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Raiders Beat Chargers to Claim Playoff Spot

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00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Raiders Beat Chargers to Claim Playoff Spot

"Forty forty seven seven yard yard field field goal goal as as time time expired expired giving giving the the raiders raiders a a thrilling thrilling thirty thirty five five thirty thirty two two overtime overtime win win over over the the Chargers Chargers and and a a spot spot in in the the playoffs playoffs Las Las Vegas Vegas beat beat the the odds odds of of winning winning its its last last four four games games just just to to reach reach the the postseason postseason here's here's quarterback quarterback Derek Derek Carr Carr this this was was the the coolest coolest thing thing to to see see this this team team come come together together and and be be able able to to still still decide decide that that this this is is what what we we wanted wanted to to do do and and it's it's it's it's a a cool cool feeling feeling L. L. A. A. got got the the game game to to overtime overtime when when Justin Justin Herbert Herbert connected connected with with Mike Mike Williams Williams for for a a game game tying tying touchdown touchdown with with no no time time left left in in regulation regulation I I am am mark mark Myers Myers

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Herbert, Roberts propel Chargers back into playoff position

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00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Herbert, Roberts propel Chargers back into playoff position

"Justin Justin Herbert Herbert passed passed for for two two scores scores in in the the Chargers Chargers thirty thirty four four thirteen thirteen win win over over the the Broncos Broncos Herbert Herbert to to set set a a new new franchise franchise mark mark for for passing passing touchdowns touchdowns in in a a season season with with thirty thirty five five breaking breaking the the record record once once held held by by charger charger legends legends like like Dan Dan Fouts Fouts and and Philip Philip rivers rivers yeah yeah I I I I think think it's it's it's it's special special because because I I was was a a Chargers Chargers fan fan growing growing up up and and I I knew knew about about all all those those guys guys and and I I watch watch them them all all in in you you know know their their football football legends legends and and to to be be able able to to be be even even in in the the same same conversation conversation with with them them is is is is a a huge huge honor honor Austin Austin Ekeler Ekeler had had a a touchdown touchdown run run and and Andre Andre Roberts Roberts ran ran back back a a kick kick of of one one hundred hundred one one yards yards for for a a score score LA LA is is now now nine nine and and seven seven and and remains remains in in playoff playoff contention contention mark mark Myers Myers Inglewood Inglewood California California

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 Kelce's OT touchdown gives Chiefs 34-28 win over Chargers

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00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Kelce's OT touchdown gives Chiefs 34-28 win over Chargers

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Travis Travis Kelsey Kelsey thirty thirty four four yard yard catch catch and and run run in in overtime overtime gave gave the the chiefs chiefs their their tenth tenth win win of of the the season season as as Kansas Kansas city city topped topped the the Chargers Chargers thirty thirty four four twenty twenty eight eight Kelsey Kelsey content content passes passes for for one one hundred hundred ninety ninety one one yards yards and and two two scores scores Patrick Patrick my my homes homes passed passed for for four four hundred hundred ten ten yards yards and and three three touchdowns touchdowns finding finding Tyree Tyree kill kill twelve twelve times times for for one one hundred hundred forty forty eight eight yards yards and and a a score score for for LA LA now now eaten eaten six six Justin Justin Herbert Herbert passed passed for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty six six yards yards two two touchdowns touchdowns and and a a pick pick to to the the NBA NBA hardwood hardwood Kevin Kevin Durant Durant scored scored thirty thirty four four points points and and added added eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and eight eight assists assists as as the the Brooklyn Brooklyn

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Kelce's OT touchdown gives Chiefs 34-28 win over Chargers

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00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Kelce's OT touchdown gives Chiefs 34-28 win over Chargers

