Patriots quarterback Mac Jones has suffered a serious injury according to a report from NFL Network. Jones was injured in the final minute of the Ravens' 37-26 win

after he collided with defensive end Calais Campbell and hurried off the field on one leg and was carried down the tunnel to the locker room. If Monday's MRIs confirm  

the prognosis, one would expect Jones to at least miss next weekend's game with the Packers in Green Bay. The Lions, at Browns and Bears, will follow if Mac lands on injured reserve to complete his minimum four-game absence. 

It would be a disappointing development in Mac's young career if the injury cost him valuable playing experience. What makes matters worse is that it happened when the game was pretty much decided. 

Although the stat line shows zero touchdowns, three interceptions, Mac has some of the best catches of his career in the game. 

Despite the victory, the war continued. Yes, those mistakes overshadowed many of the top scorers across the board, but the signs of improvement were there. They still had 26 on the due date that featured the DeVante Parker release program. 

Now, Mac's development would be put on hold as the team looks to build on their defense, current game and backup quarterback. 

13-year-old vet Brian Hoyer is said to be in line to take the reins but hasn't started a game since replacing Cam Newton during a COVID-stricken affair in 2020.