The 2022 NFL season provided lots of highlights and storylines and is just one game away from being completed.
One of the most intriguing storylines has been the Jacksonville Jaguars, who finished the season with a 9-8 record, a marked improvement from their 2021 season.
Under Urban Meyer’s “leadership” in 2021, the Jaguars ended the regular season with a record of 3-14.
Although there were certainly additional contributing factors, the meteoric rise of Trevor Lawrence for the Jaguars has been nothing short of remarkable.
Trevor Lawrence has been named to the 2023 Pro Bowl to replace Patrick Mahomes. Trevor finished the season with a 95.2 rating, 25 TD, 8 INT, 4113 yards, 66.3 comp %, 5 rushing td's and led Jags to AFC South title and an historic playoff win. @ActionSportsJax @ESPN690Jax
— Brent Martineau (@BrentASJax) January 31, 2023
As a result, Lawrence was named to the Pro Bowl, an alternate to Patrick Mahomes who will be participating in the Super Bowl.
This season, against all odds, not only did Lawrence and the Jaguars make it to the playoffs, but they were able to win a game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Before the season, expectations were incredibly low for Lawrence and the Jaguars.
They started the year with a new coach, and their organization was reeling from the aftermath of Meyer’s destruction.
Lawerence has appeared to spark a new sense of hope for Duvall County, as Jaguars fans are now as excited as they have ever been.
Their team has won a playoff game with Lawrence, one of the highest-rated prospects in NFL history.
For the Jaguars, the sky is the limit for the 2023 season and beyond.
Fortunately for Jaguars fans, they won’t have to wait that long to watch Lawrence play again.
Tune in this weekend, for what is slated to be a much more enjoyable Pro Bowl experience.NEXT: Former NFL WR Hints At Interest In Joining Jaguars Coaching Staff