"Travis Travis Kelsey Kelsey scored scored on on a a thirty thirty four four yard yard touchdown touchdown pass pass from from Patrick Patrick Mahomes Mahomes in in overtime overtime giving giving the the chiefs chiefs a a thirty thirty four four twenty twenty eight eight win win over over the the Chargers Chargers just just trying trying to to get get extra extra yards yards trying trying to to put put our our team team in in a a position position to to keep keep moving moving the the ball ball downfield downfield and and sure sure enough enough just just saw saw a a lot lot of of guys guys working working to to to to get get blocks blocks downfield downfield and and just just just just find find my my way way in in the the end end zone zone the the Kansas Kansas city city tight tight end end also also caught caught a a game game tying tying touchdown touchdown with with just just a a minute minute sixteen sixteen left left in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter Mahomes Mahomes finished finished the the night night with with four four hundred hundred ten ten passing passing yards yards and and three three scores scores as as the the chief chief to to win win their their seventh seventh straight straight game game LA's LA's Justin Justin Herbert Herbert threw threw two two touchdowns touchdowns and and ran ran for for one one or or three three times times the the offense offense had had the the ball ball inside inside the the chiefs chiefs five five yard yard line line and and came came away away empty empty mark mark Myers Myers Inglewood Inglewood California California

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Josh Palmer and Jared Cook each catch a touchdown in Chargers’ win

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00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Josh Palmer and Jared Cook each catch a touchdown in Chargers’ win

"Justin Justin Herbert Herbert threw threw three three touchdown touchdown passes passes and and the the Chargers Chargers rolled rolled over over the the giants giants thirty thirty seven seven twenty twenty one one Joshua Joshua Palmer Palmer Jaylen Jaylen Guyton Guyton and and Jared Jared cook cook each each caught caught scoring scoring strikes strikes from from Herbert Herbert and and Austin Austin nectar nectar found found the the end end zone zone on on a a one one yard yard run run Mike Mike Glennon Glennon quarterback quarterback the the giants giants and and passed passed for for two two TD's TD's and and ran ran for for one one New New York York scored scored a a couple couple of of late late touchdowns touchdowns to to make make the the final final score score respectable respectable Chargers Chargers are are now now eight eight and and five five the the giants giants are are four four nine nine mark mark Myers Myers Inglewood Inglewood

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Up-and-down Chargers hold off Bengals for 41-22 victory

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00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Up-and-down Chargers hold off Bengals for 41-22 victory

"Justin Justin Herbert Herbert passed passed for for three three first first quarter quarter touchdowns touchdowns as as the the Chargers Chargers jumped jumped out out to to a a twenty twenty four four nothing nothing lead lead Cincinnati Cincinnati stormed stormed back back narrowing narrowing the the margin margin to to twenty twenty four four twenty twenty two two midway midway through through the the third third quarter quarter and and Joe Joe mixin mixin seven seven yard yard TD TD run run but but cornerback cornerback Tavon Tavon Campbell Campbell returned returned a a fourth fourth quarter quarter mix mix and and fumble fumble sixty sixty one one yards yards for for a a score score tilting tilting things things back back LA's LA's way way final final score score Chargers Chargers forty forty one one Bengals Bengals twenty twenty two two how how I I improved improved to to seven seven and and five five on on the the season season the the same same record record as as Cincinnati Cincinnati I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Surtain's pair of picks leads Broncos past Chargers 28-13

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00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Surtain's pair of picks leads Broncos past Chargers 28-13

"The the Broncos Broncos used used two two quarterbacks quarterbacks and and got got two two interceptions interceptions from from a a rookie rookie corner corner to to defeat defeat the the Chargers Chargers twenty twenty eight eight thirteen thirteen both both teams teams are are tied tied for for second second place place in in the the AFC AFC west west with with Las Las Vegas Vegas all all at at six six and and five five teddy teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater ran ran eleven eleven yards yards for for one one touchdown touchdown in in the the first first quarter quarter and and drew drew lock lock threw threw a a one one yard yard for for another another in in the the fourth fourth that's that's our our ten ten picked picked off off Justin Justin Herbert Herbert in in the the end end zone zone then then grabbed grabbed a a tipped tipped ball ball and and ran ran seventy seventy yards yards to to the the house house just just sealed sealed the the deal deal Bruce Bruce Morton Morton Denver Denver

