Former Clemson QB makes franchise history

Former Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence made history in the Jacksonville Jaguar’s latest win over the Tennessee Titans on the road on Sunday afternoon.

En route to the 36-22 win over the Titans, Lawrence threw for 368 yards,

 and three touchdowns along with garnering three carries for seven yards and one rushing touchdown.

The former Clemson signal caller and national champion became the first quarterback in franchise history to surpass 3,000 passing yards in both of his first two seasons in the NFL.

So far in his second NFL season, Lawrence has thrown for 3,202 yards and 20 touchdowns while only recording six interceptions.

As the postseason continues to loom closer,

the Jaguars currently sit second in the AFC South with hopes of making the playoffs for just the second time in 10 seasons.

Former Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence made history in the Jacksonville Jaguar’s latest win over the Tennessee Titans on the road on Sunday afternoon.

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