Jacksonville Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence was bad. Then he was really good. Then he was clutch.
Lawrence rebounded from an awful first half in which he threw four interceptions to throw four touchdown passes in the game’s final 31 minutes, leading the Jaguars to a 31-30 come-from-behind victory over the Los Angeles Chargers.
Lawrence threw four first-half interceptions, and then he threw touchdown passes on four consecutive drives. He threw for 211 yards and three touchdowns and had a passer rating of 144.5 in the second half.
The final stat line for Lawrence, 28 of 47 completions for 288 yards and four touchdowns against a whopping four interceptions. He threw all four picks in the first half, with Asante Samuel Jr. nabbing three of them.
Trevor Lawrence proved himself to be the real deal on Saturday night after a shaky start and certainly lived up to his status as a No. 1 pick.
Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence. Photo courtsey of NFL on CBS – Twitter