Brian Hoyer Has Brutally Honest Warning For His Critics

The New England Patriots may be without Mac Jones in the next few games. The second-year quarterback deals with high ankle sprain and may miss time on the football field. Head coach Bill Belichick has to come up with a solution and he may have one on the roster. NFL analysts weren’t too excited about Jones’ performance in the first three games of the season, advising Belichick to use Bailey Zappe or Brian Hoyer. Well, Brian Hoyer will probably start games in Jones’ absence despite all the comments made by critics.

Mike Reiss from ESPN reported that Hoyer will start Sunday’s game if Jones stays on the sideline. Belichick plans to use his veteran as a starter and it makes sense. Hoyer has played the game for 14 years. He knows the offense and his experience gives him a big advantage. Belichick didn’t use him as a starter in the last couple of seasons.

Brian Hoyer is ready to prove critics wrong

The NFL world is waiting for an official statement. Reporters asked Hoyer about his role with the team, and yes, they didn’t fail to mention his average performance in the 26-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on October 5, 2020.

“I don’t think I’d still be here if I wasn’t,” Hoyer said.

We couldn’t agree more. The Patriots gave him a chance and offered him another deal for a reason. Hoyer doesn’t pay attention to outside noise. He is focused on his game.

“I’ve played for 14 years. I have a lot of bad memories. I have a lot of good memories, too,” Hoyer said. “One game doesn’t define me, one play doesn’t define me. I’m excited for any opportunity I get to go play. I really could [not] care less about that.”

Hoyer is fine with his current role with the team. He knows that Belichick could use him whenever the team needs a starter.

“At this point you don’t know how many chances like this you get anymore,” Hoyer said. “So obviously, it’s a part of the job. You’re always ready to play. So for me, it’s an opportunity to go out there and have fun.”