The Jacksonville Jaguars have quickly become a fan-favorite in the AFC.
Pundits and fans alike have fallen in love with the Trevor Lawrence-led offense, hoping they can live up to expectations.
However, with so many mouths to feed in this offense, many have wondered how Lawrence will spread the ball around.
In a recent conversation with Adam Stities of USA Today via Pro Football Talk, Christian Kirk outlined his expectations.
“We all know it’s going to be week-to-week of who’s able to have those opportunities to individually have a big game,” Kirk said.
Christian Kirk on Jags receivers splitting targets: We'll all be happy if we're winning. https://t.co/Sz382GVmFW
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) September 6, 2023
The Jaguars’ three main pass-catchers are Kirk, Zay Jones, and Calvin Ridley.
Kirk had a massive year in 2022, and many project him to finish this season with similar numbers.
However, the emergence of Ridley could diminish his opportunities for touches, leading to a less desirable stat page.
If Kirk’s comments are genuine, he is just happy to be on a team that has a good chance to compete for the division.
The Jaguars won the AFC South last season, and many have predicted them to repeat.
The offense has been highly touted, and their defense has continued to be strong.
Lawrence enters year three of his career with high expectations, with the keys to this Jacksonville offense.
The Jaguars’ first opponent is the Indianapolis Colts, followed by a divisional-round rematch with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Fans will have an opportunity to see this offense in action, getting a glimpse into how Lawrence might spread the ball this season.NEXT: Doug Pederson Makes Strong Statement On Trevor Lawrence's Abilities