As the Bill Belichick era appears to be coming to an end, the question arises: Will a new quarterback lead the Patriots moving forward?
Patriots quarterback Mac Jones is facing uncertainties about his starting position following a challenging performance against the Colts, which contributed to New England’s 2-8 season record.
“We have a lot of things to work on this week as a team. We’ll work through those,” Belichick said at a press conference Tuesday morning, via ESPN’s Mike Reiss. “That is what we are going to do this week.”
Jones threw a late-game interception, and his struggles have raised questions about his role as the starter. Head coach Bill Belichick is non-committal about Jones’ status for the upcoming game after the bye week, emphasizing the team’s need to address various issues.
Jones has recorded 2,031 passing yards, 10 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions in 10 games this season, with interceptions occurring in nearly every game.
The Patriots will face the Giants on November 26, and Jones’ future as the starting quarterback remains uncertain.