2. The Jaguars need to help Trevor Lawrence in Week 11.
Trevor Lawrence completed just 45.7 percent of his passes for 162 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions. At first sight, the stat line doesn’t look great but once you take into account that the rookie passer got no help from his supporting cast, it becomes understandable.
Lawrence can certainly play better, but that’s true for every single player in Jaguars uniform. The offense has been marred by penalties and drops. Against the Colts, the Jags were flagged eight times and the offense was responsible for seven of them.
Also, the Jags need to cut down on the number of drops. Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell told the media the team has focused on correcting that issue on the days ahead of the game but also noted they can’t think too much about it.
Having James Robinson play a full game would also help the Jaguars’ offense. The second-year running back has been dealing with heel injury the past few weeks and isn’t 100 percent healthy. In Week 11, he had 12 carries for 57 yards and has been a limited participant in practice on the days ahead of the game.