Jaguars’ Trevor Lawrence Hyped by AFC Exec: He’s ‘Going to Be a Beast’


JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA - AUGUST 26: Trevor Lawrence #16 of the Jacksonville Jaguars enters the field prior to a preseason game against the Miami Dolphins at TIAA Bank Field on August 26, 2023 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Rich Storry/Getty Images)

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Two years after being the most-hyped quarterback possibility in almost a years and after leading the Jacksonville Jaguars to the playoffs last season, the buzz continues to develop for Trevor Lawrence.

One AFC executive informed ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler that Lawrence is “going to be a monster.”

The conversation became part of a discussion about which quarterback who made the playoffs for the very first time in 2022 would be harder to deal with: Lawrence or Justin Herbert.

The executive stated Herbert is “a little additional along at this phase” of his profession and ought to remain in a much better circumstance with Kellen Moore taking control of as offending planner for the Los Angeles Chargers.

But Lawrence, based upon the 2nd half of last season, looks poised to sign up with the ranks of the NFL’s elite quarterbacks. He tossed for 2,273 lawns, 15 goals and 2 interceptions with a 69.7 conclusion portion over the last 9 regular-season video games.

Advanced metrics revealed those statistics were highly a sign of a leap forward for Lawrence.

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It’s safe to state at this moment Lawrence’s novice season can be dismissed. He tossed for 3,691 lawns, 12 goals and 17 interceptions in a disorderly scenario with Urban Meyer as head coach.

The Jaguars went 7-2 over their last 9 video games after Lawrence turned his season around. They beat Herbert and the Chargers, 31-30, in the AFC Wild Card round by eliminating a 27 -0 first-half deficit.

It was Jacksonville’s very first playoff success because reaching the AFC Championship Game in January 2018.

The Jaguars’ offense figures to be even much better this season with Lawrence and head coach Doug Pederson entering their 2nd year together. Calvin Ridley is going to be the No. 1 pass receiver after being gotten from the Atlanta Falcons in October 2022.

Optimism is not surprisingly high in Jacksonville. Lawrence is a 23- year-old budding super star at the most essential position on the field.

There’s still work for the front workplace to do submitting the lineup around the young quarterback to make the Jaguars a Super Bowl competitor, however this is as interesting as the franchise has actually been entering into a season in several years.

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