Mac Jones’ girlfriend Sophie Scott supports Patriots QB vs. Jets

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Sophie Scott is ready for some Patriots football.

On Sunday, the girlfriend of second-year quarterback Mac Jones showed off her New England apparel ahead of the team’s AFC East showdown against the Jets.

Captioning the Instagram post, “Game day,” Scott is seen wearing a silver jacket with Jones’ number 10 on the back, which she paired with Wrangler jeans and red boots.

Sophie Scott, the girlfriend of Patriots quarterback Mac Jones, shows off her New England apparel in an Instagram post on Sunday.
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Sophie Scott modeled more game-day gear on Instagram ahead of the Patriots-Jets game on Sunday.
Sophie Scott modeled more game-day gear on Instagram ahead of the Patriots-Jets game on Sunday.
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Scott also posted a separate photo on her Instagram Story that featured an alternate game-day look comprised of white knee-high boots, a denim jacket, and a dark ensemble underneath.

Jones, the Patriots’ first-round pick in 2021, started Sunday following a dizzying week, in which he was benched in favor of rookie Bailey Zappe during Monday night’s game against the Bears. New England ultimately fell to Chicago, 33-14.

Zappe, who the Patriots selected in the fourth round of this year’s NFL Draft, impressed in his first two career starts this month, as he took the reins for an injured Jones, 24. The former Alabama quarterback suffered a high-ankle sprain in late September.

Patriots quarterback Mac Jones looks to throw against the Bears on Oct. 24, 2022.
Patriots quarterback Mac Jones looks to throw against the Bears on Oct. 24, 2022.

Patriots quarterback Mac Jones readies to throw on Oct. 24, 2022.
Patriots quarterback Mac Jones readies to throw on Oct. 24, 2022.

Patriots quarterback Mac Jones hugs girlfriend Sophie Scott in September 2022.
Patriots quarterback Mac Jones hugs girlfriend Sophie Scott in September 2022.
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Leading up to Sunday’s game versus the Jets, Patriots coach Bill Belichick had a testy exchange with a reporter over his decision to start Jones.

“Don’t keep trying to trap me into stuff down the future, because I can’t. Today is today,” Belichick said.

Entering Sunday’s game, Jones had thrown for 799 yards, two touchdowns and six interceptions through four games. The Pro Bowler logged 22 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in his rookie season, which included a playoff berth.

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