VIDEO: Todd Haley, Hue Jackson And Another Awkward Post-Game Handshake

It wasn't quite the scene last week's near-rumble between Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz was, but we were treated to another cold post-game handshake on Sunday after the Kansas City Chiefs throttled the Oakland Raiders. As Todd Haley and Hue Jackson headed to the center of the field, it was clear the Raiders' head coach wasn't happy. By the time they did connect to exchange pleasantries, Jackson could be seen gesturing and saying something to Haley, though nobody is quite sure what.

Here's the video of the interesting handshake.

It would appear Jackson was upset with Haley's decision to throw deep late in the fourth quarter, just before the Chiefs took a knee to end it. Or it could've just been sour grapes -- Carson Palmer and Kyle Boller combined to throw six interceptions, two of which were returned for touchdowns, and the Raiders offense never got into gear.

Seems like these handshakes are a recipe for disaster. At some point, a coach is going to deck his opponent in a heated moment.

For more on Oakland, check out SB Nation's Raiders blog Silver And Black Pride. For the latest on KC, check out Chiefs blog Arrowhead Pride.

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