Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence added to his interception tally on the season as he threw four picks in Week 14 against the Tennessee Titans.
Lawrence had a difficult time orchestrating any promising drives over the course of the game. The rookie quarterback did have potent chemistry on the field with wideouts such as Marvin Jones Jr., but in the end, the four interceptions thrown halted any momentum that the offense attempted to build against the current AFC South leaders.
After the game, Lawrence took full responsibility for his performance in the 20-0 loss to the Titans.
“It obviously starts with me being the quarterback,” Lawrence said. “I gotta accept all the blame for what I did. I didn’t play well.”
Lawrence also added that his fourth interception of the contest was “definitely the worst one as far as decision.” The former Clemson Tigers star attempted to connect with wide receiver Laquon Treadwell over the late stages of the fourth quarter, but his pass was intercepted by Titans cornerback Buster Skrine.
Even as the Jaguars now hold a 2-11 record, Lawrence is still looking forward to what the team can accomplish over the remainder of the year.
“Season's not over yet,” Lawrence said. “We gotta keep building, keep playing, building some confidence towards the end of the season.”
Lawrence has now thrown 14 interceptions in his rookie campaign. He will have an opportunity to turn the page following this performance in the Jaguars’ Week 15 home matchup with the Houston Texans.