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The Patriots Found A Quarterback

The Patriots Found A Quarterback

Even though the Patriots lost Sunday to the Miami Dolphins. The one positive is the Patriots have found their next quarterback of the future in Mac Jones. I saw him make throws I didn’t see at all in 2020. He fits the offense very well and is what they have been used to for two decades. In my opinion, Jones watched a ton if not all of Tom Brady‘s films to help him get ready for the season. Man, did it pay off? He’s humble, steps into the pocket, and throws darts to receivers for big gains. What a win long-term for Mac Jones and the Patriots.

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When Jones threw his first touchdown pass to Nelson Agholor he sat down on the bench and just kept his head down. He didn’t celebrate or jump up and down, he moved on to the next series. Jones got that from watching all the Brady film over the years. He would always be on the sideline looking at the playbook with McDaniels getting ready for the next series. Honestly, I can’t wait for even more now till the Tampa Bay Buccaneers come to Foxborough in Week 4. After the way, Jones looked today and Brady looked on Thursday, that will be enjoyable entertainment for sure!

The Patriots Have Their Next Quarterback For The Next Decade Plus

PHILADELPHIA, PA – AUGUST 19: Mac Jones #10 of the New England Patriots warms up against the Philadelphia Eagles in the preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field on August 19, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Patriots defeated the Eagles 35-0. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

He’s not Brady but he’s learning how to be a quarterback in the NFL from the greatest to ever do it. He’s in the Patriots playbook and watching Brady film. What is better than that? He’s also got Josh McDaniels who worked with Brady as his offensive coordinator for years too. I’m very excited to see how this season plays out. I’m confident that they will be a playoff team regardless of Sunday’s loss.

Mac Jones has the highest completion percentage (74.4%) of any rookie QB making their 1st NFL start in NFL history. According to NBC Sports Boston. The future is bright for Jones and the Patriots.

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