Mac Jones is entitled to be upset by the Patriots offense

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Curran: Mac has the right to be annoyed by Pats offense Original version: NBC Sports Boston

Mac Jones Over the last few games, he has displayed his emotions.

First, let’s talk about New England Patriots quarterback made headlines for his sideline tirade During the team’s Week 13 defeat to the Buffalo Bills. He was angry at the play-calling and how the offense failed to be effective with the short game.

Monday night’s win over The Arizona CardinalsThe Patriots offense received a delay in game penalty very early in the game. They almost had another delay at the end of the second period. Jones was able to get the ball back. let loose with an F-bomb That was clearly heard on the broadcast.

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Tom E. Curran asked you to share your thoughts about Jones’ emotions and you replied. It is a staggering 69.8% of voters that “love” it and feel Jones has every right not to be mad at the Patriots offense.

Curran agrees. Curran agreed. Quick Slants.

“In short, Mac Jones Fighting is the only way to go. Curran said that this is exactly the Patriots’ need during this season. “Urgency has been what the Patriots lack all season. From Bill Belichick’s From Bill’s “this is going to be a while” warnings to the timid game-calling, coaching hires were made for the slow roll in the offensive installation. This year’s team spent the whole season trying to figure it all out.

“Mac Jones was not perfect but he is at least turning up December heat for a team that has a tendency to cool down in the final month of the year. This is what I believe the Patriots need. The second-year quarterback is telling people to not get repeat offenders because they are causing a sour taste in their egos. Do your job, check your ego. This is how it used to be around here.

Jones and Patriots playcaller Matt Patricia dismissed the QB’s edgy moments after Monday’s win. The offense will work to improve their performance ahead of Sunday’s Week 15 meeting at the Patriots with Josh McDaniels (ex-pats offensive coordinator) and the Las Vegas Raiders.

Below is the complete episode of Quick Slants with Curran and Kay Adams.

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