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"Mac m***********g beefcake Jones" - NFL fans in awe of Patriots QB's incredible physique 

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New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones has been working hard this offseason. A picture of him recently surfaced online showcasing his impressive physique. From the picture, it looks like he's added some muscle and definition to his frame this offseason.

This is no photoshop. @MacJones_10 looks like he’s been eating his spinach this summer. JACKED 👀#Patriots fans have to love this. No sophomore slump, please. https://t.co/AjfaAY7yS4

The former Crimson Tide quarterback certainly looks in better shape than he has in a while. Fans on social media were quick to react to Jones' physique, with most expressing awe.

@CourtneyFallon_ @MacJones_10 If he doesn’t have his shirt off, he ain’t that jacked.
@CourtneyFallon_ @MacJones_10 He looks like a man this year. Kinda crazy the work he's put in.
@CourtneyFallon_ @MacJones_10 Had my doubts , but I hope Mac crush it this upcoming season….

One user joked that he could only be considered "jacked" if he grew a mustache.

@CourtneyFallon_ @MacJones_10 Not until he grows a mustache

One user said Jones had beaten out Josh Allen at least in one aspect of the game.

Josh Allen could never twitter.com/courtneyfallon…
Wow. I thought it was Gronk!! twitter.com/courtneyfallon…
It’s almost football season twitter.com/courtneyfallon…
@MacJones_10 still best QB in draft twitter.com/CourtneyFallon…

Mac Jones looks to kick on after lighting up the NFL in his rookie season

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AFC Wild Card Playoffs - New England Patriots v Buffalo Bills

Mac Jones was drafted 15th overall in the 2021 NFL draft by the New England Patriots. He was the fifth quarterback taken in the draft, behind Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Trey Lance, and Justin Fields. Despite that, he had the best rookie season of any quarterback in the class.

He was the only rookie to lead his team to the playoffs. He started all 17 games for the Patriots last season, and compiled an impressive 10-7 record. He completed 352 out of 521 passing attempts for 3,801 yards, and threw for 22 touchdowns to just 13 interceptions. He also showcased his ability to run with the ball, adding 129 rushing yards.

He led all rookie quarterbacks in yards, touchdowns, and completion percentage last season.

After guiding his team to the playoffs, the quarterback came up short against the Buffalo Bills in the wildcard round.

With an impressive rookie season under his belt, he will be looking to make a giant leap in his second season under center.


Edited by James Meyers
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