Like a defensive end Files Ingram He said in his post-match squeeze, it wasn’t the prettiest win, but it was a win nonetheless, and the Chargers team wouldn’t apologize for it.
In another stunning performance by the rising midfielder Justin Herbert, The Chargers Avoid back from an intense comeback Jaguar To surpass them in the end 39-29 behind a 347-yard pass and four overall landings from Public Choice No. 6.
Join the rookie Joe Boro Who played against Cleveland Browns Earlier in the day, Herbert became the only other player in the first year to cross 300 yards, throw three touchdowns, and sprint for a score in a single match in NFL history.
Recording began that night Michael Badgley Who converted a 35-yard field target in the opening round of the Spike Game. With five seconds left in the first quarter, wide receiver Joe Reed He took a shot on a plane sweep and slipped his way through two seven-yard defenders for his first NFL landing that put the Charger ahead 9-0 after Badgley I missed the extra point attempt.
Herbert’s first shot to land that day was previously XFL Tight end Donald Parham with 10 minutes remaining in the second half. The result was his second landing in the largest number of catches in the NFL.
The Charger team took a 16-14 lead in the first half, but saw the progress fading rapidly when the Jags stopped a kick just 99 seconds into the second half, brought it back 16 yards for the touchdown and took the lead 21-16.
In the drive that followed, Herbert threw his second descent to a court end, by chance on the day of the National Tribulation Ends, when he raised a pretty ball to Virgil Green In the back corner of the end area to get a 26-yard score.
Officially fired when the Jaguars responded with a 28-yard drop from Gardner Minshew to a wide receiver Chris ConleyAnd pushed them back to the lead at 29-22 after converting the two-point transfer.
After just 58 seconds, Herbert struck a streak Galen Guyton In the right seam in his second touchdown over 70 yards this season – and the third set – to equalize the match on 29-29.
The Chargers’ team was finally able to consolidate their lead and put the game away forever after a five-yard dash from Herbert to finish the third quarter and a final 35-yard field goal from Badgley to take the final score 39-29.
Defensively, Bolts began forcing the Jags to go three in a row four times in a row to start the game with no being allowed to be completed by Minshew until the second quarter. The lash of passes also benefited from Jacksonville’s five forward shots and knocked down The ‘Stache five times, including the top 1.5 team by Uchenna Nwosu. Damion Square and Desmond King Added a while bag Joy BossaAnd the Keizer WhiteAnd and Isaac Rochelle Recorded every half of the quarterback removal process. Kenneth Murray Jr. broke up the team’s only pass that day.
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