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Passing Yards
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Jan 8, 2023 243 3 3 75.3 21
Jan 1, 2023 204 2 0 98.5 20
Dec 24, 2022 240 2 0 105.6 21
Dec 18, 2022 112 0 0 52.1 7
Dec 12, 2022 235 0 1 75.3 7

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2022 2997 14 11 102 1 18713.4
2021 3801 22 13 129 26815.8
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Season over after Week 18 loss

    Jones completed 26 of 40 passes for 243 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions in Sunday's 35-23 loss to the Bills. He added five yards on four rushing attempts. Jones tossed a pair of game-tying two-yard touchdowns in the first half, finding Jakobi Meyers in the first quarter and DeVante Parker in the second. He was intercepted at Buffalo's two-yard line in the third quarter, then found Parker for a 26-yard touchdown in the fourth before throwing away the Patriots' playoff hopes with interceptions on each of New England's final two drives. New England's Jones-led passing game held back an otherwise talented roster in his second season, but the 2021 first-round pick remains the front-runner for the team's starting quarterback job in 2023. Across 14 starts, Jones posted a 14:11 TD:INT while falling three passing yards shy of 3,000.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Pair of touchdowns in big win

    Jones completed 20 of 33 passes for 203 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Patriots' 23-21 win over the Dolphins on Sunday. He also rushed three times for one yard. Jones was able to put together a clean performance to help the Patriots even their record at 8-8 and remain in contention for a postseason spot. Forced to operate without both DeVante Parker (concussion) and Jonnu Smith (concussion), Jones spread the ball around to six targets overall, with 11 of his 20 completions going to Hunter Henry and Jakobi Meyers. The second-year signal-caller hit Tyquan Thornton (seven yards) and Meyers (one yard) for his two touchdowns, the second capping off a clutch 11-play, 89-yard march that took over five minutes off the clock in the fourth quarter and extended a thin 16-14 lead at the time. Jones heads into a critical Week 18 road matchup against the Bills with back-to-back two-touchdown-pass tallies for the first time all season.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Bounces back in Week 16 loss

    Jones completed 21 of 33 passes for 240 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions and netted minus-1 yard on one rush attempt in the Patriots' 22-18 loss to the Bengals on Saturday. Jones put together much better numbers than during his forgettable Week 15 performance against the Raiders, although ultimately, the end result was another loss for New England. The second-year signal-caller found his most success when targeting Kendrick Bourne (6-100-1), though he continued to display strong chemistry with Jakobi Meyers (6-83-1) as well. Jones will look to improve on Saturday's solid numbers in a favorable Week 17 home matchup against the Dolphins on Sunday, Jan. 1.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Struggles in Sunday's loss

    Jones completed 13 of 31 passes for 112 yards in Sunday's 30-24 loss to the Raiders. He added 10 yards on four carries. Jones simply couldn't get anything going through the air against a suspect Las Vegas secondary, setting a season low in passing yards for a full game, but New England's running game and defense kept the team in the contest until a shocking final play that resulted in a game-winning defensive score for former Patriot Chandler Jones. Jones the quarterback has failed to reach 200 yards in four of the last seven games, making him a very risky fantasy option in Week 16 against a Bengals defense that just forced Tom Brady to commit five turnovers.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Serviceable numbers in road win

    Jones completed 24 of 35 passes for 235 yards with no touchdowns and one interception in the Patriots' 27-13 win over the Cardinals on Monday night. He also netted minus-1 yards on five rush attempts and fumbled once but recovered. Jones put together solid numbers overall, but his night was a disappointment from a fantasy perspective given that he had no hand in any of his team's touchdowns. The second-year signal-caller's one interception came at New England's 41-yard line and set up a Cardinals field goal, but Jones otherwise stayed out of his team's way while the running game and defense shouldered a heavy load against an Arizona squad that lost Kyler Murray to a likely serious knee injury on the third offensive play. Jones next takes aim at a vulnerable Raiders secondary in a Week 15 road matchup.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Sneaky Sleeper (Lineup Decisions)

    Trusting Mac Jones is difficult to do, particularly if his top receiver, Jakobi Meyers, does not play in the game. But there's upside here given how bad the Cardinals defense has played. Plus, the Patriots know they stunk on offense last week, they should be focused to bounce back this week. We know Jones can play well, we all saw it on Thanksgiving. I'd give Jones a shot over Deshaun Watson, Ryan Tannehill and Tyler Huntley.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Week 14 Waiver Priority List

