25YO Patriots QB Has the Highest Career Completion Percentage Than Joe Montana, Peyton Manning, & Even GOAT Tom Brady

Published 09/05/2023, 11:07 AM EDT

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Young NFL players are making waves in the league, and one standout example is a 25-year-old New England Patriots quarterback who is outshining legendary names like Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and Joe Montana. After the end of the Brady-Patriots era, Bill Belichick and the team are on a quest, to find a promising replacement for Brady. And now, it seems like Belichick’s long search found a positive end.

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Moreover, Boasting a career completion percentage that eclipses that of Joe Montana, Peyton Manning, and the greatest of all time, Tom Brady’s stats, this 25-year-old quarterback is rewriting the NFL history books. 

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The New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones boasts a career completion percentage of 66.5% and has taken the NFL world by storm. This remarkable feat places him ahead of the three legendary quarterbacks in NFL history, Tom Brady (64.3), Peyton Manning (65.3), and Joe Montana (63.2).

MLFootball’s Twitter account highlighted his remarkable achievement of Mac Jones by writing, “HISTORIC: New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones has a HIGHER career Completion Percentage (66.5) than the 3 GREATEST QBs in #NFL history Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, and Joe Montana.

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Moreover, the Patriots head coach Bill Belichick renowned for his smart football sense, has found a true gem in Mac Jones. With his dedicated approach to stamp his presence in the team, the team’s young quarterback has impressed Belichick with his work ethic, which subsequently safeguarded his place in the team.

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Mac Jones won his place in the New England Patriots team

Coach Bill Belichick initially held back from declaring Jones as the clear QB1, opting instead to create a competitive environment during training camp in 2023. As the summer unfolded, it became apparent that Jones was in a league of his own. He adapted swiftly to Bill O’Brien’s offensive scheme, displaying exceptional decision-making, and timing. Furthermore, Jones’ consistent presence on the field, combined with his unwavering commitment, solidified his position.

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HC Bill Belichick praised Jones for his exceptional work ethic, highlighting his dedication to understanding the offense and elevating his teammates’ productivity. Subsequently, the quarterback’s impressive offseason and training camp performance left no room for doubt in Belichick’s mind. Now, as Mac Jones embarks on his third season with the Patriots, he carries the weight of reviving an offense that faltered in the previous season. As the Patriots prepare to face their first challenge against the Philadelphia Eagles, Jones’ leadership and skills will be put to the test, offering fans hope for a brighter future in New England football.

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