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Highlights of the article:
- Shad Khan, the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars, is a huge supporter of rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
- In a recent interview, Khan lauded Lawrence as a “leader” and a “wonderful human being.”
- After a shaky start, the Jaguars remain hopeful about the Clemson product’s future.
Jacksonville Jaguars fans may have been unimpressed by rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence’s first two months in the NFL, despite all of the fanfare and acclaim.
Actually, given that they’re Jaguars supporters, they could still be rejoicing over the fact that he didn’t drown when he arrived.
Lawrence had thrown three picks against the poor Houston Texans in his first seven games, with the highs of an upset victory against the Miami Dolphins in London and the lows of tossing three interceptions against the inferior Miami Dolphins. Shad Khan, the owner of the Jaguars, is satisfied with what he’s seen so far.
In a recent interview, Jaguars owner Shad Khan lauded rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence.
Trevor Lawrence of the Jacksonville Jaguars has had an uneven rookie season | Steph Chambers/Getty Images
Khan may not choose the finest coaches or approve the best draft picks, but he is a patient guy. While commentators and social media users speculated if Lawrence would be a flop, the veteran Jaguars owner remained composed.
Khan commended his young quarterback’s approach and demeanor in a recent interview with NFL Media. Lawrence is “even better than you think he is,” according to the 71-year-old, who knew during a pre-draft Zoom meeting that the Clemson graduate was the proper player to choose first overall.
“As soon as I got off the Zoom, I thought to myself, ‘He’s too wonderful to be true.’ I’m not referring to the [athlete]. When you consider the complete picture, I mean him as a human being. Trevor is a football player, a leader, and a fantastic person guy, and I am really optimistic about the Jaguars and the community of Jacksonville.”
We’ll see whether being a wonderful human being will help the Jaguars win for the first time since 2008. Lawrence became nine years old in October of that year.
Lawrence hasn’t had the debut season that many anticipated him to have.
It was easy to see Lawrence as the prophesied savior of a long-struggling Jaguars team since talking heads and draft gurus touted him as the greatest thing since a combination of Peyton Manning and sliced bread.
Lawrence has performed like a rookie so far, which is understandable given his status. Through his first seven starts, he threw for 1,703 yards, eight touchdowns, and nine interceptions on 59.6 percent of his throws. He’s had some memorable moments, notably a comeback against the Dolphins in London, and plenty more passes he wishes he could take back.
If you want to take a more optimistic view, he’s only thrown two interceptions since Week 4. He’s a rookie making the adjustment from Clemson, a perennial powerhouse with blue-chip prospects (at least until this year), to starting at quarterback for one of the NFL’s longest-suffering organizations.
What about the “glass half-empty” viewpoint? Matt Corral will not be drafted by the Jaguars next spring.
Lawrence seems to have plenty of space for a second-year surge if the Jaguars treat him well.
Forget about Lawrence being their quarterback for the next ten years. The Jaguars are in a position where they would gladly accept 20 years of the Clemson product tossing touchdowns while preserving his characteristic hair.
Lawrence was chosen first overall for a reason, despite his early proclivity to turn the ball over. Given the Jaguars’ organizational troubles and Urban Meyer’s terrible first season as head coach, he’s demonstrated enough to keep optimism about his future high. Given the team’s present predicament, few young quarterbacks, even a generational potential like Manning, could have prospered as a rookie.
The Jaguars would hold the fourth overall choice in the 2022 NFL Draft as of this writing. If the team really cares about Lawrence, it will prioritize the offensive line, maybe choosing Alabama offensive lineman Evan Neal, even if it means moving down and acquiring additional selections.
For the time being, the Jaguars must focus on one game at a time. Lawrence has 10 games remaining in his rookie season, three of which are against teams that would make the playoffs if the season ended after Week 8. Which would seem strange, but life is strange.
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