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Mac Jones On Bill Belichick Chewing Him Out: “It Was My Fault”

Reporters at a joint Patriots-Packers workout this week noticed that New England coach Bill Belichick chewed out quarterback Mac Jones at one point. Jones downplayed the matter, but acknowledged that he had done something to deserve it.

Jones said that Belichick was not happy with the Patriots offense not getting the ball in the end zone during the two-minute work and ordered Jones to do it over.

“So we scored on the two-minute drive with a field goal, and then we just wanted to try a situation again,” said Jones. “We just adjusted the situation a bit, I think. That was fun, I guess, but it was my fault. I think it was just a miscommunication between all of us. But it was fine. It was a good learning experience. It’s too hard to explain it in football terms to the media and everything, but it was kind of a nuance, because we were repeating a situation that we just did, you know what I mean? So that’s what we need so both teams can understand the situation, try and practice and then do it again to get it right.

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Belichick often seemed dissatisfied with Jones and has not officially named him the starting quarterback, although Jones is listed as QB1 ahead of Bailey Zappe on the team’s unofficial depth chart.

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