There was no tie. You know exactly what I’m referring to, because we all wanted to see the Chargers and Raiders tie in the final game of the season that would’ve put both of them in the postseason. Instead, we got the Steelers getting destroyed by the Chiefs.
While enjoying his offseason, Chargers QB Justin Herbert is taking out his frustration on the hardwood.
He was recently spotted at a local gym and throwing down tomahawk dunks on some undersized children.
Herbert completed 34-of-64 pass attempts for 383 yards while throwing for three touchdowns and one interception in the Chargers final game of the year that ended in heartbreak.
It was no playoffs yet again for the Chargers, but it did not come from a lack of trying as Herbert finished the year with 5,014 passing yards, 38 touchdown passes to 15 interceptions, 302 rushing yards, and three rushing touchdowns.
After his Rookie of the Year season in 2020, Herbert avoided a sophomore slump by having the most touchdown passes (69) through the first two seasons of a career in NFL history. The most passing yards (9,350) through the first two seasons of a career in NFL history as well as the most completions (839) through the first two seasons of a career in NFL history.
The Chargers were 7-9 in 2020 and finished 9-8 this past season.