WATCH: Morgan Moses tries to fire up team with sideline rant originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
The first half of the Washington Football Team's matchup against the New York Giants could not have gone any worse for the home side.
Over the game's first 30 minutes, quarterback Kyle Allen suffered a gruesome leg injury and Washington couldn't muster anything on offense. The defense struggled, too, as the Burgundy and Gold entered the mid-game break down 17 points.
Towards the end of the second quarter, after Washington was forced to punt once again, right tackle Morgan Moses was fired up as he walked off the sidelines. Instead of taking a seat on the bench, Moses called the whole offensive unit over and delivered a fiery speech to his teammates.
The FOX broadcast did not have audio from Moses' rant, but a little lip-reading tells the entire story.
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Washington has little room for error in the second half if they hope to come back from a three-score deficit and earn their third victory of the season.