Trevor Lawrence, quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars, threw as many as four interceptions to kick off his playoff career against the Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday. The two sides locked horns at the TIAA Bank Field in the wildcard game. 

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Jacksonville trailed the Chargers 27-7 at halftime. Lawrence completed 10 of his 24 attempted passes for 77 yards and one touchdown. He had four interceptions and a 24.5 rating. 

To win the game from here, Trevor Lawrence and co will have to script one of the most memorable comebacks of the NFL

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“Trevor Lawrence is about to wake up and dominate the second half😈,” a Twitter user said. 

“Can Trevor Lawrence pull off the come back of the century 🙃#jagsvschargers,” another one added. 

“Trevor Lawrence warrior comeback arc starts now,” a third person said on Twitter. 

In the first minutes of the second half, Lawrence connected with Marvin Jones for a touchdown. Los Angeles soon scored a field goal and the score was 30-14. 

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Zay Jones then scored six points and the difference was down to ten points. 

Trevor Lawrence became the third quarterback in the Super Bowl era to throw four interceptions in the first half of a playoff game. Detroit’s Gary Danielson and Denver’s Craig Morton are the others.

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Jacksonville turned the ball over a fifth time when a punt hit Chris Claybrook’s helmet, and the Chargers recovered.

The Chargers became the third team with a plus-five turnover margin in a single half in a playoff game since play-by-play data started being tracked in 1991. The others were the Dallas Cowboys in their Super Bowl triumph over Buffalo on Jan. 31, 1993, and the St. Louis Rams in a playoff win over Green Bay on Jan. 20, 2002.