In a number of methods, Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence endured a misplaced 2021 rookie season. First-year head coach Urban Meyer generated unlucky and embarrassing off-the-field headlines through the fall and was then fired in December when Jacksonville was 2-11, and Lawrence spent the entire campaign with out having injured rookie working again and Clemson teammate Travis Etienne within the backfield.
Former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson formally earned the Jacksonville gig in February, and his most essential job in 2022 could also be to get the first-overall decide of final 12 months’s draft again on the proper path. Per Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk, Lawrence spoke with reporters Tuesday and provided excessive reward for his new coach.
“I really like his demeanor. He’s really, really calm,” Lawrence defined about Pederson. “Never gets too high or too low, I really like that. That’s the type of guy I like to be around. Offensively he brings a lot of different things to the table.”
Lawrence added: “I think we align pretty well and we’re on the same page.”
According to ESPN stats, Lawrence completed his debut season thirtieth amongst eligible quarterbacks with a 71.9 passer score, twenty eighth with a 33.5 complete QBR, twenty eighth with 12 passing touchdowns and tied for a league-worst 17 interceptions. In brief, the 22-year-old might use a contemporary begin below Pederson this spring.