Travis Etienne Jr. 2022 - 2023 Post Game Stats & Recaps
November 30, 2022
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Statline: 2 CAR, 3 RUSH YARDS
Travis Etienne Jr. had to leave the Jacksonville Jaguars’ game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. It appeared that Etienne’s left foot had suffered an injury early in the game against the Ravens, the same foot that contained the Lisfranc injury that kept him sidelined for the duration of the 2021 season. The Jaguars’ head coach Doug Pederson said that Etienne is ultimately going to be fine, but they chose to exercise caution and keep him out for the rest of the game. The Jaguars were able to mount a comeback and beat the Ravens 28-27.
Statline: BYE WEEK
The Jacksonville Jaguars have to feel confident in their decision to promote running back Travis Etienne Jr. to a starter as they enter their week 11 bye. Etienne is currently top ten in the league for total yards rushed with 725 and top six for yards per carry at 5.5. He has managed to put up these numbers while only getting more than ten carries in five of his ten games played. After having to sit out for his entire rookie season suffering from a foot injury, Etienne and the Jaguars must be pleased with his performance so far.
Statline: 11 CAR, 45 RUSH YARDS, 3 REC, 28 REC YARDS
The Jacksonville Jaguars and running back Travis Etienne Jr. took on the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Etienne carried the ball 11 times for 45 yards and caught three passes from quarterback Trevor Lawrence for 28 yards. Etienne now averages 5.5 yards per carry this season which puts him in the top five for all active running backs. The Jaguars put up a comeback in the second half of the game but ended up losing to the Chiefs 17-27.
Statline: 28 CAR, 109 RUSH YARDS, 2 RUSH TDS, 2 REC, 17 REC YARDS
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. recorded his third straight game of over 100 rushing yards and at least one touchdown on Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders. Etienne went for 126 all-purpose yards and two rushing touchdowns to bring his total up to four on the year. Etienne is now fifth in the league leaders for rushing yards with a total of 680. Etienne was a large part of the Jaguars' offensive success as they took down the Raiders 27-20.
Statline: 24 CAR, 156 RUSH YARDS, 1 RUSH TD, 3 REC, 6 REC YARDS
The Jaguars traded away running back James Robinson before their week 8 game against the Denver Broncos allowing for Travis Etienne Jr. to take over in the backfield. Etienne shined and was able to rush for 156 yards with a touchdown against the Broncos who allow the second least amount of offensive yards per game. The Jaguars ended up losing to the Broncos 17-21.
Statline: 14 CAR, 114 RUSH YARDS, 1 RUSH TD, 1 REC, 5 REC YARDS
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne scored his first NFL touchdown on Sunday against the New York Giants. His rushing score came on a seven-yard run in the first quarter of the game. Etienne was absolutely electric in this game as he also rushed for over 100 yards for the first time in his career to bring his season total up to 415. The Jaguars went on to lose to the Giants 17-23.
Statline: 10 CAR, 86 RUSH YARDS, 2 REC, 22 REC YARDS
Travis Etienne Jr. and the Jacksonville Jaguars took on the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Etienne only had 12 touches in the game but was able to turn them into 108 total yards from scrimmage. Etienne’s longest play of the day came early in the first quarter when he was able to break away for a career-long 48-yard run. The Jaguars went on to lose a close one to the Colts 27-34.
Statline: 10 CAR, 71 RUSH YARDS, 3 REC, 43 REC YARDS
Travis Etienne Jr. and the Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the Houston Texans on Sunday 6-13. Etienne had 13 total touches, 10 rushes and three catches, for 71 rushing yards and 43 receiving yards. Etienne took advantage of all of his opportunities as he logged a 7.1 yards per carry average and an 8.6 yards per target average.
Statline: 8 CAR, 32 RUSH YARDS
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. was able to lead the offense in rush yards on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. Etienne carried the ball eight times for a total of 32 yards, his longest rush of the day being an 11-yard gain. He was also targeted once in the passing game but was not able to make anything of it. The Jaguars lost to the Eagles 21-29.
Statline: 13 CAR, 45 RUSH YARDS, 3 REC, 30 REC YARDS
Travis Etienne Jr. was able to get 16 touches on Sunday in the Jacksonville Jaguars game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Etienne caught all three of his targets for 30 receiving yards, and he rushed for 45 yards on 13 carries. The Jaguars upset the Los Angeles Chargers 38-10.
Statline: 9 CAR, 20 RUSH YARDS, 3 REC, 33 REC YARDS
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne Jr. had twelve total touches on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. Etienne carried the ball nine times for a total of 20 yards and caught three passes for 33 yards. The Jaguars went on to shutout the Colts 24-0.
Statline: 4 ATT, 47 YARDS, 2 REC, 18 YARDS
Travis Etienne Jr. averaged 11.8 yards per carry for a total of 47 yards on 4 rushes against the Washington Commanders on Sunday. His longest run was a handoff up the middle in which he broke a couple of tackles and went for 27 yards. Etienne also caught two of his four targets for a total of 18 receiving yards. The Jacksonville Jaguars went on to lose to the Commanders 28-22.
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