Julian Edelman is sick and tired of Mac Jones’ “pissy faces.”

Julian Edelman is sick and tired of Mac Jones’ “pissy faces.”

Julian Edelman is no longer amused by Mac Jones’ facial expressions.

During an appearance on “Inside the NFL” on Paramount+, the Patriots legend criticized Jones for his part in New England’s Sunday loss to the Raiders in the last minute.

“The season is in jeopardy. “You’ve got to trip him,” Edelman said, referring to Jones’ effort on the final play, which led to the Patriots’ double-lateral turnover due to bad decision-making.

The ball, which receiver Jakobi Meyers attempted to throw backwards to quarterback Chandler Jones, was intercepted by Raiders defensive end Chandler Jones, who then returned it for the game-winning score. Jones appeared powerless as he attempted a critical tackle and collapsed to the ground. Then he sat on the field when the Raiders won the game 30-24.

When fellow “Inside the NFL” guest Brandon Marshall stated that Mac Jones never practices tackling, Julian Edelman elaborated on the quarterback’s between-plays manner.

“You know what, he also doesn’t practice the antics after games, such as waving off coaches and making angry faces. Edelman stated, “It’s as if he doesn’t practice that, yet he does it.” Why are you unable to make the tackle? It’s awful.”

Mac Jones reacts to the Patriots’ loss to the Raiders at Allegiant Stadium on December 18, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The three-time Super Bowl champion had an angry reaction to the loss while attending the game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, where Edelman made his remarks.

After witnessing New England’s shocking collapse, the former Patriots receiver, who was seated in a private suite, uttered the F-bomb.

“Why the f–k are we doing this?” Edelman exclaimed in a Twitter-shared video clip. “What are our actions?”

Mac Jones reacts after a play during the second half of the Patriots’ game against the Raiders on December 18, 2022 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

It was an appropriate response after seeing his old team squander a chance to force overtime in the final three seconds of a 24-24 tie game. The setback damaged the Patriots’ chances of making the playoffs, reducing them to 7-7.

Jones has been heavily criticized for the offensive struggles of New England. The Patriots have not, however, questioned their quarterback.

On Saturday, the Patriots host the Bengals.

 

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