Fans of the Jacksonville Pumas finally got a glimpse of why Trevor Lawrence was regarded so highly when he first entered the NFL.
In the second game of his ensuing season, Lawrence completed 25 of 30 throws for 235 yards and two touchdowns as the Indianapolis Foals were defeated 24-0.
The former Clemson standout recorded his career's highest quarterback rating (121.5).
Despite only ever hitting 100 as a novice in the shocker in Week 18 that eliminated the Foals from the season-finisher controversy.
The No. I pick on Sunday seems much more focused behind new lead trainer Doug Pederson after a chaotic first year under lead trainer Metropolitan Meyer.
Lawrence went 24-of-42 for 275 yards, a score, and a pick in seven days I misfortune to the Washington Leaders, showing that he did not rapidly turn the cycle under Pederson.