Sam Darnold's reaction to the New England Patriots' relentless defense went viral Monday night.
The New York Jets quarterback threw four interceptions and lost a fumble during a 33-0 loss. Darnold was mic'd-up for the game, and ESPN aired a clip of the sophomore quarterback admitting he was "seeing ghosts."
Jets head coach Adam Gase was disappointed that Darnold's admission was used during the Monday Night Football broadcast.
"It bothered me. It bothered the organization," Gase said Tuesday, according to Andy Vasquez of northjersey.com.
"This gives us pause to really cooperate anymore because I don't really know how we can put our franchise quarterback out there like that," Gase continued.
Jets running back Le'Veon Bell took to Twitter to share his reaction to the situation.
Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News shed some light on how the "seeing ghosts" clip ended up on the air, and about how the mic'd-up process works overall.
Mehta added that ESPN doesn't have control over what gets aired, as the decision is made by an NFL Films representative.
For his part, Gase said the Jets will seriously consider whether they will have players mic'd-up in future games.