– FOXBOROUGH On offence, the New England Patriots struggled mightily in their 24-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night, which greatly aggravated starting quarterback Mac Jones.

Throw the [expletive] ball, Jones said at one point during the game on Thursday night, as heard on the Amazon Prime broadcast. The short game is [expletive]. [Expletive].”

Jones claimed after the game that he wasn’t focusing his annoyance at a specific person at the time, but rather was attempting to ignite the Patriots’ offence.

Naturally, I just sort of let my feelings get the best of me,” Mac Jones said. We were being goofy behind, and I mentioned throwing the ball deeper in the short game. That portion became clearer to me.

But the short game is what we kept returning to, and it’s profitable. However, I thought that we needed a few plays, so I called it out to kind of get everyone moving. It is emotional. Football is that. This game is really important to me.

You obviously don’t want to allow your feelings to rule your behaviour. However, I believe that is pretty much it. We kind of needed a spark, but it wasn’t directed at anyone; it was just emotion flowing out. Therefore, you need to go out there and make better plays, and that starts with me when you’re playing from behind against a really good team and a good offence.

Mac Jones

“So tonight clearly wasn’t up to par for me, and the only thing you can do is examine the tape to see where we can improve. However, catching up is difficult. We didn’t want to do it for the entire game, and I didn’t do a good enough job of securing an early lead and making it work. A difficult one, but kudos to the Bills for a solid performance.

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Mac Jones and the Patriot’s offence struggled on Thursday, regressing from their performance against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 12 when he had his best performance of the year. Despite only being sacked once, Jones completed 22 of his 36 throws for 195 yards and a touchdown while moving around a lot.

Jones admitted fault for the Patriots’ ongoing offensive difficulties.

Jones responded, “I think it’s accountability. “It all begins with me. I want to receive tougher coaching and want to improve as a player. The coaches have given it their all and put us in a position to succeed.

Since the Patriot’s offence won’t play again until Monday, Dec. 12 against the Arizona Cardinals, they will have a little more time than usual to get their act together.

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