Trevor Lawrence comprehends the responsibilities that come with being a franchise quarterback.
While the Jacksonville Jaguars faced a surprising setback with a blowout loss to the 49ers last week, their resilience shone through in a remarkable performance against the Titans, resulting in a 34-14 victory.
In this win, quarterback Trevor Lawrence showcased his prowess by throwing two touchdown passes to Calvin Ridley. Following the game, Lawrence displayed his gratitude to the Jaguars’ front office by providing a special gift: catering Waffle House for the 150 employees working in Jacksonville’s front office.
This gesture is not unfamiliar for Lawrence, as he had previously celebrated at Waffle House after orchestrating a significant comeback in the playoffs last season against the Chargers.
With this triumph, the Jaguars improved to a 7-3 record, placing them in contention with some of the top teams in the AFC, such as the Eagles and Chiefs. The team is on a quest to secure the AFC South division title for the second consecutive year, a feat not achieved by the Jaguars since the 1998 and 1999 seasons.
Looking ahead, the Jaguars are set to face the Houston Texans, led by the likely Offensive Rookie of the Year, C.J. Stroud. The optimism surrounding Trevor Lawrence as the Jaguars’ quarterback of the future continues to resonate with Jacksonville fans.