Washington was one play away from salting away its second win of the season, one kneel-down short of knocking off the Detroit Lions, 19-16, and its starting quarterback was nowhere to be found.
With two seconds left in the fourth quarter, right after Lions signal-caller Jeff Driskel threw his third and final interception of the day, Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins was supposed to be out on the field with his teammates, leading them into victory formation. Instead, he was taking a selfie with a fan, celebrating Washington's victory one play early.
"No, I don't laugh at it," Callahan said, per ESPN. "I'm happy we won. We'll address that. I'm just pleased we won the game. I just have to find out."
"I was so hype, I broke a water bottle," Haskins told reporters. "I look up and we're in victory. I thought the game was over with already, but I'll get it next time."
Haskins might've missed his opportunity, opting instead to celebrate with what Redskins fans remained at FedEx Field on Sunday afternoon. It's a moment that those fans won't forget, but one Haskins will probably want to.