Bart Scott declares Week 3 a MUST-WIN for Mac Jones & the Patriots 😯 | #Shorts

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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Bart Scott declares Week 3 a MUST-WIN for Mac Jones & the Patriots 😯 | #Shorts” – below is their description.

Bart Scott declares Week 3 a MUST-WIN for Mac Jones & the Patriots 😯 | #Shorts

Damien Woody can’t believe Bart Scott is declaring Sunday a must-win scenario for the 1-1 Patriots.

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