Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin lashed out on the sideline of during the first half of the Seahawks-Giants game Sunday as Seattle struggled to score.

During the game broadcast, Baldwin was shown yelling at teammates.

710 ESPN Seattle's Danny O'Neil posted video of the exchange on Twitter.

Baldwin, who used to frequently be called "Angry Doug Baldwin" appeared to push offensive line coach Tom Cable with one hand and grabbed the jersey of quarterback Russell Wilson with the other.

Several offensive linemen and head coach Pete Carroll were facing Baldwin.

The Seahawks struggled mightily to score in the first half. Tight end Jimmy Graham dropped fourth-down pass in the end zone, ending a nearly nine-minute drive. Graham also dropped a wide open pass later in the half. Running back Thomas Rawls fumbled, leading to the Giants' lone first-half touchdown and dropped another pass. The offensive line struggled to protect Wilson as the Seahawks went into the locker room down 7-3 at the half.

Baldwin addressed the outburst after the game, saying he was frustrated with the problems on both sides of the ball and he wanted his teammates to take accountability. He said he wishes he had done it a different way.

"I lost my cool. It's 100 percent my fault," Baldwin said, indicating his frustration was with the players, not the coaching staff. "I love Cable to death. Me and Cable have one of the best relationships from coach to player, so that was 100 percent my fault, and I've already apologized to him."

Baldwin said the basic sentiment he was expressing was, "What are we doing" and teach the young players that it's a process.

"We have all the talent in the world. We have everything we need right here. It's not the playcalling. It's not the Xs and Os. It's not the other team. It's us," Baldwin said.

The Seahawks went on to win 24-7. Baldwin had nine catches for 92 yards and a touchdown.