On primetime Monday Night Football, the Cincinnati Bengals stunned the Jacksonville Jaguars, 34-31. After Joe Burrow’s season-ending wrist injury in Week 11, the Bengals, led by backup quarterback Jake Browning, put together a 12-play, 42-yard drive that setup a 48-yard field goal for Evan McPherson that won the game in overtime.
Although Browning impressed in his second career start, the talk of the night was about Jags star quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Lawrence limped off the field with assistance due to an awkward landing ankle injury. The injury was a setback for sure, but the chatter came to be due no carts available on the field. Lawrence had to limp with assistance from the field back to the locker room walking on the ankle he just injured. So of course, in internet fashion, that sparked some distaste for the situation.
They didnt have a cart to put him on?— Pam Maxedon (@MsPamMax) December 5, 2023
If the Trevor Lawrence injury is as bad as it looks, the Jaguars should not be allowed in the playoffs. pic.twitter.com/d3vwHRUKBy— Sloop Josh B (@shut_up_joshua) December 5, 2023
Can't believe they made him walk. Wtf— Eagles Fan Tammy (@happybirdfan) December 5, 2023
It seems like every week a new QB goes down with a significant injury— Ensign Gridiron (@EnsignGridiron) December 5, 2023
Hopefully Trevor Lawrence doesn’t have a long term injury pic.twitter.com/7ZSGKVs5iW
With Lawrence out, Jag fans are seriously concerned about the remainder of the season. What does this mean for Jacksonville? Most fans are worried about this loss last night which dropped the Jaguars chances of making theplayoffs slightly. Most fans feel that without Trevor Lawrence that the season is over.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been eliminated from playoff consideration pic.twitter.com/bIVIDNvcU4— Jon Tweets Sports (@jontweetssports) December 5, 2023
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