Predictions for the Jaguars: Are they out of control or within reach?
In short, with Lawrence throwing for 5,000 yards, Ridley and Kirk exceeding the Greatest Show on Turf receiver duo, and the Jaguars' unstoppable running attack, the Jaguars are predicted to have the most potent offense in the NFL, with 7,600 yards from scrimmage in 2023. That would be second all-time, behind the 2011 New Orleans Saints. It's safe to say the offensive predictions for the Jaguars are a bit unrealistic.
The predictions surrounding the Jacksonville Jaguars' prospects in the 2023 season are undeniably bold. Some national media have picked the Jaguars to win the AFC and make their first Super Bowl appearance. While these predictions may seem utterly outlandish, it's important to remember that anything is possible in the NFL. Still, the 2023 Jacksonville Jaguars are not the greatest offense to ever play the game.
The key to the Jaguars' success lies in their ability to remain focused, ignore external noise, and work as a cohesive unit. Trevor Lawrence's attitude towards expectations and hype demonstrates a mature understanding of the game.
As Trevor Lawrence stated, "What does it matter what this guy said over here? He's not in our locker room, he's not on our team." This mindset, combined with the talent and potential of players like Calvin Ridley, Travis Etienne, Tank Bigsby, Travon Walker, and Josh Allen, could propel the Jaguars to new heights in the 2023 season, and that's all the expectations the fans in Duval want. First things first, embarrass the Colts in Week 1.