Chicago Bears rookie safety Jaquan Brisker called out Mac Jones after the Monday Night Football incident of a kick to the groin area.
It’s pretty clear that Chicago Bears rookie Jaquan Brisker is mad at New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones, and who could blame him?
The rookie safety was the target of two plays that can be deemed as dirty; one, in particular, caught the eyes of the nation and was blasted to smithereens, and for a good reason. On a slide, Jones appeared to stick his foot up and kick Brisker right in the groin area.
Brisker would get his revenge later in the game with a pick, but he was far from finished. Brisker spoke about the incident on Thursday and didn’t mince words, saying, “I think he should get fined. Or something needs to happen.”
Jaquan Brisker is upset over the dirty play of Mac Jones on Monday Night Football.
How can anyone support Mac Jones in this incident, and why would they? Moreover, why isn’t there any punishment for this, as Jaquan Brisjer is asking for? It’s disappointing, and frankly, the level of disrespect for the Bears is on par with the level of reckless play Jones exhibited.
The Justin Fields’ touchdown pass that saw him get sandwiched dangerously could have been much worse. Moreover, before the game, a majority of analysts picked against the Bears, and afterward, the storylines shifted to the Patriots quarterback conundrum as opposed to the strong play of Chicago. If the Bears wanted to show proof of disrespect, Monday Night was a compelling case.
But that’s not the focus. That would be reserved for Brisker’s resentment toward Mac Jones, and he is right to feel that way. Hopefully, the Bears use this game as motivation to show the rest of the league that they’ve had enough, and hopefully, this is it when it comes to reckless play for Mac Jones, or else the punishment he takes in the future will get even more painful.