Patrick Mahomes was quite unhappy with the way the Chiefs’ first half ended

It’s not uncommon for players and coaches to argue on the field when things go wrong. But you don’t often see Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy going at it in such a fashion.

This did happen, however, at the end of the first half of the Chiefs’ Week 3 game against the Indianapolis Colts. The Chiefs had third-and-14 at their own 42-yard line after running back Jerick McKinnon gained six yards with seconds left in the first half. Mahomes wanted to run another play, while Bieniemy wanted to head into the tunnel up 14-10.

Mahomes was not amused by this response as the clock ran out. Head coach Andy Reid, who has had his share of late-and-close clock management issues, had to intervene.

Given the Chiefs’ general “score as many points as possible” philosophy, you can understand why Mahomes might have been a bit put off.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire