Trevor Lawrence Stars In Baltimore Ravens Comeback
Quarterback Trevor Lawrence came through for the Jacksonville Jaguars with a career-best performance when they needed him most against Baltimore.
Trevor Lawrence spearheaded a fourth quarter comeback to beat the Ravens 28-27. “Trevor today was lights out,” head coach Doug Pederson said. “He played extremely well.”
Trevor Lawrence finished with 29-of-37 passes for 321 yards and three touchdowns. It was the first time in his career he amassed 300 plus passing yards, three plus passing touchdowns with no interceptions.
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The 2021 No.1 pick had a career-high passer rating of 129.8 as he marked his second fourth quarter comeback, game-winning drive of the season.
“It’s a step in the right direction, you know,” Pederson said. “I would say these last three games or so, he’s really done a really nice job with our system and our offense. … I think he had a pretty good game and took care of the football. He’s heading in the right direction.”
With the Ravens up 19-10 in the fourth, Jacksonville was up against it. They scored the next 10 points of the game only to again go behind just before the two-minute warning.
Following a 10-yard TD pass from Lawrence to Marvin Jones, Jacksonville played for the win. Lawrence came through, connecting with Zay Jones for the two point conversion and sealign the win.
“Sometimes it’s the difference between what we see in Trevor and sometimes what the fan might see or what y’all might see,” Pederson said. “This guy throws an incredibly good football and he’s smart and he sees the field, and he can make all the throws. You’re just seeing that. You’re just seeing that execution with him and that maturity with him.”