ESPN’s player stat predictions for the Jaguars’ offense in 2024

The Jaguars’ offense will look a bit different this fall.

While quarterback Trevor Lawrence is back to lead the unit — well past the 2024 season after signing a five-year contract extension in June — his arsenal of pass-catchers consists of several new faces to compensate for the free agency loss of wide receiver Calvin Ridley, and the middle of his offensive line now features a center with 13 games worth of playoff experience.

How impactful might those additions — center Mitch Morse and receivers Brian Thomas Jr., Gabe Davis and Devin Duvernay — be for Jacksonville this year? How could their presence affect the production of returning players such as running back Travis Etienne Jr., wide receiver Christian Kirk and tight end Evan Engram?

ESPN’s Mike Clay projected player and cumulative statistics for every NFL team during the upcoming season, with players typically maxing out at 15 games to account for average injury rates. Find Clay’s predictions for the Jaguars’ offensive contributors as of July 1 below.

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ESPN’s player stat predictions for the Jaguars’ offense in 2024

Author: Zach Goodall

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