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"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"Anthony elyn and Philip Rivers to the new coach of the new quarterback in LA? Justin Herbert too is gonna suffer the same fate and you're like, man, oh my gosh, it's gonna really be. And the Steelers came back, they well, sorry, the Chargers went for it on their own like 30 yard line. I think 34 yard line, fourth and inches, they went for it. They got stopped with four minutes left. Steelers got the ball. They kicked a field goal took a 34 to 37 lead and you're like, oh my gosh. Again, the steeler, a charger's excuse me. It's just it's a game straight out of the Anthony Lynn Philip Rivers era. Now, Justin Herbert being the star quarterback he has found a way to win. He had a long touchdown pass to Mike Williams for a long touchdown. That took the lead and then they sacked Big Ben on two plays. Was it in a row? I think it was actually first down and third and long. Anyway, it ended up being like fourth and forever for the Steelers. They could not convert the Chargers found a way to win, but it was just a weird, weird, wild game that deserves a shout out, just if you have the time, go find a way to watch the fourth quarter of the Steelers and chargers game. The Steelers scored 27 points in the fourth quarter. Almost had a crazy comeback. They came up just short. And it was a really I watched this game after the fact. I wish I could have been watching live. I mean, I regret not. I watched as many games as I can live. I didn't watch this one live. I mean, I started about an hour late so I can fast forward through commercials, but I try to go into as few games as possible, knowing the outcome. And I wish I hadn't known the outcome going in because it was a even knowing what happened it was crazy. And I didn't even imagine for people watching live. Let alone, I bet steelers fans were like, we're gonna make it. We're gonna get a win. We're gonna have a comeback and they came up just short. Justin Herbert, they charged their quarterback played really, really well, though. He was 30 for 41 passing at 382 yards, three touchdowns, one interception, also he ran the ball 9 times for 90 yards, and that's the most I've seen Justin Herbert run the ball. And it wasn't designed quarterback runs. It wasn't him running because there was a lot of pressure on him..

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Herbert throws for 382 yards, Chargers hold off Steelers

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00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Herbert throws for 382 yards, Chargers hold off Steelers

"Austin Ekeler scored four touchdowns two rushing into receiving and the Chargers forty one thirty seven win over the Steelers definitely special night you know get up to score four touchdowns very often but Hey I'll take four eighty day a day and then I fell it's hard to score but it took a fifty three yard touchdown pass from Justin Herbert to Mike Williams with two oh nine remaining to decide the outcome Herbert finished with three hundred eighty two passing yards and three scores Ben Roethlisberger returned to the field after testing positive for covert nineteen and also threw three touchdowns mark Myers Inglewood California

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Cousins throws 2 TDs, Vikings bounce back to beat Chargers

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00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Cousins throws 2 TDs, Vikings bounce back to beat Chargers

"The Vikings came away with a twenty seven twenty win over the Chargers as Kirk cousins threw a pair of touchdown passes to Tyler Conklin who like the wide open offense conditions if there's an office want to come out and be aggressive that's a big thing for us this week as you know being aggressive and not just being aggressive the staying aggressive I think we did a good job doing that today cousins completed twenty five of thirty seven for two hundred ninety four yards Dalvin cook rushed for ninety four yards in helping the foreign five bikes and a two game skid Justin Jefferson had nine receptions for one hundred forty three yards from Minnesota which had five players on the call the nineteen list Justin Herbert was twenty of thirty four for one hundred ninety five yards with a touchdown and an interception for the five and four Chargers who have dropped three of their last four I'm Dave Ferrie

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Justin Herbert has 3 TDs, Chargers beat Eagles 27-24

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00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Justin Herbert has 3 TDs, Chargers beat Eagles 27-24

