Pittsburgh Steelers rookie George Pickens appeared to be frustrated with the lack of targets on one of the team’s drives in the team’s 19-16 win against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.

The wide receiver’s outburst came early in the fourth quarter after wide receiver Diontae Johnson dropped the ball on third down, giving it back to the Falcons. Pickens was seen on the broadcast yelling at coaches to get him the ball.

"Come on, man. Throw me the f---ing ball," he was seen saying.

It wasn’t clear exactly who Pickens was directing his frustration toward. The former Georgia standout came into the game with 36 catches for 510 yards and two touchdowns. His targets could’ve been increased following Chase Claypool’s trade to the Chicago Bears, but he hasn’t gotten more than six since Week 5.