Mac Jones is adding another accolade to his strong rookie resume. He has been added to the AFC’s Pro Bowl roster as an alternate, replacing Lamar Jackson after an ankle injury sidelined him through the end of the Ravens’ season.
Jones produced a strong introduction in Foxboro, throwing for 3,801 yards with 22 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He also became the first rookie since Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck in 2012 to start every game and also start a playoff game.
The signal-caller out of Alabama becomes the first Patriots rookie since Devin McCourty in 2010 to be selected to the Pro Bowl.
During that same span, seven other quarterbacks have made the Pro Bowl in their rookie seasons. Here is a quick look at how the others performed.
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