"Dustin Hopkins kicked a twenty nine yard field goal with two seconds left in regulation to give the Chargers a twenty seven twenty four win over the eagles Philadelphia tied the game on Jan one hurts to a twenty eight yard touchdown pass to devante Smith with six or seven the plate quarterback Justin Herbert threw for three hundred fifty six passing yards he threw two touchdown passes and ran for another for the Chargers who approved the six and three hurts threw for one hundred sixty two yards with the eagles whose record fell to three and six Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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 Phillips pick-six propels Patriots past Chargers 27-24

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00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Phillips pick-six propels Patriots past Chargers 27-24

"The New England Patriots won on the road in Los Angeles beating the Chargers twenty seven to twenty four head coach bill Belichick said his team did just enough to come out with the W. we did some good things we give a friendly place like I said we gotta coach better and play better more consistently but not with enough things to win so that's good Adrian Phillips had two interceptions including a twenty six yard pick six early in the fourth quarter that put the patriots into the lead parts rookie Mack Jones threw for two hundred eighteen yards without turning it over LA's Justin Herbert threw two touchdowns and two interceptions mark Myers Inglewood California

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Update on the latest sports

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01:00 min | 7 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree major league baseball's NLCS the Atlanta Braves now hold a two oh series lead Eddie Rosario singled home the winning run in the ninth inning to send the Braves past Los Angeles Dodgers five to four we're sorry you had four hits for Atlanta in the NFL the Arizona Cardinals remain the NFL's only unbeaten team and continue their best start since nineteen seventy four Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six now with a thirty seven fourteen dismantling of the Browns also around the NFL on Sunday night football TJ white forced a strip sack of Seattle Seahawks starter Geno Smith in overtime as the Steelers moved to three and three on the year with a twenty three twenty when dak Prescott three thirty five yard touchdown pass to CeeDee lamb in overtime to give the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine victory over the patriots Aaron Rodgers passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Packers fifth straight win twenty four fourteen at Chicago the March Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the ravens frustrated Justin Herbert in a thirty four six stifling of the Chargers I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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 Ravens shut down Herbert, Chargers in 34-6 victory

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00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Ravens shut down Herbert, Chargers in 34-6 victory

"Lamar Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the defense shut down Justin Herbert as the ravens beat up on the Chargers thirty four to six each of Baltimore's three veteran running backs Latavius Murray levy on bell and Avantor Freeman scored touchdowns the defense held the Chargers to just two hundred eight total yards impressing Jackson awesome everyday going on in the final round of stuff like that it was tremendous to watch those guys do what they do well we all know they can do we've got to keep you know offices especially Jackson hit mark Andrews with a touchdown pass from nine yards out Herbert finished with a touchdown pass but only one hundred ninety five yards through the air Craig

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Herbert's 398 yards, Ekeler 3 TDs lead Chargers over Browns

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00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Herbert's 398 yards, Ekeler 3 TDs lead Chargers over Browns

"Justin Herbert accounted for five touchdowns in the Chargers forty seven forty two win over the Browns Herbert passed for four scores and ran for another it didn't go the way we thought it was going to today we didn't X. imagine to put up forty seven points like that but sometimes it's that type how you have to win games in the NFL the game saw four lead changes in the fourth quarter when the teams combined for forty one points Austin Ekeler made the go ahead score on a three yard run with ninety one seconds remaining his third touchdown of the game Cleveland's Baker Mayfield had a pair of touchdown throws and Kareem hunt rushed for two more mark Myers Inglewood California

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 Herbert, Ekeler propel Chargers to 28-14 win over Raiders

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00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Herbert, Ekeler propel Chargers to 28-14 win over Raiders

"Justin Herbert threw three touchdown passes and the Chargers beat the raiders twenty eight to fourteen on Monday Night Football LA is one three of four to begin the season and safety Derwin James who intercepted a Derek Carr pass in the win says this charger team could be special we just got to keep going and keep keep your momentum because you don't the season doesn't end this week it in next week so we gotta keep stacking the winds and you know keep getting better every week LA took a twenty one to nothing lead at halftime raiders got within seven on a pair of car TD throws but Austin actors fourth quarter rushing score his second touchdown of the game to seal the W. mark

