And Nedney responded by giving them the finger.
He did it in a sly way, sitting on the bench with his back to the fans and sticking up his middle finger behind his head, but he did it nonetheless. (You can see a picture of it on Pro Football Talk.)
After the game, Nedney apologized.
"I apologize for my gesture at today's game," Nedney said in a statement released by the team. "It is tough to be part of a loss and my emotions got the best of me. Nobody is harder than ourselves on our team. I know losing is tough for fans, too. It was an emotional response during the game and again, I apologize."Nedney can expect a fine in the $5,000 to $10,000 range, which is what past NFL players who have given fans the finger, including Jake Plummer and Michael Vick, got fined.