Is Jaguar QP Trevor Lawrence headed for greatness?


Jaguar Quarterback Trevor Lawrence arrives in Jacksonville already looking like a Hollywood production. the previous Clemson University The star, now calling for comparisons to the NFL greats who point to the fate of the Super Bowl.

Compared to Trevor Lawrence if all went well


Super Bowl title and St. Louis Rams Player of the Year (2000)

Lawrence and Curt Warner Retired Kurt Warner are open about the importance of their Christian faith. both entered league as married / married Men — Lawrence married his high school girlfriend this year. Warner was an obscure college QB, and like Lawrence, his success is often attributed to a deep religious conviction.

Legs: Patrick Mahomes

Super Bowl title and MVP Kansas City Chiefs (2020)

During his Clemson career, Lawrence passed 943 yards, averaging 314 yards on the season. Mahomes ran for 308 yards in 2020. Although Lawrence did not run 40 yards on his NFL professional day, he scored 4.78 out of high school, around the same time that Mahomes scored 4.8 in 40 in the 2017 scouting pool NFL.

Charisma: Joe Namath

Super Bowl title and MVP New York Jets (1969)

Like Broadway Joe, select#1 overall in the 1965 AFL Draft, Lawrence has A rare blend of athleticism, arm strength, sex appeal and southern proportions. (Namath led Alabama to a national title in 1964.) Neither of them shy away from bold opinions. Both are famous for having generations great poetry.

Height: Joe Flacco

Super Bowl title and MVP Baltimore Ravens (2013)

At 6’6″, Lawrence stands above most NFL QBs, nearly all of whom are between 6’2″ and 6’5″—seriously, check. The exceptions—Drew Bryce, Russell Wilson—tend to be shorter. Lawrence’s best super company is Flacco , also 6’6″. Ditto 2020, Los Angeles Chargers QB Rookie of the Year Justin Herbert.

The Tenth Factor: “The Sun”

Lawrence’s “Sunshine” nickname evokes the 1970s QB Ronnie “Sunshine” Bass, played by Kip Bardot. in a Remember the giants. Like Pardo’s performance, his supernatural football instincts and cool demeanor make him the perfect teammate – sympathetic, calm, and supportive – who can perch on top of the drama that plagues every locker room.

Why the season may not go well for Trevor Lawrence

1. Meyer factor

Of course, when it comes to a first draft, there’s no such thing as a sure thing. QB’s fate depends on his head coach. Jacksonville is a newbie.

“A good football coach needs a patient wife, a loyal dog, and a great quarterback – but not necessarily in that order,” he declared. Hall of Fame Coach Bud Grant. It works both ways. Great QBs always have a Canton-style coach. in a Jacksonville, Lawrence will play Urban Meyer, who was not the head coach of the NFL. Meyer is a college coaching legend, but that means no professional level.

Will he play Jimmy Johnson in Lawrence’s Troy Aikman? Johnson became the first coach to win a college title and then a Energy With Aikman’s Dallas Cowboys in 1993. Or will his stint as Nick Saban look like? Perhaps the greatest college coach of all time, Saban left the NFL after two poor seasons in Miami, hitting a record 15-17 with no playoff appearances.

2. sack attack

Nothing blows up an unmissable career faster than a steady diet of grass.

Wunderkind Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck hit hard bags (Ruptured kidney, anyone?) He retired at age 29. If the Jags don’t improve at passing protection, quickly, dealing with jet lag in London will be the least of Lawrence’s worries.

44: How many bags are Jacksonville QBs carrying in 2020.

43: How many bags have all Tiger QBs taken over Lawrence’s three years at Clemson

3. I picked apart

Lawrence’s death in three years at Clemson was a staggering: 90 touchdowns, only 17 interceptions. But given Clemson’s talent and many Opponents lack that – yo, castle! – You would like the second number to be smaller. It equals the grand total of Trey Lance, Justin Fields, and Mac Jones (three The QBs were selected behind Lawrence in this year’s draft) during their entire college career. The NFL defenses brought down an army of college legends.

“There is something in art, but all attempts at science have failed.” – Brian Bellick, Super Bowl-winning coach, on midfield ratings

4. Booby trap

The Jags franchise puts Lawrence in a perilous place – London.

From 2013 to 2019, Jacksonville played a series of Home games in London, an arrangement that will continue into 2021. The UK is a great place to get a pint, but a wicked weekend. For Jags, a game of “at home” in the British capital requires a trip of nearly 5,000 miles with a five-hour time shift. It’s a unique challenge, which may explain why there are 3-4 Jags in their London home.

A bigger issue may arise if, as it were Speculates, team owner Shahid Khan – who also owns the Premier League Team Fulham She explored the purchase of Wembley Stadium in London, where the Jags were moved abroad. COVID has halted most overseas travel, but it hasn’t ended the NFL’s dream of a cash cow franchise in London. If the Jags wanted an easy way to mess with Lawrence’s career, a bunch of transatlantic flights each season would be a good way to start.

5. Brain confidence?

When drafting QBs, NFL GMs are great…13.5% of the time.

  • 37: Number of QBs selected #1 overall in the NFL/AFL Drafts
  • 7: The number of junior QB players who have won the Super Bowl
  • 5: The number of QBs who won the award for the best player
  • 5: Number of QBs who made it to the Hall of Fame: Joe Namath, Terry Bradshaw, John Elway, Troy Aikman, Peyton Manning

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