UFC announcer and Patriots fans share an honest Mac Jones


Mac Jones, New England Patriots, QB

The talented man of play by play in the UFC, John Annick, happens to be a smart and hard-nosed fan of the New England Patriots. Anik is not a big fan of Mac Jones.

Anik appeared on Barstool Sports’ Pardon My Take, where he discussed the Patriots and Jones. Annick dubbed Jones the “men’s leader,” but he also described the “C-arm” quarterback and a lack of outstanding talent.

In short, Annick says Jones “isn’t the guy.”

Take a look at the full clip below.

For the record, Annick does not have zappy fever. He doesn’t think New England has a quarterback franchise in the rookie from Western Kentucky.

If Anik is right, the Patriots need to seriously consider the draft as they try to find the next true quarterback. New England probably won’t have a chance to get Bryce Young of Alabama or Carlos Stroud of Ohio. If they want to take a stab at another rising midfielder, they may have to grab one in the later rounds.

Also, Bill Belichick is never one to tank. Don’t expect him to ignore the opportunity to add a veteran signal caller that he thinks gives him a better chance of winning matches.

On the NFL: Tom Brady says he has no regrets about coming back

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl the first year Tom Brady left the Patriots at free agency. Since then, it looks like both Brady and the Patriots would have been better off if they had been reunited.

The Patriots don’t seem to have solved the quarterback problem. Brady appears to have run out of a talented veteran offensive weapon that he can use his influence to join him in in Tampa Bay.

The 2022 season marks the lowest point for a Hall-of-Famer future. The Bucs are sadly number one in the NFC South, but they’re 4-5 and look nothing like a Super Bowl opponent.

Given how the season is going and in light of Brady’s recent divorce from his wife Gisele Bundchen, he was asked if he regretted returning to the NFL after announcing his retirement earlier this year.

Brady wasted no time in answering: “Zero. No, absolutely no.”

Brady, 45, may be ready to call it a career after this season, but he’s not talking about his future plans at the moment. He may have been enjoying what could be his last game as an NFL player.

About the NFL: The Top 10 Starters in the Half-Season Mark

Which NFL rookie had the best first half of the 2022 season?

According to Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com, New York Jets Cornerback Sauce Gardner tops the list. New Orleans Saints wide receiver Chris Olaf follows. The rest of the list includes:

Seattle Seahawks Cornback, Tariq Wallen, Houston Texans running back Damon Pierce, Gates wide receiver Garrett Wilson, Seahawks running back Kenneth Walker, Detroit Lions rushing Aidan Hutchinson, Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Devin Lloyd, edge receiver Travon Walker and receiver Atlanta Falcons Drake London.

Here’s a look at the graphic released by the NFL:

Had this list been released about three weeks ago, the Patriots’ Cool String might have been included. Unfortunately, he’s played poorly in the past two weeks – being benched in each of the last two games.

Maybe he can get things back on track before the end of the season.


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