    I don't have much faith in Jones, mostly because of the Patriots offensive system, and Jakobi Meyers (head) might be out, but Jones does have a good matchup against the Cardinals. Arizona has allowed five of the past six opposing quarterbacks to score at least 24 Fantasy points, but Jones has one game this season with more than 15 Fantasy points this season. You can take a look at Jones in deeper leagues for 1 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Underwhelming numbers in loss

    Jones completed 22 of 36 passes for 195 yards with one touchdown and no interception in the Patriots' 24-10 loss to the Bills on Thursday night. He also rushed three times for seven yards and committed a fumble that was recovered by New England. Jones fell short of the 200-yard mark for the third time in the last five games on a night that was critical to the Patriots' playoff hopes. The second-year signal-caller did extend his interception-less streak to four contests, but after some modest early success New England failed to garner any points on six consecutive possessions until a 17-play, 57-yard march in the fourth quarter after the Pats were already down 17 points. What's more, that march ended in a meaningless field goal when Jones threw three incompletions and took a sack on the last four plays after getting down to the Bills' 15-yard line. Jones' play and that of the entire offense will undoubtedly be the subject of plenty of scrutiny going into a Week 14 road interconference clash against the Cardinals on Monday night, Dec. 12.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Season-high yardage total in loss

    Jones completed 28 of 39 passes for 382 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Patriots' 33-26 loss to the Vikings on Thursday night. He also fumbled once but recovered. Jones put together his most productive day of the season yardage-wise in the losing effort while completing four passes of greater than 30 yards. The second-year signal-caller hit Nelson Agholor and Hunter Henry for his pair of touchdown passes, and he had a second one to the latter reversed on replay as well. Nevertheless, the multi-score tally was Jones' first of the season, and he's now thrown for an impressive 628 yards over his last two outings. Jones will be right be back in action next Thursday night for key primetime divisional home clash against the Bills.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Victorious in defensive battle

    Jones completed 23 of 27 passes for 246 yards and rushed twice for three yards in Sunday's 10-3 win over the Jets. Jones didn't produce a touchdown, but he didn't turn the ball over, either. He led the Patriots down the field for a field goal to open the scoring early in the second quarter, but Jones took an ill-timed sack on the following drive that proved significant, as Nick Folk's field-goal attempt on the next play clanked off the crossbar to keep the score tied at three. While Jones was accurate, his dinking and dunking failed to generate any more points against New York's defense. That didn't matter, as New England scored a punt return touchdown in the final seconds to win it. The Patriots improved to 6-4 heading into a Thanksgiving Day trip to Minnesota.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Not asked to do much in win

    Jones completed 20 of 30 passes for 147 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions in Sunday's 26-3 win over the Colts. Jones played mistake-free, as he didn't turn the ball over and managed the Patriots' offense effectively. His lone touchdown came on a three-yard pass to Rhamondre Stevenson, and he connected with Hunter Henry and Jonnu Smith for lengthy gains of 30 and 24 yards. In two full games since returning from an ankle injury, Jones has combined to throw for 341 yards, two touchdowns and one interception while averaging 5.2 yards per attempt.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Controversial flag erases pick-six

    Jones completed 24 of 35 passes for 194 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Sunday's 22-17 win over the Jets. He added 19 yards on seven rushing attempts. Jones benefited from a quintessential Jets-Patriots moment late in the first half, as a controversial roughing the passer penalty erased a would-be pick-six that would have put the Jets up 17-3. New England instead got its second field goal on that drive to take a 10-6 deficit into the locker room. On the preceding possession, a questionable Jets unnecessary roughness penalty helped New England drive down to New York's 21-yard line, but Jones threw incomplete on 4th-and-1. Jones got a far better result on 4th-and-1 early in the third, finding Jakobi Meyers for a five-yard touchdown to take the lead. New England's defense led the way from there as the Patriots improved to 4-4. Jones was more lucky than good in this one, but he likely did enough to keep backup Bailey Zappe on the bench in Week 9 against the Colts.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Puts in full week of practice

