Trevor Lawrence and his wife, Marissa, went all out for Halloween in 2023.
Over the past year both the Jacksonville Jaguars’ star quarterback and his wife have really taken a step forward to elevate their brands. Although they aren’t quite at that Patrick Mahomes-Brittany Mahomes level just yet, they are definitely getting there.
As a result, Marissa has really increased the frequency of her social media posting. Her fan base has grown tremendously as a result.
This week Marissa took to social media to post the wild Halloween costumes she and Trevor opted for in 2023:
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Who doesn’t love a good Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby reference? Their whole party looked like a lot of fun in general.
Big picture, if it feels like Trevor and Marissa are in the headlines nonstop lately, it is because they are. Be it for Marissa’s wild workout photos or the pair’s intimate date night pictures, they are always trending for something or other.
Halloween 2023 was just the latest example of that.
A huge part of the Lawrence family’s rise to glory over the past 12 months has been linked to the Jaguars’ success. Last year, Trevor led them into the playoffs and even won a game in epic fashion over the Los Angeles Chargers.
Brittany Mahomes Shares Intimate Halloween Costume Photos: https://t.co/kyaXVPQBtj
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This season, Jacksonville sits atop the AFC South with no real competition to speak of. The Tennessee Titans are so cooked at this point that they are talking about blowing the squad up. The Houston Texans are a squad on the rise, but too green to make a meaningful run at the Jaguars this year. Ditto for the Indianapolis Colts.
That leaves the division wide open for the defending AFC South champs.
Will Trevor, Marissa and the Jaguars be able to take advantage? One way or another, an answer will emerge over the next few months.
A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.