It’s the Halloween season, so of course New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold was going to see more ghosts.

Jacksonville Jaguars’ mascot Jaxon de Ville made sure that Darnold saw at least one ghost as he took his trolling game to a new level on Sunday when the Jags hosted the Jets.

It was just last week that Darnold explained that he was “seeing ghosts” while playing against the New England Patriots, one of the best NFL defenses of all time, likely meaning that defensive players were popping out of nowhere to cause havoc.

With that one sound byte, fans were having a fun with it. However, Jacksonville’s mascot had a field day with it by getting into the Halloween spirit by wearing a costume for the game. And there was only one choice of costume to wear for the game, a GHOST.

However, the costume wasn’t the only thing that the Jaguars did to remind Darnold that he was seeing dead people. They upped their trolling game, or ghost trolls, by showing a Darnold lowlights video from the game on their videoboard all set to the theme song from the movie ‘Ghostbusters.’

Even the players got into it as it was reported that many of the Jags defensive players had planned to yell “Boo” at Darnold throughout the game.

And yes, the fans got into it as well. Some dressed up like ghosts while another paid for a plane to pull a banner over TIAA Bank Field that read, “Gardner Minshew ain’t afraid of no ghost! #Duuuval!”

Darnold didn’t seemed too fazed by it all though, completing eight of nine passes for 104 yards and a touchdown in the first quarter. That was more production in that quarter than in all of the previous week’s game against the Patriots.

To his credit, Darnold said he wasn’t bothered by the troll job, "It is what it is," Darnold said. "It didn't affect me. It's just a silly thing for social media and fans to be able to try to use against you. But for me, I was just playing bad because I did. I wasn't executing out there, wasn't throwing balls where they needed to be. It wasn't about that though."

He also stated that he didn’t view the Jaguars’ antics as classless.

You have to hand it to the 22-year old QB, he handled the whole situation around the ghost comments and the trolling better than probably some veteran players could, and much better than any normal 22-year old would.

With Halloween on Thursday night, can you imagine the number of ghosts that will be visiting Darnold’s front door looking for candy?

Someday this whole ghost comment situation will blow over and all we will remember is that other infamous Jets video that will live on forever, Mark Sanchez’s butt fumble.