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Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs 30-24 in KC

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00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Chargers rally to beat turnover-prone Chiefs 30-24 in KC

"Two plays after given new life because of a pass interference penalty against Kansas city Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert threw the game winning touchdown pass in there thirty to twenty four win Herbert also made the best of four takeaways by the Chargers defense Herbert threw four TD passes without any interceptions chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had three touchdown passes but was intercepted twice Greg Ackland Kansas city

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Zuerlein Makes 56-Yarder on Last Play, Cowboys Beat Chargers

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00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Zuerlein Makes 56-Yarder on Last Play, Cowboys Beat Chargers

"Greg Zuerlein connected on a fifty six yard field goal as time expired giving the cowboys a twenty seventeen victory over the Chargers the winning kick came after Tristan Vizcaino tied the game with a twenty nine yard kick with three fifty eight left Dallas running back Trey Pollard had one hundred nine yards on thirteen carries dak Prescott completed twenty three of twenty seven passes for two hundred thirty seven yards we talked about all week long one to finish one to finish each drive one to finish the game I want to necessarily take it out of the defense handcuffs are going back to last week we could have finished and we could finish in the red zone with a touchdown so we could have finished that game last week Justin Herbert had his tenth three hundred yard passing game completing thirty one of forty one for three hundred thirty eight yards he had one touchdown pass but threw two interceptions I'm Dave Ferrie

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"justin herbert" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

03:09 min | 10 months ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"To establish I feel like. I've got a great relationship with him. I can go to him for anything. And i know you can do the same thing for me and You know he cares about all his players and he's a smart guy to knows exactly what he's doing. The defense dialed up there. Doing a great job disguising their looks a lot of fun to play for. Isn't it crazy. That five years ago he was a division three defensive coordinator. It's a lot of hard work to get to where he is now from there but I doubt it because he he's a hardworking and he's a smart guy and i know there's ever a problem he's going to get just justin herber. Good luck thank you very much. Three two one. My thanks justin herbert He's growing in stature and he's a he's a good man who i think can really deal with the pressures that a young quarterback has to deal with today the weight of a franchise on his shoulders. Last thing i wanted to just throw at one point. Look josh allen got this gigantic new contract six years two hundred and fifty eight million dollars i think but basically josh allen is going to be playing football for two point five million dollars a week for the next six years and you think about that and you say and the one thing i always wonder about will money. Change the guy. Will he be different because he just won the nfl lottery. And i asked. I've asked a lot of people that question and obviously there's nobody who's going to say. Oh yeah he's going to be just going to be a bomb. He's not gonna work anymore. He's arrived he knows it. So everybody says that allen obviously is insistent which you'll see in my conversation with him. I'd nbc sports dot com. But i found a really interesting point was made by a jordan palmer who obviously is his his tutor a works with in the off season and he told me that josh allen this year was not consumed by getting more money he talked and work toward fixing what he did wrong in their biggest games last year the games that they lost especially against kansas city and palmer said he's one of those guys who just isn't going to say i got my money now. I'm comfortable again. Everybody's gonna say that. I understand and time will tell but i think if i were the buffalo bills. I would've made the exact same decision that they did. Pay the quarterback now and in part. The money for quarterbacks never goes backwards as the dallas cowboys found with dak prescott. It always rises so get it done now. So instead of paying him fifty million a year a year or year and a half from now they pay forty three million a year and do a better job for the long term. Best interest of the buffalo bills franchise. Hey that's it for my podcast. This week thanks a lot for joining me. It's really windy out here in.

