It has been a disappointing season in New England. The Patriots are on the verge of lacking the playoffs for the second time in three seasons, and quarterback Mac Jones has proven his frustration.
A former Patriot says the second-year quarterback wants to point out “extra poise” because the chief of the crew.
Vince Wilfork, who received two Super Bowls with New England and performed in two others, criticized Jones for not having the ability to management his feelings.
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“I’m bored with [it]. You’re a frontrunner of this crew, you’re a quarterback,” Wilfork advised NBC Sports activities Boston. “You’ll be able to’t be pissed off each single week, each single play. I don’t care should you’re getting the play name in late or no matter it might be …
“At this level, I’m bored with seeing it. I believe a number of different persons are bored with seeing it, and I’m right here to say it: We’re bored with seeing it.”
Wilfork wasn’t the one fornmer Pat essential of Jones. Former receiver Julian Edelman had some harsh phrases too.
“You already know what, he additionally doesn’t apply the antics after performs and waving off coaches and all these little pissy faces and stuff. Like he doesn’t apply that, and he does it,” Edelman stated on “Inside The NFL,” based on the New York Post.
Jones has performed it off as ardour, however clearly Wilfork and Edelman disagree.
The Pats, when Tom Brady was round, made the playoffs in all however one season he performed — not together with 2008 when he tore his ACL in Week 1. So, after all, it is unfamiliar territory for New Englanders.
Wilfork and Edelman’s feedback come after the Patriots suffered an embarrassing loss after a stunning play.
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With the sport tied at 24, three seconds left on the clock and the Pats at their very own 45-yard line in a sport Sunday towards the Las Vegas Raiders, the Pats may have run the clock out to ship the sport into extra time. As a substitute, Jones handed the ball off to Rhamondre Stevenson, who discovered a gap.
Nevertheless, Stevenson lateraled to Jakobi Meyers to attempt to come away with a miracle. Meyers then launched a backward cross that was intercepted by Raiders edge rusher (and former Patriot) Chandler Jones, who took it 48 yards to the top zone for a walk-off 30-24 victory.
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The Pats are 7-7 and on the surface trying in on the playoffs because the eighth seed. The Miami Dolphins maintain the seventh and remaining spot at 8-6.