Justin Herbert Era did not have to start for the Chargers soon. But with another cruel blow to the fate of Tyrod Taylor, the NFL’s first match for the new first-round pick came from Oregon.
Herbert wasted no time in proving that he is up against the Chiefs in the NFL, feeling right at home at the opening of the SoFi Statium in Los Angeles. Kansas City was not ready to face Herbert instead of Taylor. He took full advantage of it, with duck Patrick Mahomes leading 20-20 ahead of the reigning Super Bowl champions with a late 23-2 victory.
Herbert (22 out of 33, 311 yards crossed, TD, 8.9 yards per attempt, 107.0 degrees, running TD) had no confidence as his NFL top rival when thrown into the fire. Herbert made a big mistake in the second half when he made a big mistake when he was thrown on a presidential field where he would be waiting for a point, Herbert caught himself with a fearless and fast pass against a strong defensive front.
Rgearjker confirmed that Herbert is comfortable with hitting the running game. Austin Ekeler and strong jockey Joshua Kelley traveled a total of 157 meters on 39 impressive carriers. They also combined six hunts from Herbert to 104 other yards.
The map of the ball control game that remained on the field for almost 45 minutes against the Heads ’30s almost worked to give Herbert his first NFL victory. But when he scored in the fourth quarter, Mahomes was able to hold his game ahead of his typical MVP defense level against Chargers elite pass defense, while Herbert simply could not make enough big games.
The highlight of the question about Herbert was how the NFL would prepare him, having worked at the university in a variety of offenses from shooting. But his natural athleticism, a skill he made the most of in his last season in Oregon, was on the horizon. He also showed accuracy (66.7 percent completion) as he finished in the top 6 overall, not far behind Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa.
With some excerpts from “Hard Beat”, of course Herbert, with his ingenuity, picked things up quickly in the training camp and was behind Taylor. Barker may have aimed all season to “redden” Herbert, but they also did not go with him in full development mode.
Mind-attacking coach Anthony Lynn has been forced to run a more friendly, run-of-the-mill route after a smooth crossing of the Philippi Rivers, without being replaced by Taylor or Herbert this season. To that end, the Chargers’ improved right-back line with Trai Turner and Bryan Bulaga on the right wing, which is now more important as center-back Mike Pouncey suffers from hip-a-season surgery.
Everyone in AFC West will be after Mahomes and Presidents for a while. The Raiders remained status quo in the QB with Derek Carr. The Broncos’s cut for Drew Lock was cut by a shoulder injury.
Taylor, the Rivers’ last successor, came to the Chargers as an asset because of his knowledge of Lynn’s guilt. But the Chargers striker’s roof was taken to him as their bridge to the QB, because he is determined to become a free agent in 2021.
The Chargers started 1-0 as Taylor did not play well in Week 1. They found that Burrow and the Bengalis were in a position to win the game late, and then Burrow rebelled against the Browns in Week 2.
Los Angeles needed such an energy boost to compete with Kansas City in the division, and Herbert suddenly leads the team in that department above Las Vegas and Denver. He was up against Mahomes and was not intimidated, relying on the strong skill set of Ekeler, Kelley, the narrow Hunter Henry and wide receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams.
Herbert is definitely more connected than Burrow and got into a good situation where he will continue to help a lot. Now that he will not surprise any future opponents as a starter, he will get more guts like rovi. But since Barker may have been restricted to Taylor, going to Herbert might be a lucky one soon.
No one expected the rgearjker to stay with the Presidents with Taylor. Now that Herbert has proven that he does not need a year of sitting, the rgers are better, with their high level of running and defense play, to once again get their wildest shot behind the scenes.