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"justin herbert" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

05:28 min | 10 months ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Thanks to patrick mahomes. And you know on a personal note You know this is the kind of person that i have found. Patrick mahomes to be early in me. Getting to know him a little bit and look everybody always says. Well you know mahomes. I don't know mahomes talk to three times a year. I mean that's not knowing somebody. But what i really appreciate about him is that i reached out to the To the franchise. When i was doing my replacement collins my guest columns this summer and i said listen. I'm gonna write about tarez paler and tarez paler for those of you. Don't know he was a football columnist for yahoo sports. Thirty seven years old He he is black and he's been a friend of mine. I'm not. I was not close to tarez but i was getting to know him more and more and this year on the day after the super bowl tarez paler died And so i- he's only. He was only thirty seven years old. So those losses felt obviously in the sports writing road but it's also felt where he lived in kansas city. Patrick mahomes new tarez paler. Well they had a great relationship. And i reached out to the chiefs. Would patrick be willing to write a short essay. Six or seven hundred words for the top of my column on tarez paler attribute collins tarez paler and basically trying to get people to donate money to a scholarship fund at tarez paler alma mater alma mater howard university. Which i thought was so important for very single reason. I started covering the nfl. Nineteen eighty-four. i'd go into a press box. I mean there might be one hundred and fifty people in that press box. Maybe three of them were black. And now i go into a press box. And if i go into a press box with two hundred and fifty people and i'm generalizing maybe thirty or black so progress is being made. But it's still not nearly enough. And so i wanted to make sure that people understood that and i asked patrick mahomes. He agreed to do it and he did it very very well. And i really wanted him to address that aspect of it the fact that we need to see more black reporters covering the nfl. And that's one of the reasons why he wrote this piece for my column and why. He is such a big advocate for the scholarship fund. At howard tarez paler. He wants another generation of sports writers. Who don't look like me to be able to find homes covering the national football league and quite honestly to just be writing about anything leaving college these days because journalism is so important anyway. My thanks to patrick mahomes. You should know that and you should know that. hey look. It didn't take three days to do this but he took time out of his off season to do that. And i am appreciative. So let's go on to my conversation. It chargers training camp last week with the rising star quarterback the los angeles chargers just in herber question. I wanted to ask you for months. Is week two of the season last year. You're standing there. You're backing up. Tyrod taylor and all of a sudden you're told you're in you've never played a live snap in the nfl in your life and now you're having to go out and play against the kansas city chiefs. Can you take me back to that moment in. Describe what it was like and then what you're thinking going on the field at that moment. Of course. I think it's one of those moments that you know i. I've looked to my entire life and being able to go out there and play football in the national football league against the reigning. Super bowl champs. I i don't think it's much better than that and As quickly as it happened. You didn't have to worry about anything you just go. How quickly did it happen. It was maybe maybe fifteen to twenty seconds kickoff and You didn't have to worry about it. as coach anthony lynn. So he comes up to he goes. You're in and i didn't have my helmet so i had to go get my helmet. Did you ask them why. No i just said all right and because we're about to receive the kickoff and i needed to get the plan you you'd get my helmet and there was things that needed to happen really quickly so i i had to run over there and get it but Fun though and then when you went out to the huddle did anybody say anything to you like. Hey kid what are you doing here. I don't think any of them. New hunter henry for the first time when he saw me out there he he almost said you know. What are you doing here. And i just said you know what run play. We're gonna run the plane and hand it off and we're going to get five yards so that's kind of how it went down but It was it was kind of funny. There did anybody on the defense. Say anything to you at that moment. A couple of guys. It kind of started spread throughout the sideline. And i remember. Joey came up to joey. Bosa and slapping on the shoulder and said all right. It's time to go. it's up to you now. And i remember thinking like oh it's my turn you know i get to go out there and play football and To have the support of those guys out there made it a lot easier and then did anybody on the chiefs. Say anything to you when you came up to the line no It was it was really quite and especially with fans out there. Either it was kind of a weird introduction to the nfl but It's funny the way it worked out..

