After the Washington Redskins fell to Kansas City Chiefs in a close 29-20 game on Monday, Redskins wide receiver Terelle Pryor Sr. had a few gestures for a fan that was taunting him after the loss.


The fan heckled Pryor and Pryor (understandably) couldn't contain his emotions, going off on the fan. 


(WARNING: This video contains profanity.) 

According to TMZ Sports, Pyror really lost it in when the fan called him a “little p--sy,” to the point where it looks like he may throw his helmet at the fan above, but is held back by a team staffer.


Washington is now 2-2 after the loss to the Chiefs. 


The Redskins led for the majority of the game’s first three quarters, and gained advantage on a 44-yard touchdown from Pyror just three minutes into the game.

Washington blew the game in the last minute of the game when Chiefs kicker Harrison Butket hit a 43-yard field goal with four seconds left, putting Kansas City up 23-20. Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston returned a fumble 13-yards for a touchdown to secure the victory after a failed desperation play by the Redskins. 


Pryor ended the game with three receptions for 70-yards and a touchdown, which has been his most productive game to date as a member of the Redskins. 


Who knows, maybe this fan lit a fuse under him he can use moving forward.