Sam Darnold and the Jets offense managed only seven points in the first three quarters of Thursday's loss to the Ravens. That clearly had Darnold unhappy, which appeared to be the case during this exchange with head coach Adam Gase.
Darnold was seeing ghosts earlier in the season, and it looks like David Fales was this time around watching the two talk.
The Jets did end up stringing together a bit of offense in the fourth quarter. That is, once Lamar Jackson was already out of the game and the Ravens had a comfortable lead.
Gase has faced criticism this season and it looks like some of that may be coming from his own quarterback. Darnold is the future of the franchise and if he thinks Gase's offense isn't getting it done, that could be the end for the head coach in New York.
Darnold isn't often seen expressing too much emotion on the field, so this says something given the circumstances.