What was Percy Harvin screaming about?

So what was Percy Harvin screaming about on the sidelines during the Seattle game? All he’ll say is that he was “trying to get things right” with coach Leslie Frazier, and that he wants “to score points.”
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Vikings receiver Percy Harvin was visibly upset with head coach Leslie Frazier after Minnesota settled for a second-quarter field goal in Sunday's 30-20 loss to Seattle. (Watch the video from NFL.com.)

Afterwards, Harvin didn't elaborate what exactly he screamed into Frazier's ear, only that he "was trying to get things right"with the coach.

Frazier also downplayed the sideline episode, saying "we're all trying to come away with touchdowns, instead of field goals."

For Harvin, it was a completely frustrating day, as he finished with just 10 yards on two catches. On top of that, he played the entire game with a nagging hamstring injury and injured his ankle in the fourth quarter.

The Star Tribune writes that Harvin said "I'm fine" when asked about his injuries, but clearly...he wasn't.

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