Trevor has finally emerged as the QB Killer Robot we all thought he would become after watching him dominate at Clemson. From his rookie season & leading the league in interceptions at 17 with only 12 TDs to show, compared to this season where he’s thrown only 8 picks with 25 touchdowns to go along with it.
His average time to throw at the 4th quickest in the league (2.59s) helps to shine a light on how much more comfortable he’s become and how much faster he’s been able to analyze defenses to find where the ball needs to go. T
here are more statistics to point to, to show his progress and growth since entering the league, but none are as good as the eye test. I’m very hesitant to point to wins as an indicator of a QB’s performance, but in watching Jacksonville’s offense it’s clear who the master conductor is who makes sure everyone is where they should be and everything is on time.
Trevor Lawrence, with the guidance of Doug Pederson, has shown the AFC South what’s likely in store in the coming years. The Jaguars’ fanbase finally has a QB for the first time in a long time, and he is the number 1 QB in the 2021 NFL Draft class after 2 seasons.