Trevor Lawrence and his wife Marissa have been enjoying their NFL offseason quite a bit over the past few months.
After an objectively successful 2022-23 campaign that saw the Jacksonville Jaguars not only make the playoffs, but actually win a game in them as well, it’s easy to see why the Lawrence Clan feels good about their standing.
This week Trevor and Marissa decided to venture out on a special beach day retreat.
Marissa shared the wild photos from their beach day on social media and they proved to be an immediate hit.
If it feels like Trevor and Marissa have been a mainstay in the headlines as of late, it’s because they definitely have been. Between their wild holiday celebrations, Marissa’s memorable girls’ trip photos, and the pair’s intimate date night pictures, they have been a permanent fixture in the headlines.
It’s somewhat indicative of their standing in the larger cultural zeitgeist that in a week where Will Levis’ sister’s provocative video set the internet ablaze, Trevor and Marissa still found a way to steal the show.
All that being said, soon the NFL offseason will wrap and the real work will begin.
As noted, Jacksonville had an objectively impressive showing last year. The real question is whether they can build on that momentum this season.
Early word out of minicamp is that Tank Bigsby looks like he might have star potential right out of the gate. If that comes to fruition, coupled with the additions of D’Ernest Johnson and Calvin Ridley, Trevor is going have some options in 2023-24.
Mind you, the Jaguars finished 10th in points last year despite having, on paper at least, a worse offensive group. So long as Travis Etienne and Christian Kirk don’t regress, this unit could surprise some people.
Also working Jacksonville’s favor is the AFC South’s general weakness. Although they have the toughest schedule in the division, on a league-wide level, the Jaguars’ schedule is “average” in toughness.
The Indianapolis Colts are still too green, as proven by the fact that their major headline coming out of camp so far has been a cheerleader’s wild photos going viral. Ditto for the Houston Texans, who have high hopes for C.J. Stroud but haven’t surrounded him with a ton of talent.
The photos speak for themselves. https://t.co/0Pfdrvz5tj
— Game 7 (@game7__) June 18, 2023
Currently, only the Tennessee Titans boast the sort of roster that could legitimately compete for the AFC South crown, but a lot of that will depend on Ryan Tannehill’s health. And given how fragile he was last season, expectations shouldn’t be too high on that front.
All signs point to the Jaguars not only winning their division next season, but dominating it for many years to come. And as Trevor continues to evolve into one of the faces of the NFL, Marissa will be there cheering him on every step of the way.