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Every NFL team needs leaders who will step up in the midst of the tough games, be the energy that feeds the team in highs and the lows, and serve as the face of the franchise. In New England, Mac Jones has stepped into that role as the starting quarterback for the Patriots, and fans have taken note of the feisty signal-caller from the University of Alabama.

With Massachusetts considering whether to allow sports betting, NFL and New England Patriots fans in the state may finally be able to legally wager on players like Jones. Those possibilities range from league MVP to over/unders on passing yards and more.

On this page, we’ll outline some of the various ways you can wager on Mac Jones and how well he is going to perform this season.

This week’s Mac Jones prop odds

If you’re wondering how the oddsmakers are viewing Jones and the Patriots this week, check the Mac Jones player props odds below. Then, if you see betting odds that you are interested in, all you need to do is click on them to head to the appropriate sportsbook, sign up for an account, claim the sports betting welcome bonuses available and place a bet.

Mac Jones MVP odds

He might be young, but Mac Jones has already started making a name for himself within the operation that Bill Belichick and Tom Brady built in New England. He’s energetic, he’s competitive, he’s talented and he isn’t afraid to play in the shadow left by one of the game’s greatest players.

But can Jones win the National Football League MVP award? It’s not unheard of for a young player to take the honor, such as Lamar Jackson in 2019 when he was just 23 years old.

Below you can check out our Mac Jones odds feed for the NFL MVP award. Same as above, you can click on any odds that catch your eye to place a wager at that MA sportsbook site.

Mac Jones NFL passing yards leader odds

Did you know you can place prop bets on how well players perform in the NFL during the regular season? In the case of Jones, you’ll have a few season-long props to choose from, especially in the passing department. From total passing yards to touchdowns to even more specific statistics like completion percentage, you’ll likely find a nice selection.

Check the odds feed below for Mac Jones prop bets. The feed will update automatically, so you can check back to see if there are any new or different numbers.

Mac Jones facts and figures

Mac Jones is easy to cheer for, but how much do you know about him? Here are a few facts about the right-handed QB:

  1. Jones beat out veteran QB Cam Newton for the starting job with the New England Patriots in 2021: Jones might have just been a rookie, but it was clear to the coaching staff that he was the future.
  2. Jones says a DUI was the turning point in his football career: As a freshman at Alabama, Jones was involved in a two-car accident where no one was injured. He failed the sobriety test and received a DUI. A one-game suspension followed, and Jones said it changed his outlook and his approach to life and football.
  3. Alabama wasn’t Jones’ first college choice: After a solid high school career, Jones received 24 Division I scholarship offers. The one he chose? The University of Kentucky. However, he later changed his mind and decided to try his luck on the Crimson Tide roster instead.
  4. Jones started QB training at an early age: The NFL quarterback always had his goals set pretty high, which was apparent when he began training at the NFA Quarterback Academy. At the age of 11, he shifted his training to the DeBartolo Sports University under the guidance of Joe Dickinson, who later worked as the Buffalo Bills’ quarterback consultant.

Mac Jones bio

Michael McCorkle “Mac” Jones was born in September 1998 in Jacksonville, Florida, where he grew up and eventually played high school quarterback for The Bolles School.

He stands at 6’3 and in 2022 was weighing in at 214 pounds. He played his college football at the University of Alabama, where he served as a backup QB to future NFL quarterbacks Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa. After the latter suffered a hip injury in 2019, Jones took over signal-calling duties.

The New England Patriots drafted him in the first round of the 2021 NFL draft as the 15th overall pick.

Jones is far from the only standout athlete in his family. His parents both played tennis, with his mother playing at Mercer University and his father playing at Florida State before a short stint in the professional ranks. Jones’ sister played tennis at the College of Charleston, and his brother played soccer at Mercer University.

Mac Jones’ contract status

Mac Jones signed a four-year deal with the New England Patriots after the 2021 NFL draft. His contract includes a fifth-year option. NFL rookie contract rules allow Jones, based on where he went in the draft, to receive a salary of approximately $15.5 million for the first four seasons.

Mac Jones’ health and injuries

Jones’ injury history is rather short, which is something Patriots fans are no doubt happy about. His last reported injury was in December 2021, when he hurt his left thumb during practice. Being a right-handed quarterback, Jones didn’t miss any time during his recovery.

In January 2021, during the national championship game of Alabama vs. Ohio State, Jones took a bone bruise on his right leg. He continued to play the remainder of the game.

Later that year, Jones was scheduled to play in the annual Senior Bowl but ended up sitting out after having his right ankle taped and then injuring his left ankle during practice. He was at full speed during his Pro Day in March, however.

Mac Jones personal info

Jones is dating Sophie Scott, a fellow Alabama alum who is from Massachusetts. She played high school soccer and was set to play Division I before suffering an ACL injury that cut her career short. As of early 2022, Scott was working as a physical therapist and occupational therapy aide.

College career and NFL draft

Jones played his college football at the University of Alabama, where he went after initially announcing he would be playing QB for the University of Kentucky Wildcats.

Jones was the backup for most of his career behind two eventual NFL QBs in Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa. He eventually began taking snaps as the starter following Tagovailoa’s hip injury.

He left school following his junior campaign with career totals of 413-for-556 passing (74.3%), 6,126 yards, 56 touchdowns, and seven interceptions. Of those, his junior season accounted for 4,500 yards, 41 touchdowns, and four INTs. Jones then announced his decision to leave college for the NFL, and New England took him as the 15th overall pick in the draft.

Mac Jones Instagram and Twitter

If you’re interested in following Jones on social media, you can find him on Instagram with the handle macjones_10 and at this link. His Twitter handle is @macjones_10, and you can find him here.

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