The Washington Redskins' 2014 season got a little more ridiculous on Sunday afternoon.
With his team up in their game against the New York Giants wide receiver Santana Moss was ejected from the game for showing his frustration at a call from the officials - ranting and raving in the face of the referee.
You can check out his inappropriate response via this link.
From bad to worse
Moss' petulance would be enough to leave many Redskins fans tearing their hair out but it is what happened next that is truly laughable.
As reported by Fox Sports, Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden was actually completely unaware that Moss had been thrown out of the game.
Gruden is already a man under intense pressure after a rocky rookie season as a HC in the NFL. Now, having been exposed as having no idea that one of the players under his charge had been ejected from a game, he has just fuelled the flames of discontent even further.
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It really is pretty inexcusable from a man who is paid millions to keep on top of things come game day.
The whole debacle was embarrassing all round for the Redskins but there will be plenty who feel that Moss had every right to feel aggrieved after the officials' call.
Washington thought they had extended their lead when RGIII dove in for a rushing score. Officials though, on reviewing the scoring play, decided that the quarterback had lost control of the ball prior to breaking the plain.
Moss clearly wasn't impressed. Jay Gruden? Well who knows if he even knew about the play...