Jordan Reed's Monday night couldn't be any worse. The Redskins tight end, who is playing through a shoulder injury, caught one pass for 6 yards through the first three quarters against the Panthers. And he won't get a chance to improve those numbers in the fourth quarter.

His night is over because he threw a punch at Kurt Coleman late in the third quarter, which led to his ejection and a flag -- unofficially called by Thomas Davis.

That penalty was dumb for a number of reasons. One, it ruined the Redskins' red-zone drive in a game that they're losing by multiple scores. They settled for a field goal. Two, Reed got ejected and he's one of the team's best players. And three, it made no sense because Coleman was wearing a helmet.

Hopefully you didn't start Reed in your Fantasy playoffs. He was on the field for 19 snaps, per Pro Football Focus.