High School HC Calls Out Randy Moss For Mocking His QB Kneeling On 4th Down During “C’Mon Man!” (TWEET)

GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN – OCTOBER 14: ESPN analyst Randy Moss discusses before the game between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions at Lambeau Field on October 14, 2019 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)

Monday Night Countdown’s “C’Mon Man!” segment went a bit too far for a lot of people’s liking and many of them took their dislike of it to social media.

ESPN analyst Randy Moss got the brunt of it after he mocked a high school QB for kneeling on 4th down with seconds left on the clock and getting his team eliminated from the postseason as a result. Moss repeatedly uses the name of the player, Bladen Fike, while blatantly laughing at his expense.

His head coach was none too pleased.

“It’s disheartening to see @espn run a segment like this on a kid,” the coach wrote from an account @CdickC. “I as HIS HEAD COACH take full responsibility. Any criticism needs to be directed towards me. @BlakeFIke is a tremendous young man with a bright future! Proud to be his coach! #FamilY”

Added Fike: “I took my eye off the clock. However, criticizing me off of one play does not define me as a Quarterback. I am much better than that! I love my team and my coaches! Thanks for having my back. #familY #purpleReign @CdickC @RandyMoss”