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Passing Yards
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Touchdown Passes
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Passer Rating
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 7, 2024 280 2 2 81.5 20
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 24, 2023 211 1 2 64 10
Dec 17, 2023 264 1 0 83.9 16
Dec 10, 2023 257 3 3 65.2 23
Player Outlook
Lawrence will enter the 2023 draft cycle as one of the most popular breakout picks at quarterback, and there's a lot to like about his projection. Lawrence made massive strides across the board in key metrics like touchdown rate, yards per attempt and completion percentage. He also started to convert his athleticism into points with five touchdowns on the ground. His 2023 supporting cast only gets better with the addition of Calvin Ridley. With his price likely to inflate as draft season unfolds, it's important to note Lawrence finished as a QB1 in just six games in 2022 and he had three weekly finishes outside the top 24. If you want to swing for Lawrence's upside, you'll probably have to grab him in Round 5.

Fantasy Stats

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2023 4016 21 14 339 4 29218.3
2022 4113 25 8 291 5 33219.5
2021 3641 12 17 334 2 20712.2
3y Avg. 3877 18 12 312 4 26915.8
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Comes up short in Week 18

    Lawrence completed 29 of 43 passes for 280 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's 28-20 loss to the Titans. He added three rushes for 10 yards. Lawrence returned from a one-game absence caused by a shoulder injury and had both good and bad moments in the must-win game. He connected with Calvin Ridley for a 59-yard touchdown early in the second quarter, giving the Jaguars a rare lead during the game. Lawrence's next score didn't come until early in the fourth quarter on a 14-yard toss to Evan Engram. In between, he threw a pair of picks, one which led to a touchdown for the Titans. While he's been forced to play through several injuries this season, Sunday's performance was an illustration of Lawrence's entire year, as he threw 21 touchdowns but also tossed 14 interceptions and lost seven fumbles. With the loss, the Jaguars missed the postseason, a disappointing end to Lawrence's third campaign in the league.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Cleared to start Sunday

    Lawrence (right shoulder/left finger) is active and will start in Sunday's game against the Titans, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. With the Jaguars needing a win Sunday to claim the AFC South title and earn a trip to the postseason, Lawrence will make his return from a one-game absence to direct the Jacksonville offense. He'll likely be operating at well below 100 percent, after he was listed as a limited participant in practices Wednesday through Friday while recovering from an AC joint sprain in his throwing shoulder as well as an injury to a finger on his non-throwing hand. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Lawrence won't be at risk of reinjury to the shoulder by suiting up Sunday, though he'll have to manage some pain. In his return to action, Lawrence should will get one of his starting receivers in Zay Jones (knee/hamstring) back from a two-game absence, though Christian Kirk (groin) won't suit up despite being activated from injured reserve Saturday.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Looking likely to play Sunday

    Lawrence (right shoulder/left finger), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans, is "trending in the right direction" ahead of the contest's 1 p.m. ET kickoff, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. According to Rapoport, the Jaguars aren't yet certain that Lawrence will be able to play through the AC joint sprain in his throwing shoulder as well as the injury to a finger on his non-throwing hand, but the third-year signal-caller is pushing to play and doesn't appear to be at any risk of reinjury. Instead, Lawrence's availability looks as though it'll hinge on his ability to tolerate the pain, and since the Jaguars can secure the AFC South title with a win Sunday, the expectation is that he'll play even though he's probably well below 100 percent healthy. C.J. Beathard directed the Jacksonville offense in last week's 26-0 win over the Panthers and would be in line to start again Sunday if Lawrence is forced to miss a second straight contest.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Hoping to play Sunday

    Lawrence (right shoulder/left finger) is listed as questionable but is pushing to play in Sunday's contest against the Titans, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Rapoport relays that Lawrence isn't at risk of further injuring his throwing shoulder, so his availability boils down to pain tolerance. The fact that the Jaguars can win the AFC South with a victory Sunday is another factor that would seemingly point toward Lawrence playing this week, though fantasy managers won't get official confirmation on that front until Jacksonville releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to the game's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Could be game-time call

    Head coach Doug Pederson said Friday that a decision on the status of Lawrence (right shoulder/left finger) for Sunday's game against the Titans could come down to a game-time decision, John Shipley of SI.com reports. Lawrence was officially listed as a limited practice participant both Wednesday and Thursday and is expected to be deemed questionable ahead of Sunday's game. Per Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network, Pederson noted that Friday will be an important day for the quarterback, who is in line to increase his throwing velocity during the Jaguars' final practice of the week.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Remains limited in practice

