It looked like he was annoyed at his postgame presser, which was just three seconds of him standing at the podium, taking a deep breath, and the turning and walking out of the room.
According to reporters, it was because no one was there to ask a question:
Tom Savage conducted interviews in the locker room and was a stand-up guy who was accountable for his play. The media wasn't in the press room when he entered. We were in the locker room. He stayed at his locker, though, and made sure he spoke with us before it closed— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) November 28, 2017
But it’d be understandable if the quarterback wasn’t ready to patiently wait for reporters.
In the fourth quarter of the loss, with two chances to drive the field and get the Texans back in the game, Savage fumbled and threw an interception.
He was honest about how he felt afterward:
Tom Savage: "I'm really frustrated to be honest with you. There's really no words for it. I don't want to go out there and throw picks. That's not my goal. I'm going out there trying to make a play."— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) November 28, 2017
The pair of turnovers locked up the win for the Ravens and dropped Savage’s record to 2-5 as a starter for the Texans. He threw for 252 yards Monday, but had no touchdowns and two interceptions.