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Below you will find our 2022 fantasy football projections for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Trevor Lawrence: One of eight quarterbacks to throw more than 600 pass attempts in 2021, few things went right for Lawrence and the Jaguars in 2021. Throwing more interceptions (league-high 17) than touchdowns (12), the No. 1 overall draft pick in 2021 averaged only 6.0 Y/A. On a positive note, Urban Meyer is gone and the team made some additions to its offensive line and pass catchers this offseason. In addition, the coaching staff has talked up Lawrence's development this offseason.
Travis Etienne: Etienne missed his entire 2021 rookie season due to a Lisfranc injury, but the former two-time ACC Offensive Player of the Year is elusive with home run speed and a versatile skill set to be used as a weapon in the passing game. In fact, he talked up his interest in being deployed as a Deebo Samuel-like hybrid weapon this summer.
James Robinson: Robinson has been highly productive when on the field. Through two seasons, Robinson has averaged 4.55 yards per carry, racked up 2,403 scrimmage yards, hauled in 80 receptions and scored 18 total touchdowns. Not only did Robinson tear his Achilles at the end of the 2021 season, but the former UDFA will compete with first-rounder Travis Etienne for touches in 2022. That said, the new coaching staff has talked up Robinson and he did not start training camp on the PUP list.
Christian Kirk: Getting a larger contract than most expected, Kirk is better suited to be a(ny) team's (Jacksonville's) WR2 even though he was paid like a WR1. Kirk set career highs in both receptions (77) and yards (982) last season, but he's not much better than a WR4 in fantasy.
Marvin Jones: In his first season in Jacksonville, Jones had 73 catches for 832 yards and four touchdowns. While Jones scored only four touchdowns last season, he was targeted 11 times inside the 10 -- only seven players had more. Jones has finished as a top-35 fantasy wide receiver in four of the past five seasons.
Evan Engram: Engram set (still) career highs in his rookie season (2017) in targets (115), receptions (64), yards (722) and touchdowns (six). Since then, he's had a couple of injury-plagued seasons and a couple of seasons plagued by ineffective coaching. At a minimum, the Jags new TE-friendly coaching staff should get more out of Engram, which could make him a draft-day discount.
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