As if the Houston Texans losing their 10th straight game on Sunday to the New England Patriots wasn't enough.

Two Houston Texans security guards say they were fired by the Contemporary Services Corporations (who secure Reliant Stadium) after taking photos with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady after the team's 34-31 loss.

Joel Williams and Christopher Moore were said to have violated a company policy which prohibits autographs or photos with players.

“Immediately after I took the picture, I got ran down by a supervisor,” Williams told KHOU TV in Houston. “They didn't' really give a reason, they said you know you're wrong and you're fired."

The two are trying to appeal the termination, but CSC is standing by their policy.

Williams, however, says he was finished with his shift working the game and shouldn't be fired.

What do you think?