Chargers coach Brandon Staley was not happy about Joey Bosa’s costly penalties.

After the game, Staley said that Bosa was frustrated by several things but noted he needs to maintain composure.

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“I think he was frustrated,” Staley told reporters, per ProFootballTalk. “I think he felt like there were a bunch of things that kind of accumulated throughout the game and tried to talk through it with the officials. But we can’t lose our composure like that. We need to make sure that we stay on the high side of things and we can’t hurt the team that way.”

The 1st penalty came when Bosa appeared to be held by Jawaan Taylor, but holding was not called. Bosa approached referee Shawn Smith and said something that elicited a strong response from Smith. The 2nd penalty came as Bosa slammed his helmet after another perceived missed call.

The penalties by Bosa contributed to a massive comeback by the Jaguars. At halftime, the Chargers had a 27-7 lead. In the 2nd half, the Jaguars outscored the Chargers 24-3 to sneak away with a 31-30 win. The win was the 3rd-largest comeback in playoff history.