Josh McDaniels has a reputation as a quarterback who doesn’t throw the football much. The man who will soon become the New England Patriots’ head coach, though, found a way to impress his new boss on the very first day of practice.

Josh McDaniels, the new head coach of the New England Patriots, is looking for a new quarterback. The team is looking for a new quarterback. But on Friday, that didn’t matter much to Mac Jones.

The football legacy and entire future of New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels depends on Mac Jones. Jones, a rookie quarterback from Alabama, is the potential successor to Cam Newton – and, by extension, Tom Brady. Although the 15th. Pick has yet to complete a single productive pass for the Patriots, but he’s already found a way to impress his offensive coordinator.

Josh McDaniels praises Mac Jones and his SEC experience

Although Mack Jones only started one full season in college, he destroyed the SEC defense with such precision that the New England Patriots confidently selected him in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft. Jones’ SEC background certainly impressed Josh McDaniels during the selection process. According to NESN, the Patriots’ longtime offensive coordinator said the quarterback’s success under Nick Saban has made the Patriots optimistic about his chances in the NFL. He showed that he could operate at a pretty high level in their system and in their offense, with their terminology. He played in what is widely considered one of the best, if not the best, conferences in all of college football. Josh McDaniels McDaniels talked about how he and the Patriots evaluated Jones before selecting him. To play quarterback, you don’t have to do one thing well, McDaniels said. He certainly stood out in some obvious aspects like throwing the ball, controlling the ball, defending the ball and not harming his football team. There is much to see and digest if you study it.

McDaniels needs Jones to build on his success in the SEC

word-image-1686 word-image-1687 New England Patriots’ new quarterback Mac Jones has already impressed offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels |Gregory Shamus/Getty Images When the 2020 NFL season ended with Tom Brady hoisting the Lombardi Trophy over his head, Bill Belichick and the Patriots sat at home with the proverbial egg on their faces. If Jones does his job well for the Patriots, he will slowly but surely find a towel strong enough to wipe up as many eggs and yolks as possible. That would be good news for McDaniels, a veteran offensive coordinator whose reputation has taken a dent in recent years. Recall that McDaniels agreed to be head coach of the Indianapolis Colts in 2018, but declined at the last minute. Since then, he has remained with the Patriots, leading an offense of inconsistent performances and underachievers. Belichick has backed McDaniels so far, but that dedication needs to translate into points and wins. Last year’s teams scored 353-326 more points than the Patriots and held New England to a 7-9 record. The Patriots are averaging 20.4 points per game, which ranks sixth among NFL teams.

When can Patriots fans expect Jones in the starting lineup instead of Cam Newton?

Cam Newton was first in practice and in the only 7-on-7 period. Mack Jones finished second in the 7-on-7 competition. When the four quarterbacks split up for practice, Newton and Jones stayed together and Josh McDaniels stayed with them. – Phil Perry (@PhilAPerry) May 27, 2021 Belichick and the Patriots re-contracted Newton, the former NFL MVP, for a reason. Even after a disappointing last season, they think this gives them a chance to win games and return to the postseason. Nevertheless, the Patriots are no strangers to taking risks and making bold decisions about the players they put on the field. If Jones plays well enough in the preseason and adjusts well to the NFL, the Patriots could be ready to put him in the starting lineup in Week 1 against the Miami Dolphins. For now, Patriots fans must wait for the 19th pick. November 8, a day after the team played against Matt Ryan and the Falcons on Thursday night. Let’s assume that at the end of the first 11 games, the Patriots are in a position where they have little chance of making the playoffs or are in desperate need of an offensive boost. In that case, Belichick could call on Jones during the 10-day break between games so he can be ready for a home game against the Titans on the 28th. Preparation for the month of November. But as history repeats itself, Patriots fans should perhaps expect Jones to make his first start against the Colts in late December. At the time of going to press, the league had not yet announced whether this match would take place on Saturday, December 18, or the following day. That would be appropriate since Brady began his career for the Patriots in September 2001 against Peyton Manning and the Colts. Like Sportscasting on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @sportscasting19 . COMPARED TO: LeJohnny Manziel just gave Cam Newton a recommendation that has nothing to do with the Patriots’quarterback struggles.

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