The risk - reward for such a trade doesn't make sense. The stock is about 139. The possible reward is up 1 point and the possible risk is huge. Conversely, shorting the stock or buying puts here (not puts that expire today, IMHO) the reward part of risk-reward is on the side of the put buyer/ shorter, IMHO. Of course, you could be correct for today and I could be correct for after today (thus I wouldn't buy puts that expire this afternoon).
If a pump to get CRM back up toward 140 would even be successful, there would be massive selling, IMHO. Anyone long at 139 would have to be watching CRM every minute and exit as soon as it got anywhere near 140. To exit with any profit, that trader might have to use a market order instead of a limit order to avoid having the bid get away on the downside.