Embarrassment is real for Patriots fans roasted for Mac Jones outfits

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There are several different kinds of fans around the NFL, and there are just as many ways they show their fandoms.

When it comes to the Patriots, their fans have been known for being mostly loyal and lovers of winning who enjoyed nothing more than clowning on your favorite team after Tom Brady absolutely destroyed them for the 8th time in a row. Others enjoy being miserable, thriving on negativity, and drowning any opposers for not feeling the same.

Because of how the Patriots have played so far this season, that has been the most common attitude amongst fans to the point of many hoping for a full tank job for a better draft position. They have declared Mac Jones as a bust and continue calling for Bill Belichick to be fired mid-season.

It's quite a change for the once incredibly supportive fanbase, who made "In Belichick, we trust" infamous in the NFL world. Whether that sentiment is warranted, this season is yet to be determined, but it appears at least team owner Robert Kraft is sticking with it, as news about the head coach's contract extension was revealed before kickoff.

Since most fans take their Belichick criticism to the internet, fans turned their focus to voicing their displeasure with Jones, with two fans at Sunday's game being pictured in profanity-laced sweatshirts airing their grievances with the quarterback's performance this year.

It earned some laughs from Patriots fans of a similar mindset before the game began, but these two unknown men were embarrassed by their fashion choices by the evening. Not only did New England win the game against a formidable divisional rival, but Jones had one of the best games of his entire career, including a well-constructed game-winning drive.

It ended up being the worst game possible to deck yourself out in anti-Jones garb, and it makes you wonder if the pair changed before leaving the stadium.