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"justin herbert" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"So you also bought a partial stake in the local pro soccer team sporting kansas city. Why have you bought a stake in both the royals and kansas city. Yeah i mean. I think it's kind of a longtime vision for my future obviously being in kansas city being in this community and seeing the people that we have here. I know that. I'm gonna be for a very long time. And i love for for other sports as well and i love baseball. My dad My fiancee brittany played soccer professionally overseas. So i've developed a love for watching soccer and to see those people in those organizations and how they ran I get the look in on it at an early age And i know once. Football's over i'll still be in sports somehow and so what better way than looking through other organizations that have had success in this area are then comey give me a little insight into it. You really want an nba team in kansas city. Don't you oh. I do big time and We have the infrastructure. We have the the fan base. If you look at lawrence and how We support a the university of kansas. You know that we'd had the fans out there so it's just about trying to get a team here and we'll see if we can make it happen in the in the long run but i i'm excited for what we have now. Have you been active at all and trying to make that happen. I have a little bit. I've talked to some people and try to see what's the chances of getting a team here and it's a it's a long term vision. That hopefully will happen over time. But i mean. I love watching basketball. I'll i'll watch the mavs lot being from texas luca don-shik and all those guys go to work. And i think kansas city it'd be a great place for team. Want to ask you something about the super bowl. After the super bowl i looked up the stats and you were hit or significantly pressured. Twenty nine times in that game which is a super bowl record. No quarterback was ever abused that much in a super bowl which was natural. You had a lot of guys out on the line. It was a makeshift line. And yet knowing you you're still probably really angry about the way the offense played and about how many points you produced in that game. How do you look back on that day. Yeah i think you look back on that day and you have to learn from it. I think the biggest thing when you beat like that By obviously a really good. Football team You have to look back on that and see that you can't come not one hundred percent ready to play every single day and we had injuries here and there but everyone has injuries at their time of year for us to not go out there and be able to even the end zone at all It's something that will haunt me for the rest of my career but You learn you get better from it and try to make sure you're ready to go and whenever you get another chance at you don't Go out and show out like he did that time. How physically healthy were you that day with your foot. The injury to your foot. Yeah i mean it was hurt But i mean it was hurt kind of throughout the entire playoffs. I knew to have surgery after the season. knew that wouldn't be right after the season as quickly as possible and it will be a rehab process of a couple of months And so to me. At that point there was nothing that was gonna hold me back from being on that football field And i feel like if i could if i could have played better earlier in the game and might have kinda lessen the pressure that we got throughout the entire game and so it kinda. That's football works if you don't come out ready to play You can get your tell wolf anywhere so in the time after the game you have surgery. What is the status of your tone. Your foot right now. Yeah it feels good now. I mean this is the best. It's felt since since the play right before the playoffs last year I've been able to go out here have had taken any days off at it. Haven't had to take any plays off whereas in the spring a little bit. Not as when i was doing some of the sprint outs. We kinda let chad to go in and do that type of stuff so being able to do that. And take the constant pressure of every single day running and being on that and not having any setbacks We're in a good spot that hopefully we can keep building and keeping better by even season when you look at your offensive line now. The one that you're practicing with right now what do you think. Is it a work in progress. And what's the chemistry like there. I think that's been the biggest soup i wanna say. Surprised but really surprised for me is the chemistry that they built so quickly. When you have a lot of new guys. I mean in that whole entire offense align room and then without starting five a lot of new guys on that on that group to see them kind of come together. They're hanging out there having dinners. They're eating with each other every single time. We're out. I'm out here at the lunchroom here And they've become best friends So they've already started to build that chemistry. Obviously there'll be bumps here and there where they're learning how we do things here compared to where they were at But you see that fight and that passionate they had for this game. And i think that's gonna that's already really good so he can get even better as the season goes on. Is you've watched the nfl this off season. There's been a bunch of drama with quarterbacks with russell wilson with aaron rodgers and i sort of look at you and i'm sure i mean you're a lot earlier in your career than those guys are but when you look at your place with this team you relationship with andy reid. The coach and bread beach. The general manager seems almost golden. What is your relationship with those guys like. And why has it turned out to be so good. I think the biggest thing is. I mean they just they really want to win and so do i. I think whenever you're looking around the league every guy that's that's kind of had some stuff happen this off season..

