Put simply, the No. 1 overall pick looks significantly better than Week 1 as the Jags hit their week off. That’s not to say that Trevor Lawrence hasn’t flashed even when he’s struggled, or to say that there isn’t much room for improvement in the player he currently is, but his growth does. should not go unnoticed.
Specifically, Lawrence has looked better over the past three weeks and has narrowed down his picks considerably, throwing just one after racking up seven 1-3 weeks. His quarterback rating (60.3 to 98.3) and completion percentage (54.2% to 66.3%) also skyrocketed and those who doubted he should have been the first choice general begin to realize his talent.
Trevor Lawrence Weeks 1-3:
QB Rating 60.3
% comp. 54.2%
Trevor Lawrence Weeks 4-6:
QB Rating 93.8
Comp PC 66.3%
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The next step for him is a tougher streak of games, as the Jags travel to Seattle, face the Buffalo Bills at home, travel to Indy, and then host San Francisco. At the same time, the aforementioned teams can certainly help Lawrence take it to the next level and maybe even earn him consideration for Rookie of the Year.