The Jacksonville Jaguars gave their starting offense three drives against the Cleveland Browns on Friday night, leading to three scoring drives and 13 points from Trevor Lawrence and the first-team unit.
Lawrence got off to a hot start, hitting wide receiver Zay Jones for a 32-yard gain down the right sideline against single coverage, a throw and catch that brought the crowd to its feet, which was followed by an 11-yard gain from Lawrence on a keeper.
Lawrence missed his next two throws before a 12-yard run from Travis Etienne and a 10-yard catch from Chris Manhertz brought the Jaguars into Cleveland territory. An incompletion to Laquon Treadwell and a drop from Etienne in the flats. Etienne likely wouldn't have scored, but it was a catchable ball.
After an Elliott Fry 23-yard field goal gave the Jaguars their first points of the night and a Shaquill Griffin fumble recovery at the Browns' 21-yard line, the Jaguars got a prime opportunity to score points.
They failed to turn this into a touchdown, though, with an incompletion to Etienne, a two-yard Etienne run, and an incompletion to Zay Jones in the end-zone leading to a 38-yard field goal from Ryan Santoso.
Lawrence got a third drive on the field with the starting offense after the Jaguars forced another Browns punt. He started the game 0-for-2 on third-down but picked it up on his third outing, throwing an impressive 19-yard completion to Treadwell on third-down while also converting a third-down with a 10-yard completion to Etienne.
The next play, Lawrence hit Zay Jones on a play-action pass that gained 15 yards and gave him a consistent rhythm entering the red-zone. Eventually, the Jaguars faced a 4th-and-short after an Etienne run that culminated in a nine-yard touchdown to Evan Engram. The Jaguars' final drive with the starting offense saw them go 63 yards in 11 plays.
Lawrence ended the night 6-of-12 for 95 yards (7.9 yards per attempt) with a passer rating of 104.5. All six of his completions went for a first-down, with the Jaguars averaging 5.7 yards per play while the first-team offense was on the field.
Key offensive players not playing were wide receiver Christian Kirk, running back James Robinson, wide receiver Laviska Shenault, and wide receiver Jamal Agnew.