Randy McMichael Is The NFL's Most Impatient Player

Early in the fourth quarter of San Diego's eventual loss to the Browns, the Chargers offense (ineffectual for most of the day) managed to scrape together the ten yards necessary for a first down and keep a possible game-winning drive alive. The tension of the moment was too much for tight end Randy McMichael, who found he needed a front-row seat to the measurement, though San Diego wouldn't find the end zone anyway and lost 7-6.