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Justin Herbert, one of the NFL’s best young quarterbacks, has been called one of the league’s best QBs when it comes to social media.
But the leader of the Los Angeles Chargers made it clear that he is not that active on social media and that he tries to keep the main thing the main thing.
Justin Herbert on being called a social media QB:
“As a quarterback, you can’t look too much into that because so many people have so many different opinions. If you start listening to one, then you gotta start listening to them all.”
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After three seasons, Herbert is widely considered one of the league’s elite signal-callers, and thanks to him, the Chargers always seem to have at least a puncher’s chance of beating any team in the league.
Even with many of his teammates missing significant time this season due to injuries, he still managed to lead L.A. to a solid 10-7 record and the fifth seed in the AFC.
Herbert himself gutted it out for much of the schedule with a painful rib injury that he sustained early in the year.
Unfortunately, the season ended in heartbreak for him and his team, as it blew a 27-0 lead and lost by one point in the wild-card playoff round to the upstart Jacksonville Jaguars.
But there is no denying that Herbert and the Chargers have some offensive weapons at their disposal.
They have two stud wide receivers in Mike Williams and veteran Keenan Allen, while Austin Ekeler is one of the more underrated running backs in the NFL.
This year, Ekeler had 915 rushing yards, 722 receiving yards and 18 total touchdowns, 13 of them coming on the ground.
Adding a speed threat at wideout would help take advantage of Herbert’s rocket arm, as would a more vertical passing attack under new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore.
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