The 49ers had some fun after their bizarre, water-logged 9-0 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday, when they turned the soaked FedExField turf into a giant slip-and-slide.
It all started with Nick Bosa’s game-ending sack.
Nick Bosa with the perfect dismount pic.twitter.com/AqwOgwti1t
— KNBR (@KNBR) October 20, 2019
Then the rest of the team joined in.
Sealed the W, turned the place into a slip-n-slide. pic.twitter.com/2WTSTmaDsV
— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) October 20, 2019
Looks like a good time right? Well, not according to Redskins radio play-by-play broadcaster Larry Michael, who seemed a bit triggered by the 49ers’ antics, and implied there would be retribution down the line.
“The Niners go sliding as though they were soccer players in the left corner of the field as the clock hits zeros,” Michael said. “The Niners are all sliding over the field. They’re looking like a bunch of fools out there, [Chris] Cooley! But they win the game, they win the game. … You know what, the Redskins are going to remember that one day, you watch.”
I think I speak for all of us when I say, ‘Hey Michael…chill.’
Listen to the audio below: