Patriots QB Bailey Zappe gets real on benching Mac Jones



With both Mac Jones and Brian Hoyer left out, rookie QB Bailey Zappe has opened up about the prospect of getting his first NFL start.

Billy Zappy
© Stacy Revere / Getty ImagesBilly Zappy

The New England Patriots He almost managed to create a major upset despite losing his two best midfielders. Rookie QB Billy Zappy took after Brian Hoyer – which started because of Mac JonesInjured ankle – suffered a head injury.

Zappe handled himself really well in his first bit of real NFL action. He was on standby, controlling, and completed 10 of 15 passes for 99 yards and touchdowns, pushing Green Bay Packers’ Defend and keep them close until overtime.

He now has the chance to start his first NFL career, and who knows? so take over Mac Jones, Who hasn’t looked so good this season. However, he’s really not thinking about any of that right now.

NFL News: Billy Zappy isn’t thinking about starting or being a backup

“Really, I just treat it like every two weeks. I prepare every day as if I had my last three or four weeks,” “Merloni, Fauria, and Mego,” said the rookie on WEEI. I I’ll continue to work with my teammates, work with my coach, keep watching movies, get into the game plan, and prepare for whatever role I have on Sunday.”

Zappe was not pleased with his performance

Apparently Zappe took a page out of Bill Belichick’s book. He claims that he was not happy with the way he played and claimed that he just trying to do his job And what is best for the team:

“Looking back, there were some throws that I felt I could have done,” Zabi said. “Some of the mistakes I made that we saw in the movie, which I’m going to keep working on in practice, I’m going to keep getting better.”

“Just to keep doing my job,” Zappe has been added. “Get the ball for the playmakers, let them do what they do best in space and keep keeping calm and cool and get together back in there and attack, really, I’m just doing my best for the team.”

All things considered, it would be a huge surprise to see him take over the Mac, which is touted as the QB franchise of the future. But we’ve seen this happen a lot before At least don’t look at it.

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