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Mac's career day went to waste, unfortunately.
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Maybe I'm reading this wrong, Feel free correct me, But he caught the ball right lemme just put a Check next to A? And then his feet hit the ground right, so that covers B. Then in C it says "extend it forward" . I can't help but notice in your post you used the words "I saw him reach for the endzone"
So Excuse me, I just need to go look at the photo and video again, and yeah, hes got the ball, He's got posession, His feet both touched the ground, and then he EXTENDED THE BALL OVER THE GOAL LINE.
Our purposes aren't helping us win games. The Vikings meanwhile are one of the contenders in the NFC.I’m saying for our purposes as in, what we are trying to do with who we have. Obviously not as talented as Jefferson compared straight up.
He’s also not a clutch 3rd down receiver like Brown, Welker, Edelman, Amendola. That’s 20 years of moving the chainsMeyers catches a lot of balls, and then instantly goes to the ground. He went straight to the ground at the end with 2 seconds left and no one around him, waiting for someone to come up and touch him down.
I disagree. I think it’s personnel. Tavai and Bentley played a lot. The Vikings have a strong offense. They had their way in the middle of the field where the middle linebackers cover in pass plays.Defense isn’t progressing. They revert back to average or below average when facing qbs not named Wilson or Ellinger or whatever his name is.
Whatever helps the you keep your narrative that it wasn't a touchdown despite the rules and every single person on the planet knowing it actually was a touchdown. there are viking fans saying it's a touchdown. The only people who think it wasn't a touchdown are you, and people who Only want the patriots to lose, regardless. Like the same people who you explain ball pressure to, and instead will just go "they are cheaters I don't care what the truth is"Nope. Doesn't check the box for C. I would expand more but you told me to move along so I'm gonna move along.
That’s actually a well-reasoned take. There’s a difference between being mad then moving on to the next play and letting something continue to bother you. Mac falls into the latter category.Mac played really, really well up until the final few drives. Then the flustered, overwhelmed, anxious Mac came out. Just cannot take the sack he did.
He seemed to be on the verge of an emotional breakdown on a few occasions late following the no-call when he appeared to be facemasked. Red-faced, quivering lip, visibly emotional. Slammed his helmet. I certainly didn’t feel any confidence or poise watching him.
Mac clearly is a talented passer. He clearly cares, a lot. I’m just a bit concerned about his emotional maturity; he seems unsteady and is easily overwhelmed by adversity in big moments. There’s a difference between getting mad and getting upset. Mac gets upset. I want to see him develop thicker skin and play with a more consistent, steady, assured vibe regardless of what is going on around him.
They didn’t lose the game because of Mac, though. That belongs to the special teams and officials.
Yup, Mac Jones had a good game until the game was on the line. Then he crumbled like a house of cards.Mac was ass in the fourth after being straight fire to start
Painful to watch in person