During Tuesday’s episode of FS1’s “Undisputed,” a debate on the NFL award race between Richard Sherman and Keyshawn Johnson became so heated that Johnson briefly left the set. The disagreement arose when Sherman pointed out that Bills quarterback Josh Allen had accounted for more touchdowns for his team than Ravens star Lamar Jackson.
As Sherman was mid-sentence, Johnson, visibly incensed, abruptly got up and walked off the set, passing in front of Skip Bayless’ camera. Sherman continued making his point, emphasizing that despite Allen’s 40 total touchdowns, it doesn’t automatically make him the MVP. He argued that Allen’s significance to the Buffalo Bills, accounting for 83 percent of the team’s touchdowns, sets him apart as the most crucial quarterback to his team.
Sherman, undeterred by Johnson’s departure, commented on the situation, stating, “So you can argue whatever you want to argue, you can walk off, because that means you don’t have the power to make a conscious argument.”
Eventually, Johnson returned to his seat but remained visibly baffled as Sherman continued his uninterrupted discussion. Sherman delved into the statistical comparison, highlighting Lamar Jackson’s 24 total touchdowns (19 passing and 5 rushing) and the 55 percent of scores he has accounted for, noting that these figures fall below those of previous MVP winners.
Upon concluding his point, Sherman challenged Johnson to make an argument based on facts rather than personal opinions. The exchange continued with Sherman urging Johnson to present a fact-based argument.
As the tension persisted, Bayless intervened, suggesting they move on and “agree to disagree” to conclude the segment.