Once again, things are not going well with the Oakland Raiders.
The team has been arguably the biggest disappointment in the NFL so far this regular season. Today, the Raiders' head coach and quarterback got into a heated exchange on the sideline.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and starting quarterback Derek Carr reportedly had a heated exchange on the sideline.
ProFootballTalk had the details:
Raiders coach Jon Gruden and quarterback Derek Carr had a heated exchange on the sideline after Carr called two timeouts in a row because he couldn’t get the plays called properly. Calling two timeouts in a row is a penalty.
The TV broadcast showed Gruden having harsh words for Carr on the sideline. A report from the Raiders’ local radio broadcast said tight end Lee Smith grabbed Gruden by the back of the neck in an effort to calm him down as he yelled at Carr.
It didn't look good:
The Raiders are currently beating the Cardinals, 17-14, in the second half.
The game is on CBS.