Dolphins special teams coach refuses to find humor in the 'butt punt'

The “butt punt” from Sunday’s game between the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills will undoubtedly go down as one of the wildest, and funniest, plays of the season — if not in recent memory.

At least one person, however, isn’t laughing.

“Absolutely zero amusement and a 100% critical mistake that has an opportunity to possibly lose a game,” Dolphins special teams coach Danny Crossman said on Tuesday, via USA Today.

“It will never get a smile from me.”

With about 90 seconds left in Miami’s 21-19 win over the Bills, Dolphins punter Thomas Morstead attempted to punt out of their own end zone. His kick, however, drilled teammate Trent Sherfield in the butt.

The ball then bounced through the back of the end zone, resulting in a safety.

Yes, it was a mistake — one that could have absolutely cost the Dolphins the game in the end.

But it didn’t. The Dolphins still held on to take the win at Hard Rock Stadium.

The play was objectively funny, if only a little bit.

Sherfield even found the humor in it just hours after the play on Twitter.

He started angling for sponsorship deals with Charmin and Dude Wipes, too.

Crossman, however, still isn’t having it.

The joke, it seems, has gone right over his head.

Miami Dolphins punter Thomas Morstead
The Dolphins' special teams coach can't see even a little humor in the "butt punt." (Jasen Vinlove/USA Today)