The Kansas City Chiefs thoroughly dominated the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, 28-0. It was the first road shutout for KC since 1973 and they nearly tied a franchise record with a whopping six interceptions against Kyle Boller and Carson Palmer.
Chiefs coach Todd Haley coached a heck of a game but there was one call that caught my attention. With about two minutes left, Matt Cassel threw a deep pass to Dwayne Bowe from the Raiders' 24-yard line on a second and 10. A shot to the end zone with about two minutes left while you're up 28-0 is borderline "running it up" or whatever you want to call it so that surprised me a little.
So Todd Haley and Hue Jackson met on the field for the postgame handshake and, as you can see in the video above, Jackson wags his finger at Haley and says something to him. Haley, for his part, doesn't look like he responds and does the handshake thing and keeps on walking.
The CBS announcers described the on-field meeting between the two coaches as "icy" and "chilly", and I think they're right. It definitely looked like they weren't exchanging pleasantries.
If there's anyone who knows about the finger wag, it's Haley.