Jets QB Explains What He Meant by 'Seeing Ghosts' Against Patriots Defense

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Jets QB Explains What He Meant by 'Seeing Ghosts' Against Patriots Defense
Jets QB Explains What He Meant by 'Seeing Ghosts' Against Patriots Defense

New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold was caught saying "I'm seeing ghosts" against the New England Patriots defense during the first half of Monday night's 33-0 loss. Darnold was mic'd up for the game, and the ESPN broadcast showed him on the sideline making the surprising admission. The 22-year-old quarterback explained what he meant by the ghosts comment, telling reporters after the game, "When I talk to the coaches, I've just got to be straight up. For me, I've just got to see the field a lot better, that's kinda what that means. It was a rough night out there. Obviously, I've got to be better and learn from the mistakes, but we will get better." Darnold definitely didn't see the field well

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