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Trevor Lawrence has finally arrived.
The 2021 No. 1 put on a near-perfect two-minute drive to beat the Baltimore Ravens 28-27. He completed 7 of 9 passes for 91 yards, a touchdown, and a two-point conversion pass to give the Jacksonville Jaguars the lead with seconds left. Perhaps more impressively, Lawrence pulled through all of this with no remaining timeouts and after taking a sack early in the drive.
The Ravens had a shot to steal the win, but Justin Tucker narrowly missed a 67-yard field goal as time ran out to seal the Jaguars' fourth win of the season.
This was arguably Lawrence's best game of his young career. He completed 78 percent of his passes for 321 yards and three touchdowns and no interceptions (although Lawrence lost a fumble). While none of those numbers are career highs for Lawrence, he's never hit all three marks in the same game. Lawrence's passer rating of 129.5 is his best yet.
Lawrence has played well this season, but up until this week he hadn't done enough to actually win a game. That changed in Week 12 against the Ravens' strong defense.
He eventually proved he could win the way teams expect star quarterbacks to: in the fourth quarter and in game-winning situations. Not only was Lawrence great on the final drive of the game, he was fantastic in the final 15 minutes of the game, leading the Jaguars on three scoring drives while completing 15 of 19 passes for 173 yards and two touchdowns.
He displayed all the skills scouts drooled over before the Jaguars drafted him two springs ago. Lawrence hit his targets with accuracy and also uncorked some nice deep balls. He did all of this for the most part without pushing back Travis Etienne, who retired early in the game with a foot injury and never returned. Lawrence's top pregame target, Christian Kirk, was also held in check by the Ravens all game, finishing with just 46 yards on four receptions.
The Jaguars could be long shots for the 2022 postseason, but Lawrence's maturity from an exciting prospect to a franchise quarterback could be huge for the Jaguars' long-term future.
Trevor Lawrence acted absolutely against the Ravens. (Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports)
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December 4, 9:00 p.m
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