Jacksonville Jaguars rookie quarterback Trevor Lawrence and head coach Urban Meyer were both unhappy with the team’s first-string offense after second preseason game.
On Monday, the Jaguars suffered a 23-21 loss to the New Orleans Saints, pushing them to a 0-2 record this preseason.
Lawrence, who played first half, completed 14-of-23 passes for 113 yards.
Lawrence had no touchdown passes but also didn’t throw an interception as the Jaguars scored only three points in the first half.
“I thought we did some things well,” Lawrence said, per Pro Football Talk. “A lot of other things we need to get better at.”
Meyer sounded concerned after the Saints game.
“The starting offense, two weeks in a row . . . we’re just struggling to get into some rhythm,” Meyer said. “We’re not balanced right now.”