Washington Commanders defensive tackle Jonathan Allen expressed vehement frustration after the club’s 14-7 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday.
“I’m f—–g tired of this shit,” said Allen, per NBC Sports’ JP Finlay. “I’m f—–g tired of this bullshit. It’s been seven f—–g years of the same shit. I’m tired of this shit.”
Washington selected Allen with the No. 17 pick in the 2017 draft after he enjoyed a standout career with Alabama. The Commanders are 42-62-1 since he entered the league.
They had a chance to score late in the fourth quarter, but a red-zone incompletion on a fourth down led to the Giants running the clock out.
Allen had three total tackles and a tackle for loss in the losing effort.
The Giants totaled 356 total yards and 16 first downs. Washington finished with 273 and 14.
“They whooped our ass, plain and simple,” said Allen.
Defensive end Chase Young also expressed frustration after the defeat despite having a pair of sacks and three tackles for loss.
“We lost,” he said, according to the Washington Post’s Sam Fortier. “Don’t care.”
Allen said the players need to get their “minds right and get ready to play f—–g Philadelphia.”
Washington hosts the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 8. The Eagles beat their division foes 34-31 in overtime in Week 4.