Trevor Lawrence Just Proved He Has No Idea What He's In For at Arrowhead Stadium
After taking down Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers last weekend, the Jacksonville Jaguars have an even tougher task ahead of them this week. Not only are they up against Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, but they also have to play in one of the toughest road environments in football.
For his part, Jaguars quarterback Trevor Lawrence doesn't sound too concerned about this weekend's upcoming trip to Arrowhead Stadium.
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Lawrence is kidding, of course. He recently played at Arrowhead in Week 10, so he knows first-hand how crazy it can get — but he hasn't experienced a playoff crowd at at Arrowhead yet.
The second-year QB acknowledged as much, praising Arrowhead's atmosphere as "the best in the NFL." Kansas City is renowned for having one of the loudest football stadiums in the NFL along with Seattle's Lumen Field, which makes playing there a nightmare for opposing quarterbacks.
Chiefs fans will do their best to live up to the hype by giving Lawrence an earful whenever he's on the field this Saturday. This will be his first career road postseason game, so it will be interesting to see how he performs after his erratic performance against the Chargers.
As it stands, Lawrence and the Jaguars are listed as 8.5-point road underdogs against the well-rested Chiefs on FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds.
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