If there’s one thing we knew about the Jacksonville Jaguars this season, it’s that things wouldn’t possibly be as bad as they were last season
under the “leadership” of one Urban Meyer. New head coach Doug Pederson had nowhere to go but up in everything from accountability
to game-planning to roster management to game design, and so far, things are looking pretty good out there.
Things are looking especially good for quarterback Trevor Lawrence, the 2021 first-overall pick, who was thrown into a woodchipper
by Meyer’s abhorrent coaching, and by the equally putrid efforts of former offensive designers Brian Schottenheimer and Darrell Bevell.
Lawrence had so little to work with under that trio, it’s a miracle he made it out alive in a professional sense,
and if he was shocked right out of the NFL, it wouldn’t have been a complete surprise.
Lawrence has more to him than that, though. Last week against the Browns, Lawrence completed six of 12 passes for 95 yards, a touchdown,