10 teams Mac Jones hasn't faced yet as the quarterback of the New England Patriots

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Los Angeles Rams

Another opponent that Jones will have to wait to face as the Rams will be erased from the list of teams he is yet to meet when they come to Foxboro next season.

They are also a team in flux right now, despite having won the Super Bowl just two years ago. They're dealing with questions at quarterback after going all in on Matthew Stafford, a head coach and legendary defensive player contemplating retirement, and a long list of free agents next offseason.

By the time they come to New England next year, they may look like a completely different team, but the same can be said about the Patriots, with question marks surrounding Jones' long-term future as the Patriots' quarterback.

That could be good or bad, but we'll just have to wait and see.

New York Giants

The Patriots are set to welcome the Giants to Gillette Stadium during the 2027 season, and a lot can happen between now and then.

The question regarding the future of Jones as the quarterback for the Patriots may be answered this upcoming season and could keep him tied to the team as the starting quarterback through his rookie contract.

But come the 2025 season, who knows what will happen?

Maybe Bill Belichick will retire. Perhaps Jones will sign elsewhere in the league. Change is inevitable in professional sports, making attempting to predict anything pointless. So Jones will have to wait to square off against the Giants for the foreseeable future.

Philadelphia Eagles

Well, we know the Patriots are facing the Eagles in week one of this upcoming season. So that will be another opponent Jones can check off his list.

Like the game against the Chiefs later in the year, facing Philadelphia on opening weekend is sure to be anything but a cakewalk. Even though they fell to the Chiefs in the Super Bowl earlier this year, the Eagles are an absolutely stacked team on both sides of the ball.

From Jalen Hurts and A.J. Brown to Fletcher Cox and Haason Reddick, they are most certainly not a team to sleep on.

It will be a true test for the Patriots right out the gate, and unfortunately, it will be a game played in front of the returning Tom Brady, who will be honored at halftime for his legendary career in New England.