    Lawrence (right shoulder/left finger) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. After missing the first game of his career in last week's 26-0 win over the Panthers, Lawrence has taken a step in the right direction by practicing in a limited fashion in the Jaguars' first two Week 18 sessions. Though head coach Doug Pederson described Lawrence as day-to-day Wednesday, the signal-caller reportedly looked good while throwing the ball Thursday and is seemingly tracking toward a return to the lineup for Sunday's all-important game with the Titans, according to James Palmer of NFL Network. The Jaguars' final injury report of the week will be issued Friday and will reveal whether Lawrence is formally cleared to play Sunday or if he'll take a questionable tag into the matchup with Tennessee.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: QBs to Sit

    Lawrence is expected to play in Week 18 after missing Week 17 against Carolina with a shoulder injury. I'm concerned about him being at 100 percent, and he could struggle once again. He's scored 16.7 Fantasy points or less in each of his past two outings against Baltimore in Week 15 and Tampa Bay in Week 16. The Titans have also allowed just one quarterback to score more than 14.9 Fantasy points in their past four games, and Tennessee would love to play spoiler in this game to knock Jacksonville out of the playoffs. Now, Lawrence did score 36.2 Fantasy points against the Titans in Week 11, but I'm worried about his shoulder injury in the rematch.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Not on field at start of practice

    Lawrence (shoulder) wasn't spotted during the media-access portion of Thursday's practice, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. Head coach Doug Pederson noted earlier Thursday that Lawrence was in line to be limited to individual drills, but it remains to be seen how the team will list his official participation level. Per DiRocco, while Lawrence wasn't spotted during the initial portion of the session, it's possible that the QB could have been working indoors during that span and may still appear at practice.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Expected to practice Thursday

    Head coach Doug Pederson said he expects Lawrence (shoulder) to practice in some capacity Thursday, Mia O'Brien of 1010 XL 92.5 FM Jacksonville reports. Per O'Brien, it's anticipated that Lawrence, at a minimum, will go through the individual portion of practice. The Jaguars will release their second Week 17 injury report later Thursday, when the extent of the quarterback's participation will be known. Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com previously reported that Lawrence -- who suffered a sprained AC joint in his right shoulder during the Jaguars' Week 16 loss to the Buccaneers -- doesn't plan to do much throwing ahead of Sunday's contest against the Panthers. If Lawrence is forced to miss the first game of this career this weekend, C.J. Beathard would be in line to serve as Jacksonville's starting quarterback.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Has right shoulder sprain

    Lawrence has been diagnosed with a sprained right shoulder following Sunday's 30-12 loss at Tampa Bay, but it's unclear if he's in danger of missing any time, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Lawrence has played through a variety of injuries this season, including a sprained knee, a high-ankle sprain and a concussion. The current concern isn't believed to be a major one, but his status will be watched as the week goes on to get a sense of his odds to suit up Sunday against the Panthers. C.J. Beathard has stepped in for Lawrence when the latter has left the field in 2023.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Injury not viewed as serious

    Lawrence is expected to undergo an MRI on Monday, but the Jaguars' initial belief is that the right shoulder injury he suffered in Sunday's 30-12 loss to the Buccaneers is not significant, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The quarterback was listed as questionable ahead of the Week 16 contest due to a high-ankle sprain he's been playing through and then a concussion, but he cleared the five-step protocol Saturday and was given the green light to play. Lawrence's rough month continued in the third quarter Sunday, as he hurt his throwing shoulder while attempting to stretch and dive for a first down. He stayed in the game and finished out the possession with an 18-yard touchdown pass to Calvin Ridley, but Lawrence gave way to backup C.J. Beathard afterward. The MRI should provide an indication of whether the shoulder issue might prevent him from playing Sunday against Carolina, but the early hope is that the franchise signal-caller won't need to miss a start for the first time in his career. Even after losing their last four games, the 8-7 Jaguars still sit atop the AFC South standings over the 8-7 Texans and 8-7 Colts via tiebreakers, so look for Lawrence to do everything in his power to suit up in Week 17.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Will undergo tests Monday

    Lawrence will undergo tests on his injured right shoulder Monday, Juston Lewis of The Florida Times-Union reports. Lawrence was forced to leave Sunday's contest early, and it sounds like the full extent of his injury will not be known for a while longer. C.J. Beathard replaced Lawrence on Sunday and would be in line to take over if Lawrence is forced to miss any further time.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Travels with team Saturday

    Lawrence (concussion/ankle) traveled with the Jaguars on Saturday ahead of Sunday's contest against the Buccaneers, John Oehser of the team's official site reports. Per Oehser, head coach Doug Pederson noted Friday that Lawrence needed to clear the NFL's concussion protocol in order to travel, so the quarterback looks to be trending toward starting Sunday. With the game beginning at 4:05 p.m. ET, official word on Lawrence's status won't arrive until Jacksonville releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to kickoff. Lawrence missed practice Wednesday and Thursday before logging a limited session Friday and then officially being listed as questionable on the Jaguars' final Week 16 injury report.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Listed as questionable for Sunday

