, it's fair to say that anyone who trolls Richard Sherman on Twitter should follow the same advice that quarterbacks get when playing against the Seahawks' talented cornerback:

Stay away.

Sherman, who has destroyed naysayers before, got into a heated discussion with New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount about his status atop the NFL cornerback hierarchy.

The feud started rather innocuously, with Blount wishing his former teammate Aqib Talib good luck with his new team, the Denver Broncos.

When asked to clarify, Blount did not back off.

Perhaps not wanting to pick another fight, Sherman was reserved in his response.

But Blount wouldn't lay off.

At this point, Sherman starts getting fired up.

Perhaps out of a desire to end the debate with one swoop, Sherman laid down the hammer.

Hard to argue with that. Plus, the stats back up Sherman's side. Despite only being in his third year in the NFL, Sherman topped Talib in 2013 in interceptions (8 to 4) and passes defended (16 to 14).

Later, Sherman added the cherry on top of his shutdown sundae.