Giants' Kenny Golladay admits to losing cool on Jason Garrett: 'I let the emotions get the best of me'

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Kenny Golladay reaching for a ball at WFT blue jerseys
Kenny Golladay reaching for a ball at WFT blue jerseys

In the fourth quarter in the Giants' Thursday night loss to the Washington Football Team, cameras caught an agitated Kenny Golladay yelling on the sideline seemingly at Daniel Jones.

However, Golladay admitted that he was actually yelling at offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.

Jones said after Thursday's game that whatever beef there was was squashed, and Golladay said that was the case.

“Me and him spoke right after the game – it was nothing," he said.

It was a back and forth game all night, and the Giants settled for plenty of field goals, as the $72 million receiver had five targets in the second half.

Golladay admitted he was upset with a costly drop, and said it was the first time he had ever yelled at a coach like that, saying he "let the emotions get the best of [him]."

He wouldn't say exactly why he was upset, but said it had nothing to do with his role in the offense.

"Not so much [get me the ball more]. It was pretty much just me just talking to JG a little bit. That’s two competitive guys right there, and more so just me wanting to do anything I can. Not so much give me the ball more, though...

“I’m happy with the role. I’m getting put into some tough situations and gotta make some tough catches, and that’s all I can ask for.”

Golladay finished with just three catches for 38 yards in the loss, a few days after he had four catches for 64 yards in Week 1 against the Denver Broncos.