Jacksonville Pumas fans at last got a brief look at why Trevor Lawrence entered the NFL as such a profoundly respected prospect.
In the second beginning of his subsequent season, Lawrence finished 25 of 30 passes for 235 yards and two scores in a 24-0 triumph over the Indianapolis Foals.
The previous Clemson star posted the most elevated quarterback rating (121.5) of his vocation
after just fixing 100 once as a newbie in Week 18's upset to kill the Foals from season finisher dispute.
Following a wild first year under lead trainer Metropolitan Meyer, the No. 1 pick looked far more keen behind new lead trainer Doug Pederson on Sunday.
He didn't quickly turn the corner under Pederson, as Lawrence went 24-of-42 for 275 yards, a score, and a pick in Seven days 1 misfortune to the Washington Leaders.