Justin Herbert

Justin Herbert Fantasy

Height / Weight
6'6" / 240 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
March 10, 1998 (22)
2020 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 6 (LAC)

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Justin Herbert Shines In First Victory

Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback Justin Herbert looked great in his first victory of his young career. Herbert has been putting up great numbers for fantasy managers this season and that continued in Week 7 versus the Jacksonville Jaguars. The rookie was 27-for-43 on the afternoon for 347 yards and three passing touchdowns. Herbert also was the team leader in rushing yards with 66 on nine carries and also chipped in with touchdown. The rookie has been showing that he could do it all and that no light is bright enough in his young career. Herbert already should be owned in leagues with two quarterbacks and he will be a high-end QB2 versus the Broncos in Week 8. Herbert has a bright future and Sunday's performance is a big reason the Chargers spent their top draft pick on the quarterback this offseason.

Oct. 25th • 8:02 PM
Justin Herbert Seeks First Victory

Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback Justin Herbert will look for his first NFL victory in a matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 7. Herbert has been performing very well since taking the starting gig away from Tyrod Taylor in Week 2. The Chargers had a Week 6 bye, but Herbert threw for 264 yards and four touchdowns against the Saints in Week 5. The rookie will look to keep the stats coming against a Jaguars Defense that is giving up 274 yards and two touchdowns a game, but they have been also been averaging an interception per contest. In what should be a back and forth battle on Sunday, Herbert should be considered a QB2 with upside and should already be rostered in leagues that play two quarterbacks.

Oct. 22nd • 5:29 PM
Justin Herbert Throws For Four Touchdowns

Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback Justin Herbert put together another strong performance against the New Orleans Saints on Monday night. The rookie was only passed for 264 yards, but threw four touchdowns and was 20-for-34 on the evening. He also picked up eight yards on four rushes. Herbert was slowed down in the second half, but he has shown why the Chargers spent a first-round pick on him. The rookie lost his favorite target, wide receiver Keenan Allen (back) early in the game, but found wide receiver Mike Williams for a pair of touchdowns. Herbert has been very impressive in his young career and should be considered a QB2 with upside. The Chargers will be on their bye-week in Week 6 and will return against the Jaguars in Week 7.

Oct. 12th • 11:40 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Justin Herbert
Tyrod Taylor
RB Justin Jackson
Joshua Kelley
LWR Keenan Allen
Tyron Johnson
RWR Mike Williams
Joe Reed
SWR Jalen Guyton
K.J. Hill Jr.
TE Hunter Henry
Virgil Green
LT Sam Tevi
Trey Pipkins III
LG Forrest Lamp
C Dan Feeney
RG Trai Turner
RT Bryan Bulaga
Storm Norton
LDE Joey Bosa
Isaac Rochell
NT Linval Joseph
Damion Square
DT Jerry Tillery
Cortez Broughton
DE/OB Melvin Ingram III
Uchenna Nwosu
LB Kyzir White
Kenneth Murray Jr.
Denzel Perryman
Emeke Egbule
RCB Michael Davis
FS Rayshawn Jenkins
Alohi Gilman
SS Nasir Adderley
LCB Casey Hayward Jr.
Brandon Facyson
CB Desmond King II
K Michael Badgley
Ty Long