Todd Bowles and the Jets were critical of officials after Sunday's 44-38 overtime loss to the Packers at MetLife Stadium.
"I thought we were playing two teams," the Jets head coach told reporters after Sunday's game. "I thought we were playing the Packers and the striped shirts."
The Jets were flagged 16 times for 172 yards in the game, while Green Bay was called for 10 penalties for 86 yards.
Save the Packers' kneel down to end regulation, they scored touchdowns on their final three drives of the game as they overcame a 35-20 fourth-quarter deficit.
In those three touchdown drives, the Jets were flagged six times, including back-to-back defensive pass interference penalties with almost 6 minutes remaining that set up a 1-yard Aaron Rodgers touchdown rush that made it 35-30.
One of those penalties was called on safety Jamal Adams, who took to Twitter to voice his displeasure when seeing a replay.
YUP, UNBELIEVABLE!!! https://t.co/85nJRpfKL0- Jamal Adams (@TheAdamsEra) December 23, 2018
"YUP, UNBELIEVABLE!!!" he tweeted.
In overtime, Trumaine Johnson was called for defensive pass interference on a third-and-10 that then set Green Bay up at the Jets 27-yard line. Five plays later, Buster Skrine was called for pass interference on second-and-10 from the 13, and two plays later Rodgers threw the game-winning 16-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams.
"I haven't seen anything like in 18, 19 years in the league," Bowles told reporters. "... I'm sure I'm getting fined already, so i care not to say anything more. But something has to be done about that. That's ridiculous."