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Mac Jones Makes Opinion On New Offense Extremely Clear

Over the past few days, reports of concerns with the New England Patriots offense and Mac Jones' performance have been growing louder. With longtime offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels gone, the Patriots appear to be struggling with their offensive identity. However, Mac Jones doesn't appear to be too concerned. Following practice...
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Mac Jones Has Blunt Response To Patriots' Offensive Struggles

It's been an ugly training camp for Mac Jones and the New England Patriots offense so far. Luckily, the second-year quarterback still has a few weeks to get things figured out. When asked about his and the offense's struggles this week, Jones made it clear he's "going to figure it...
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Mac Jones: "I'm gonna figure it out"

BOSTON -- There's been no way of sugarcoating the fact that the new Patriots' offense has looked rough in the early goings of training camp. But quarterback Mac Jones isn't worried.As Jones sees it, the offense just needs a 2 percent improvement before it's really firing on all cylinders."Yeah I think every day you watch the film, and it's that 2 percent like I was talking about," Jones said Tuesday after practice in Foxboro. "We're close and we just gotta get there and buy in and trust it and just what we're supposed to do and just do our job."While...
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Mac Jones, Patriots continue to struggle with new offensive coaches | THE HERD

More reporters are expressing their concerns over the New England Patriots' offensive staff and game plan as Mac Jones is reportedly continuing to struggle. While Week 1 is a month away, this brings up concerns on Bill Belichick's mentality, including defensive coordinator Matt Patricia calling offensive plays. Colin Cowherd expresses his concerns for Belichick potentially sabotaging the team.

Christian Barmore, David Andrews fight at Patriots practice, Mac Jones almost winds up at bottom of pile

FOXBOROUGH — On a day where the temperature felt like 102 degrees on the backfields at Gillette Stadium, tempers finally boiled over. In an 11-on-11 period, a fight broke out between David Andrews and Christian Barmore, with the entire offense and defense swarming and whistles screeching. An earnest Mac Jones was among those trying to break up the fight, and as the scrum spun, the quarterback almost wound up at the bottom of the pile before Nelson Agholor pulled him away.

New England Patriots 2022 NFL betting preview: Mac Jones primed for strange second year

Leading up to the 2022 NFL season, Post Action Betting will release a gambling preview for all 32 teams in the National Football League, covering the schedule, predictions, win total, over/under picks and prop bets for every team. Today, we will cover the New England Patriots. Be sure to check out our New Orleans Saints preview, published yesterday. New England Patriots (+4000 to win Super Bowl, BetMGM) 2021 record: 10-7, 2nd in NFC East After missing the postseason in 2020, the New England Patriots returned to the playoffs last season, thanks to the play of their rookie quarterback Mac Jones. However, a 47-17 loss...
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Mac Jones reportedly struggling 'far more' than last summer | FIRST THINGS FIRST

The 2022 NFL season is just one month away and it appears that Mac Jones has some extra work to do. A report out of the New England Patriots' camp says that the second-year QB is making headlines for his apparent struggles. Patriots beat writer Mike Giraldi tweeted quote: 'Mac Jones had some moments of uncertainty a year ago in training camp but not nearly as much as you would expect for a rook. This summer? Far more. Yes, it is August. There's time. However, the install started back in the spring and you'd like to see more comfort and success.' Nick Wright explains why Patriots fans should be 'greatly concerned' for New England.

Kyle Shanahan: 49ers were ‘locked in’ on Trey Lance and Mac Jones leading to 2021 draft

San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan joined the I Am Athlete podcast and was asked about the process leading to the team selecting quarterback Trey Lance with the No. 3 overall draft pick last year. There was a lot of speculation surrounding who the 49ers were looking to draft after trading up from the No. 12 spot. Many felt Shanahan had targeted quarterback Mac Jones, while many fans scoffed at the idea.