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Justin Herbert MNF NFL MVP watch thread

doogiedoogie Posts: 9,781
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Herbert getting killed. He won’t last the season with that O-line

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  • doogiedoogie Posts: 9,781
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    3tds nonetheless
  • CuntWaffleCuntWaffle Posts: 19,294
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    I do not miss the classic Gus Bradley bend and break late game defense.
    biak1CFetters_Nacho_Lover
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  • RoadDawg55RoadDawg55 Posts: 26,037
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    I do not miss the classic Gus Bradley bend and break late game defense.

    Even when we were really good, end of game situations were a problem. It’s not a Gus Bradley issue.
    dncCFetters_Nacho_Lover
  • greenbloodgreenblood Posts: 10,623
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    Herbert is definitely front runner for ROY. His performance on the big stage last night was pretty remarkable, especially considering he was missing his #1 back the entire game, and #1 WR for 80% of the game. The problem with the Chargers begins and ends with coaching. They used to blame Rivers for all the close losses, but now losing 4 games in a row by 1 score or less, shows that this is a systemic problem starting at the top.
    dncRaceBannon
  • Herbert is definitely front runner for ROY. His performance on the big stage last night was pretty remarkable, especially considering he was missing his #1 back the entire game, and #1 WR for 80% of the game. The problem with the Chargers begins and ends with coaching. They used to blame Rivers for all the close losses, but now losing 4 games in a row by 1 score or less, shows that this is a systemic problem starting at the top.

    Him or Burrow.
    dncgreenbloodRoadDawg55
  • haiehaie Posts: 8,892
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    lol that the defensive players on Hard Knocks were telling him 'This isn't Washington State's defense'

    I've never really had a problem with him. He's not a punk.

    His coach appears to have been working against him at the beginning of camp and then all the sudden came to the realization that if he kept that schtick up he'd be fired.
    dnc
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 61,464
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    Herbert is definitely front runner for ROY. His performance on the big stage last night was pretty remarkable, especially considering he was missing his #1 back the entire game, and #1 WR for 80% of the game. The problem with the Chargers begins and ends with coaching. They used to blame Rivers for all the close losses, but now losing 4 games in a row by 1 score or less, shows that this is a systemic problem starting at the top.

    This

    The Chargers always lose by 6 as time runs out with the ball

    Phillip Rivers will testify

    The Chargers actually have a very good defense. They're just losers
    greenblood
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