“What a comeback by Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars”- Skip Bayless praises the Jags for overcoming a 27-0 deficit against the Chargers



Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars overcame a 27-0 deficit against the Los Angeles Chargers and won the game.

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Oct 17, 2021; London, England, United Kingdom; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16) reacts after an NFL International Series game against the Miami Dolphins at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Jaguars defeated the Dolphins 23-20. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

After suffering a defeat at the hands of the Jacksonville Jaguars in the American Football Conference Wildcard Game, the Los Angeles Chargers were knocked out of the playoffs. At one point in the game, the Chargers dominated the Jaguars with a 27-0 lead. In spite of the fact that his team got off to a terrible start in the game, Trevor Lawrence was able to lead them to a victory over the Chargers by a score of 31-30. He did this by taking the initiative and leading from the front.

Brandon Staley, the head coach of the Chargers, is taking a lot of heat due to the team’s poor play, and people are criticizing him for it. Doug Pederson, the head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars, received praise from everyone for the job he has done with the Jaguars, in contrast to the widespread belief that Staley’s time as the head coach of the Chargers has come to an end.

When Skip Bayless watched the Jaguars play against the Chargers, he was overjoyed with what he saw from the team. He lauded the efforts of everyone on the team, including Trevor Lawrence, Doug Pederson, and the rest of the players.

Skip Bayless said, “What a comeback by Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars from 27-0 down to win it 31-30, overcoming 4 EARLY INTERCEPTIONS. The Jags are better than the Chargers. It just took 60 full minutes to finally prove it.”

He added, “What a 4th-down call by Doug Peterson, going old-school T-formation, 3 backs across behind Trevor Lawrence, Etienne (loved him coming out of Clemson) going wide right from the left halfback and breaking free up the sideline into field goal range. Brilliant.”

Next up for the Jaguars will be the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round and going against Patrick Mahomes & co. is going to be a very tough chance for Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars.

Ryan Clark praises Trevor Lawrence for his performance against the Chargers

After throwing four interceptions in the first half of the game, Trevor Lawrence received praise from people all over the world for the way in which he bounced back from those mistakes. Ryan Clark, a former player for the Steelers, was very impressed with what he saw from Lawrence.

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"What a comeback by Trevor Lawrence and the Jacksonville Jaguars"- Skip Bayless praises the Jags for overcoming a 27-0 deficit against the Chargers 3

Ryan Clark said, “A second year QB throws 4 interception in the first half. No pouting, no quitting just balling in the second half! Straight cooking at an elite level. Trevor Lawrence brother you did that!! Defense stepped up, coaches stayed locked in and you flat out delivered!!”

The Jacksonville Jaguars, who finished last season with the worst record in the National Football League, have made a remarkable comeback this year. They were a punchline during Urban Meyer’s tenure as head coach, but Doug Pederson, who had previously held that position with the Eagles, completely changed the course of the franchise’s destiny.

Trevor Lawrence is only in his second season in the league, but he has already led his team to a division championship and a victory in the playoffs over a talented Chargers team. Despite the fact that the next game against the Chiefs might prove to be too difficult for them to handle, they should still be proud of what they have accomplished this season and keep their heads held high regardless of the outcome of that game.

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