Trevor Lawrence publicly lobbied for the Jacksonville Jaguars to give James Robinson more playing time on Wednesday.
Robinson was off the field for 16 and 20 consecutive plays the past two games. Robinson called out Urban Meyer for his decision to bench him.
Jaguars Running Back James Robinson Calls Out Urban Meyer’s Coaching Decisionshttps://t.co/oVhHbLtkKl
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Now it looks like Trevor Lawrence is getting sick of all the mind games from Meyer, he just wants him on the because that gives him the best shot to win.
“In my eyes, obviously, I’m the one that’s out, see all the pieces moving, I see the whole picture,” Lawrence said. “Bottom line is James is one of our best players and he’s got to be on the field and we addressed it, and I feel like we’re in a good spot and the whole team, we’re good. Whatever may have happened, I honestly don’t even know everything that went into it.
“I’m playing the game and stuff happens on the sideline with coaching decisions. I don’t really get into that, but I know and I voiced my opinion: James is one of our best players and he’s got to be in the game. I think we’re all on the same page, so there’s no confusion there. We’re going to move forward. I know James is a hell of a player, so I want him out there.”
"Bottom line is: James is one of our best players, and he has to be on the field."
ICYMI, I asked Trevor Lawrence about James Robinson potentially having been benched the past two weeks: pic.twitter.com/dxwUF0Eqs2
— Mia O'Brien (@MiaOBrienTV) December 8, 2021
Looks like Trevor Lawrence is starting to flex his muscles inside the office these days. QB looks in control.
Head coach, not so much.