• Trevor Lawrence

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Scouting report

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX QB Trevor Lawrence - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 at New England Patriots
Trevor Lawrence's horror-show rookie campaign continued in Week 16 as the Jaguars lost to the Jets and Lawrence tossed 280 yards while again failing to throw a touchdown. Lawrence managed to avoid any turnovers, but if that's the only positive to take away from a game against a defense like the Jets, things have gone way off the rails. Lawrence and the Jaguars' inability to score through the air is comical at this point. Lawrence has two touchdown passes in his last nine games, and hasn't thrown multiple touchdowns since Week 1 against the Texans' terrible defense, a game that feels like a lifetime ago in the COVID era. His odds of breaking the drought this week against rookie-tormentor extraordinaire Bill Belichick and his Patriots in Foxborough are exceedingly low, and Lawrence is not starting material in any format.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX QB Trevor Lawrence - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 @ New York Jets
As it stands in Week 16 of his rookie year, #1 overall draft pick Trevor Lawrence can be safely written off as having any fantasy relevance whatsoever as a rookie. Lawrence has thrown exactly one touchdown since Week 7. He only has nine passing touchdowns on the year compared to 14 interceptions. He's only completing 58% of his passes and managing 5.9 yards per attempt. It's too early to give up on Lawrence completely, especially when he was saddled with the worst coaching staff in the league as a rookie, but the concerns in Jacksonville have to be pivoting from whether Lawrence can be a decent fantasy QB, to whether he will end up being a decent real-life QB. Needless to say, he cannot be started in fantasy championship matchups and should be sitting comfortably on waivers for the rest of the season.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX QB Trevor Lawrence - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 vs. Houston Texans

Trevor Lawrence registered a nightmare line of 221 passing yards with no touchdowns and four interceptions in Week 14 against the Titans. Lawrence currently has nine passing touchdowns on the season compared to 14 picks and is only managing 5.9 yards per attempt. Needless to say, those are not fantasy-viable numbers. An extremely soft matchup with the Texans' awful defense gives Lawrence the faintest of hopes as a QB2 in deep leagues, but he is probably best left on the bench despite the favorable matchup given his recent play and the general struggles to move the ball in Jacksonville.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX QB Trevor Lawrence - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 at Tennessee Titans

Trevor Lawrence's meager box score in Week 13 was typical of his 2021 performance. Lawrence registered 145 scoreless passing yards in a game where the Jags were dominated by the Rams. Lawrence is enduring the usual rookie growing pains while being saddled with a horrid supporting cast and poor coaching staff. In fantasy, Lawrence is nothing more than a weekly QB2 in deep leagues. In real life, Jags fans can only hope big changes to the roster and coaching staff unlock Lawrence's potential in 2022.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX QB Trevor Lawrence - Week 12 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 12 vs. Atlanta Falcons

Trevor Lawrence had another nondescript outing in Week 11 with 158 scoreless passing yards on only 25 attempts. The Jags continue to sputter in just about every way imaginable and even the highly touted rookie cannot escape the misery. Lawrence has failed to throw a touchdown in three consecutive games, has not thrown for multiple touchdowns since Week 1, and is posting a meager 6.0 yards per attempt on the season. Atlanta looks like a nice "Get Right" spot on paper, but Lawrence and the Jacksonville offense simply cannot be trusted to do anything with the ball, even in the best matchups. Lawrence only has fantasy relevance in the deepest of superflex leagues and for forward-thinking dynasty managers.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX QB Trevor Lawrence - Week 11 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 11 vs. San Francisco 49ers

Trevor Lawrence continued his pedestrian play with 162 scoreless yards in a Week 10 loss to the Colts. Lawrence continues to show an inability to take advantage of positive matchups as a rookie, and the road doesn't get any easier in Week 11 with the 49ers defense in town. The combination of rookie learning curve and a brutal offensive environment in Jacksonville make Lawrence unusable in single-QB leagues and a borderline starter in Superflex formats. Try to find other options if you need another QB to start in Week 11.

by Spencer Babbitt

JAX QB Trevor Lawrence - Week 10 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 10 at Indianapolis Colts
Trevor Lawrence somehow "led" the Jaguars to a shocking upset of the Bills in Week 9 by throwing for 118 scoreless yards in what was a thoroughly ugly football game that finished 9-6. While Lawrence got a real-life win, the game was useless from a fantasy perspective and reiterated the fact that Lawrence is not a fantasy option as a rookie even when things go well. Lawrence hasn't thrown for multiple touchdowns since Week 1 and is only posting 227 passing yards per game through eight games. Week 10 will bring Lawrence's first career game against the Colts, a team whose defense fits firmly in the "mediocre" tier of matchups for fantasy players. While Indy is far from a shy-away matchup, Lawrence's play this season has rendered him nothing more than a low-end QB2 in fantasy who should be on waivers in most leagues.

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