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Justin Herbert spoke with NFL Network's Taylor Bisciotti Saturday, saying, "There's a lot to improve on. I think if I could master the offense [and] if I could go to the line of scrimmage and have a plan of exactly what we're going to do. I think I can always work on footwork as well, stepping up in the pocket, getting the ball out quickly. There's a lot of stuff to cover."
Herbert burst onto the scene last season like an RKO out of nowhere. The then-rookie was fantasy football's QB7 on a points-per-game basis. Herbert, though, will have to learn his second offense in as many seasons with newly-hired Joe Lombardi replacing the departed Shane Steichen as play-caller. Herbert totaled a 66.6% completion percentage, 4,336 passing yards, a 31:10 touchdown-to-interception ratio, and 7.3 yards per attempt as a rookie in 15 games.
Chargers QB Justin Herbert ended his rookie campaign on a high note, completing 22-of-31passes for 302 passing yards and four touchdowns (one rushing) in the Chargers' 38-21 victory over the Chiefs on Sunday.
Herbert was a top-10 quarterback this season and is neck-and-neck with Justin Jefferson for Rookie of the Year honors. He's the new record holder for passing TD's in a rookie season and finishes with a sparkling 4,336 passing yards with 31 TD passes and only 10 interceptions. He added another five rushing TDs and 234 rushing yards for good measure. He should be a QB1 and a mid-round upside pick next season.
Chargers QB Justin Herbert completed 21-of-33 passes for 253 yards and one touchdown in the Chargers' 19-16 win over the Broncos in Week 16.
Herbert threw his 28th TD pass of the season, setting a new rookie record and surpassing Browns QB Baker Mayfield's mark of 27 TD passes in 2018. He added 26 rushing yards to eke out a close victory over their division rival Broncos. Herbert is a legitimate QB1 and finishes his first fantasy campaign with 4,034 passing yards with 28 passing TDs, 10 interceptions, and an additional four rushing touchdowns.
Chargers QB Justin Herbert completed 22-of-32 passes for 314 yards with two touchdowns and added a game-winning rushing touchdown in the Chargers' 30-27 OT win over the Raiders in Week 15.
Herbert set a new rookie record by recording his seventh 300-yard passing game this season. He's now up to 27 TD passes, tying Baker Mayfield for the most passing touchdowns by a rookie in NFL history. He played extremely well on Thursday night, hitting receivers with precision and leading the Chargers' to a late-game overtime victory with a one-yard plunge into the endzone. Herbert is well on his way to throwing for 4,000 yards and amassed 31 total TDs through 13 games. He faces the Broncos in Week 16 - putting him firmly in the QB1 conversation.
Chargers Justin Herbert completed 36-of-44 passes for 243 yards with two touchdowns and one interception in the Chargers' 20-17 win over the Falcons.
Herbert executed his first game-winning drive, taking the Chargers up the field without Mike Williams, Austin Ekeler, and Keenan Allen on the final drive. He was able to get the Chargers in field goal range where Michael Badgley sealed the win. He was very accurate but didn't throw for many yards, averaging 5.5 yards per completion. His longest pass went for 25 yards, and he was making quick throws to his running backs and wideouts all afternoon. He's cooled off the past few weeks, but he'll look to return to his QB1 play against the Raiders in Week 15.
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