    Lawrence (concussion/ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. After not practicing Wednesday and Thursday, Lawrence was listed as a limited participant in Friday's session. However, the quarterback is still in the NFL's concussion protocol with the Jaguars' Week 16 game just two days a way. With that in mind, head coach Doug Pederson told Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com on Friday that if Lawrence doesn't clear the five-step protocol by the time the Jaguars leave for Tampa Bay on Saturday afternoon, he won't travel with the team. In the event that Lawrence is forced to miss the first game of his career, C.J. Beathard would be in line to start in his place versus the Buccaneers.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: In line to practice Friday

    Lawrence (concussion/ankle) is slated to practice Friday, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. After Lawrence missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, head coach Doug Pederson said prior to Friday's session that the quarterback will be given "as much [work ] as we can." While Lawrence's looming return to practice is a big step forward, he still needs to clear the NFL's five-step concussion protocol to have any chance at starting Sunday's game against the Buccaneers.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Still in concussion protocol

    Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said Wednesday that Lawrence remains in the NFL's concussion protocol, but is "progressing well," Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. Pederson didn't clarify whether the progress Lawrence has made will result in him practicing in some capacity Wednesday. If Lawrence is unable to clear the five-step protocol ahead of Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, C.J. Beathard would be in line to fill in for Lawrence this weekend. Meanwhile, the Jaguars bolstered their signal-caller depth in advance of the Week 16 game by adding E.J. Perry to their practice squad.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Enters concussion protocol

    Coach Doug Pederson said after Sunday's 23-7 loss to the Ravens that Lawrence has entered the NFL's concussion protocol, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Lawrence took a big hit at the end of a scramble on Jacksonville's last possession. He finished the game but was evaluated for a concussion after the game and has subsequently been placed in concussion protocol, which implies that the post-game evaluation confirmed a concussion. If Lawrence is unable to clear the league's five-step concussion protocol in time to face the Buccaneers in Week 16, backup C.J. Beathard would be in line for his first start of the season in a pivotal game for the 8-6 Jaguars.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Even in a sloppy three-interception game at Cleveland last week, Lawrence overcame a bad start and a lot of pass rush pressure to post his fourth straight game with at least 23 Fantasy points. Just like last season, he seems to be hitting his stride late. Additionally, the Jaguars run game hasn't been consistent over those past four games (22.8 RB rushes per week, 3.0 yards per rush, 0.34 yards before contact per rush). That's helped Lawrence average nearly 40 pass attempts per game (50 last week boosts that number). The Ravens run defense has been a little dicey over their last four games (4.5 yards per rush) but much of that is from matchups where teams ran the ball over 25 times against them. I'm not confident the Jaguars will have much success nor stick with the ground game, further pushing the game script in Lawrence's favor. Lawrence will have to beat the Ravens' pass rush downfield like Matthew Stafford did last week to have some success, but I think he'll have the opportunities to do it. He's got the upside to be a top-12 Fantasy QB, but toward the bottom of the group. I feel better starting him over Russell Wilson, Jared Goff and Sam Howell, but not over Brock Purdy, Matthew Stafford, Justin Fields or Jordan Love.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Opens week with full practice

    Lawrence (ankle) was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's practice. Lawrence's ability to take every practice rep Wednesday indicates that he experienced no setbacks with his right high-ankle sprain coming out of Sunday's 31-27 loss to Cleveland. The quarterback told Juston Lewis of The Florida Times-Union as much prior to Wednesday's practice, noting that he made it out of the Week 14 "pretty clean" and felt as though he moved around the pocket well. Lawrence threw three interceptions and struggled with accuracy (28 completions on 50 attempts) against Cleveland, but with the injury now further in the rear-view mirror, he could be a decent bet to bounce back this Sunday versus Baltimore.
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  • Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Confirmed as Sunday starter

    Lawrence (ankle) will start Sunday's game against the Browns. Lawrence -- who is dealing with a right high-ankle sprain -- approached the contest listed as questionable after logging limited practices Thursday and Friday, but he'll be in uniform Sunday and will thus have an opportunity to play through his ankle issue while facing a tough Cleveland defense that is allowing a league-low 153.4 passing yards per game. Meanwhile, C.J. Beathard, who had been managing a non-throwing shoulder issue and didn't carry a Week 14 injury designation, is on hand to step in should Lawrence suffer any in-game setbacks. Through 12 starts this season, Lawrence has led Jacksonville to an 8-4 record while logging 3,004 passing yards and a 14:7 TD:INT ratio in that span.
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