PHOTOS: NFL Fans Are In Stitches Over Priceless Photoshoot Of Mac Jones In New Jaguars Uniform

Mac Jones looking on before game.

Mac Jones (Photo by Chris Unger/Getty Images)
NFL fans are in stitches over a priceless photoshoot of Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Mac Jones with a fancy car.

Back in March, the Jaguars acquired Mac Jones from the New England Patriots in exchange for a 2024 sixth-round draft pick. Jones lost his starting job to Bailey Zappe in the 2023 season, giving the 2021 first-round pick a much-needed change of scenery in Duval County.

On X/Twitter, Jones posted some images of a photoshoot of himself holding a football in front of a luxurious vehicle. He used the caption “281-330-8004”: That number references a lyric in Mike Jones’ 2005 song “Back Then.”

Football fans couldn’t help but rack up the jokes on Mac Jones and his hysterical photoshoot:

Jones won’t be replacing Trevor Lawrence as the Jacksonville Jaguars’ starting quarterback in 2024, but there’s no doubt that he’s happy with his new location. After all, the former Alabama star was born in Jacksonville and attended the city’s Bolles School.

Mac Jones Gets The Fresh Start He Desperately Needs

It was obvious that Mac Jones needed a fresh start after his forgettable last year in New England. Bill Belichick failed to build a quality supporting cast around Jones, and he ruined the QB’s development by making Joe Judge and Matt Patricia his co-offensive play-callers in 2022.

In 2023, Belichick struck out again on the OC position when he brought back old friend Bill O’Brien to run the offense. The Patriots’ dismal 4-13 finish prompted the Patriots to part ways with the legendary coach, a clear-cut reminder that the struggles in 2023 weren’t entirely on Jones.

Jones may only see snaps in garbage time behind Lawrence in 2024, but there’s nothing wrong with learning behind a star QB and a top offensive-minded coach in Doug Pederson. Jones is eligible to enter free agency in 2025, giving him the ideal opportunity to revive his career after a year away from New England.