Justin Herbert

#10 QB / L.A. Chargers / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 236 lb Age: 23 College: Oregon Bye 7,19,20,21

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  • Herbert completed 34 of 64 pass attempts for 383 yards and three touchdowns to go along with one interception in Sunday's 35-32 overtime loss to the Raiders. Herbert obliterated his previous career high in pass attempts (53) as the Chargers stormed back from a double-digit deficit in the fourth quarter to ultimately force overtime. While the second-year quarterback's critics will point to the signal caller's inability to win important games, it's hard to be anything but impressed with what Herbert's been able to do on the field. The penultimate 19-play, 83-yard drive that ultimately tied the game on an absolute laser to Mike Williams is a perfect example of the burgeoning star's capabilities. It's hard to imagine how Herbert could have outperformed his sterling rookie season, but with 5,014 passing yards and a ridiculous 38:15 TD:INT it's clear Herbert is among the best quarterbacks in the game and likely will be one of the top selected in fantasy come next season.

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  • Herbert tallied 22 completions on 31 attempts for 237 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 34-13 victory over the Broncos. Herbert and company didn't need to do much with the Broncos defense decimated by COVID-19 as the quarterback easily knifed through a vulnerable unit. As a result, it was hardly a banner day for the second-year quarterback, but Herbert's second touchdown pass did lock up the franchise record for most touchdowns thrown in a single season. Up next is a critical divisional matchup with the Raiders that will likely determine one of the few remaining AFC playoff spots.

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  • Herbert completed 27 of 35 passes for 336 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 41-29 loss to the Texans. Herbert managed an efficient 9.6 yards per attempt, though he threw multiple interceptions for the first time since Week 12. One of those picks came in the final moments with the Chargers on a drive to potentially close their deficit to one possession, instead resulting in the Texans icing the win. In addition to his mistakes, Herbert also failed to throw for multiple scores for the first time in his last five games, and his lone touchdown came on a three-yard strike with only 38 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Given his recent form, it should be expected that Herbert will bounce back in Week 17 against Denver, though it is a relatively tough matchup.

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  • Herbert completed 22 of 38 passes for 236 yards and two touchdowns to go along with one interception in Thursday's 34-28 overtime loss to the Chiefs. He also carried the ball five times for 16 yards and another score. The Chargers offense wasn't particularly explosive, but fantasy managers certainly have to be happy with the outcome regardless. Despite Herbert tallying three total touchdowns for the fourth time in the last five games, the biggest story will be the missed opportunities as the Chargers dropped sure-fire touchdown passes on two separate first-half drives, not to mention a slightly overthrown deep pass to Keenan Allen on the team's final possession which could have dramatically altered the contest. With a playoff spot still in full view, expect the Chargers and Herbert to pull no punches in Week 16's matchup against the hapless Texans.

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  • Herbert completed 23 of 31 pass attempts for 275 yards and three touchdowns against the Giants on Sunday. Herbert established control from start to finish against the Giants, making productive targets out of secondary receivers Jalen Guyton (three catches for 87 yards and one touchdown on three targets) and Josh Palmer (five catches for 66 yards and one touchdown on seven targets) while lead target Keenan Allen sat due to COVID-19 protocols. Herbert's case for elite quarterback status continues to get stronger -- both in real football terms and in fantasy -- and with this game he has 300 or more yards passing in eight games this year, including five of the last six. The Chargers will face off against the Chiefs in Week 15, making for what could be the most important game on the slate. Herbert lit up the Chiefs for four touchdowns the first time around in Week 3 at Arrowhead, but the Chiefs defense has played better in recent weeks than it did to open the year.

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WK OPP PAATT PACMP PAYD PATD PAINT RUYD RUTD FPTS
1 @WAS 47 31 337 1 1 -1 0 15
2 DAL 41 31 338 1 2 12 0 16
3 @KC 38 26 281 4 0 16 0 38
4 LV 38 25 222 3 0 4 0 26
5 CLE 43 26 398 4 0 29 1 49
6 @BAL 39 22 195 1 1 12 0 12
7 BYE - - - - - - - -
8 NE 35 18 223 2 2 9 0 16
9 @PHI 38 32 356 2 0 14 1 35
10 MIN 34 20 195 1 1 22 0 13
11 PIT 41 30 382 3 1 90 0 40
12 @DEN 44 28 303 2 2 36 0 23
13 @CIN 35 26 317 3 1 6 0 30
14 NYG 31 23 275 3 0 19 0 30
15 KC 38 22 236 2 1 16 1 26
16 @HOU 35 27 336 1 2 15 0 18
17 DEN 31 22 237 2 0 2 0 21
18 @LV 64 34 383 3 1 1 0 33
PROJECTION 654 419 4797 31 14 271 7 401

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Season CmpPct PaYd PaTD PaInt RuYd RuTD FPTS
2021 65.9 5014 38 15 302 3 0
2020 66.6 4336 31 10 234 5 394
3 Year Avg 66.6 4336 31 10 234 5 394
Career 66.2 9350 69 25 536 8

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