Aaron Rodgers calls out Jets' offense over sideline spats: 'We need to hold our poise a little better'

Aaron Rodgers was unhappy by what he witnessed in Sunday's game against the New England

Patriots, but it was what he saw on the sidelines of the New York Jets that disturbed him. 

Rodgers, who underwent surgery earlier this month after suffering a season-ending Achilles tear in Week 1, 

stated on "The Pat McAfee Show" Tuesday that his team needs more "poise" after a 1-2 start. 

"This is what teams must endure. Every season has adversity spots. It's happening earlier this year, and people are coming for us.

And there are some heated discussions on the sideline and various other stuff," Rodgers began.

"I think we need to keep our composure a little better, especially offensively." 

 We need to avoid some of those things on the sidelines and be a bit better, and a little

The four-time league MVP was referring to two sideline events that were captured on camera during Sunday's broadcast. 

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