Jaguars’ Trevor Lawrence makes two incredible throws in preseason debut vs. Browns

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Jacksonville Jaguars rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence showed exactly why he was the No. 1 pick of the 2021 NFL Draft during his preseason debut against the Cleveland Browns on Saturday night.

Lawrence, the 6-foot-6, 220-pound signal-caller out of Clemson, made two incredible throws that confirmed why he was graded one of the best quarterback prospects ever.

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After taking a sack on the very first play of the game, Lawrence and the Jaguars’ offense faced a third-and-9 at their own 15-yard line. Lawrence dropped back and delivered a rope to wide receiver Marvin Jones, who hauled in the reception for the first down.

On Jacksonville’s second drive, Lawrence was once again sacked on a play-action pass play. But on the very next play, Lawrence had a clean pocket and launched a 35-yard bomb to Jones, who once again came down with an incredible catch.

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With 8:37 to go in the second quarter, Lawrence was taken out of the game and replaced by backup quarterback Gardner Minshew II. 

Lawrence completed 6 of 9 passes for 71 yards.

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