Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman ended on the winning side more than once on Sunday. The Redskins handed a 27-10 loss to the Oakland Raiders at FedExField on Sunday Night Football. But, winning the game wasn't the only thing on Norman's mind, as he had to make a couple players eat their own words.

Norman revealed post-game he and some other Redskins' defensive backs were told by some Raiders receivers they would reach the 200-yard mark against them. Ironically, the top Raiders receivers, Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper, "didn't show up" at the game.

The duo combined for just two catches, enough for 13 yards.

"I mean, first and foremost, you don't come up in here and say what you're going to put up on somebody," Norman said, per John Keim of ESPN. "Two hundred yards? [Crabtree] didn't catch two balls. He only caught one, huh?"

Norman also added he wants a player to "show me" what he can do rather than come and just talk about what he is going to do. "You're going to have to run through me to get that," a confident Norman acknowledged.

CB Sherman was 'right'

2015 Pro Bowl cornerback Norman also touched on the Crabtree and cornerback Richard Sherman case. Raiders wide receiver Crabtree has a history of trash talking to cornerbacks. A couple of years ago, Crabtree and Seattle Seahawks star Richard Sherman were going back and forth at each other.

During the deciding moments of the 2014 NFC championship game between the Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers, Sherman "buried" Crabtree. The cornerback intercepted a pass intended for Crabtree to seal the win for the Seahawks. Sherman immediately ran toward Crabtree -- got in his face -- and proudly did some trash talking.

Redskins star Norman said Sherman was "right" as he thinks Crabtree is not going to say he is "sorry," but he also doesn't think the wide receiver himself thinks he is sorry.

Norman hits full rip mode

Coastal Carolina product Norman continued to reveal his true feelings about Crabtree post-game. The 29-year-old used the word "sucked" to describe Crabtree's performance against the Redskins. The wide receiver caught one of seven passes thrown towards him, enough for seven yards. Crabtree's performance did all but back up his pregame words.

Norman hopes Crabtree has learned his lesson as he doesn't want to see him do that ever again.

"He sucked, to be honest with you. You don't come out here and do that extra stuff, man. We don't play that out here," Norman added of Crabtree.