    Jones is dealing with numbness in the toes on his left foot, but he was a full participant in practice all week and will start Sunday's game against the Jets, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. The toe numbness is likely related to the left high-ankle sprain that sidelined Jones for Weeks 3 through 6 before he returned to action for the Patriots' 33-14 loss to the Bears in Week 7. Jones started in the loss Monday, but he was replaced by Bailey Zappe after he threw an interception on his 16th and final snap of the night. According to the report, the lingering toe numbness didn't affect Jones in his on-field prep this week, and he's expected to have a longer leash Sunday now that he's further removed from the ankle sprain and after Zappe committed three turnovers in relief of Jones on Monday.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Off injury report and starting

    Jones is slated to start Sunday's game against the Jets, Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald and Field Yates of ESPN report. Moreover, Jones isn't listed on the Patriots' Week 8 injury report, which suggests that the quarterback isn't expected to have any restrictions Sunday after missing Weeks 4 through 6 due to an ankle sprain. In his return from a three-game absence in Monday's 33-14 loss to the Bears, Jones started and completed three of six passes for 13 yards and a pick and ran three times for 24 yards before giving way to Bailey Zappe. Following the Week 7 contest, head coach Bill Belichick declined to confirm the team's starting quarterback for the game against the Jets, but after taking the bulk of the Patriots' first-team reps in practice Wednesday, Jones is in line to get the nod.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: On track for Week 8 start

    Jones took about 90 percent of the Patriots' first-team quarterback reps at practice Wednesday and is in line to start Sunday against the Jets, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Though head coach Bill Belichick has thus far declined to confirm the team's Week 8 starter, Jones is slated to retain the assignment while Bailey Zappe opens Sunday's contest as the Patriots' No. 2 signal caller. Jones has been working his way back from an ankle injury, so there's still a decent chance his name will appear on Wednesday's injury report.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Week 8 QB plans TBD

    Coach Bill Belichick declined to confirm either Jones or Bailey Zappe as his starting QB for Week 8 following Monday's 33-14 loss to the Bears, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. In his return from a three-game absence, Jones completed only three of six passes for 13 yards and a pick and ran three times for 24 yards before giving way to Zappe. Reiss indicates the Patriots planned to play both QBs on Monday, with Jones' recovery from a high-ankle sprain factoring into that approach. Meanwhile, Belichick suggested that the 2021 first-rounder would have returned to the contest in the second half had the score been closer. Until there's added clarity here via practice reports, Jones looks like a risky fantasy option ahead of Sunday's kickoff against the 5-2 Jets.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Benched early in loss

    Jones completed three of his six passes for 13 yards and an interception in Monday's 33-14 loss to the Bears. He added three rushes for 24 yards. Jones returned from a three-game absence caused by a high-ankle sprain and got off to a lackluster start. He was ultimately benched after throwing an interception deep in Bears' territory early in the second quarter. Bailey Zappe entered in his place and immediately led the Patriots' offense to two scoring drives, though he cooled down quite a bit across the final two quarters of the game. Jones managed to hold onto his starting role while rehabbing his high ankle sprain, but there may now be a true quarterback controversy in New England. At a minimum, it's unclear whether Jones or Zappe will get the call as the starter in a pivotal Week 8 matchup against the Jets.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Slated to start Monday

    Coach Bill Belichick confirmed that Jones (ankle) is slated to start Monday night's game against the Bears, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Jones thus is back as the Patriots' starting quarterback following a three-game absence due to a high left-ankle sprain, though Evan Lazar of the team's official site relays that there's been some speculation backup Bailey Zappe could also potentially take some snaps in the contest. In any case, those who waited things out on Jones all the way up to Monday's kickoff are slated get some level of Week 7 fantasy production from the 2021 first-rounder.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Expected to start Monday

    Jones (ankle) remains listed as questionable but is expected to start Monday's game against the Bears, barring a setback while warming up, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports. Jones has missed the Patriots' last three games due to a high-ankle sprain, but he looks like he's on track to put an end to the streak of absences. Official confirmation on his status won't arrive until the Patriots' inactive list is posted 90 minutes prior to Monday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff. Ideally, those considering Jones in Week 7 fantasy lineups would have Bailey Zappe or Chicago's Justin Fields available as potential replacements.
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  • Patriots' Mac Jones: Takes first-team reps

    Jones (ankle), who is listed a questionable for Monday night's game against the Bears, took the bulk of the first-team reps in Saturday's practice, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Jones has missed the Patriots' last three games with a high left ankle sprain. This report would seem to indicate he will start Monday's game, but his status is still uncertain. New England's starting quarterback may not be known until kickoff, with Bailey Zappe set to start if Jones is out again.
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