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Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes Says Justin Herbert Comment Was 'Taken Out of Context'

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00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes Says Justin Herbert Comment Was 'Taken Out of Context'

"So our quarterbacks don't technically face off against each other. Patrick mahomes in herbert hefei stock as starters just wants so. Far with mahomes the chiefs winning thriller against l. Lsu is renewed. Rising rivalry in the afc may take a listen next year. Also you won't believe mahomes clarified his comments in the interview with usa today saying quote. I think he got taken out of context. I was talking to some trashed. While the raiders and broncos and chargers fans out there. I have a ton of respect for him as a player.

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"justin herbert" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"But in any event, I think it's probably Cuyler and then probably Justin Herbert. Really small sample size with Justin Herbert, Um, as we know, obviously seven games in total, but there's a lot to see there. That makes you think like Wow. This could be next level special from Justin Herbert, not just as a thrower, but also as a runner at times as well. Looking forward to seeing what all of these guys do, certainly for the rest of the season, But, yeah, I think Justin Herbert is a guy that certainly excites me. From the moment we've seen him take over that Chargers offense, hers. It's just been lights out, and I love the way that he plays with this just quiet confidence. It never felt like he was ever unsure of him being the guy to lead that Chargers team. Again. I agree. And I think that to me of you have similar question. I think Justin Herbert is the guy. You probably don't know why Why it is maybe it's I know what it is exactly. Maybe the weekend ducks himself or just some of these passes that I'm seeing him make under pressure. Maybe it's just that my eyes are kind of trained to kind of old school football where use more of a bigger guy sitting back in the pocket, throwing the ball, but I feel like he might have Ah, higher ceiling than something some of the other guys, I always think that You know, Height is a kind of a misnomer. When it comes to quarterbacks. A lot of times, A lot of things were put on the height of a quarterback and many, many quarterbacks have proven that wrong. However, I will say this that I think smaller quarterbacks is shorter quarterbacks. Always have to work a little bit harder. They just have to work a little bit harder. It'd completely possible. I think it's going to be easier for Justin Hobart, making that that next step Transition. In his game because he is that kind of big body and mobile quarterback. I know there are a lot of knocks on his size. Certainly when he was coming into the NFL, but washing Tyler Murray run around out there today I am the last person who wants to be tasked with trying to bring him down. Certainly, right in our last hour here on prime time, we're going to talk to an NFL insider. Plus, we're gonna talk books and states on Sunday night Football. That's next on ESPN radio. Don't miss.

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"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"But this is a matchup that I feel I just want to see this happen a lot as time goes on and I think for years to come I'm hoping We're going to have really good matchups between Justin Herbert and the Chargers and Drew lock and the Denver Broncos. All right, guys, I'm gonna take a short break when I return we're going to talk about some will do some NFL news and we'll talk about the Vikings beating the Packers and the Saints will the Saints. Oh my gosh. No, the Seattle Seahawks beating the 49ers. The Forty Niners are in bad shape tonight the Packers play the 49ers and I I didn't covid-19 have a big impact on the game. But you got to realize the San Francisco 49ers are just totally devoid of talent. Everybody's injured or hurt and it's really really bad. So I I cautioned you if you're watching the game tonight do not have high expectations for the San Francisco 49ers. If they win this game. It's just another example of how long of a genius or head coach Kyle Shanahan truly is guys. My name is Akshay Kumar..

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"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"There was an incomplete pass on an out breaking route to Mike Williams and on 3rd and 10 Justin Herbert home and Guiton wide-open deep and miss the throw. So the Chargers had to settle for a field goal after 3 incomplete passes. I don't know that throwing a football vertically is what I would call conservative play-calling, you know, when the very next drive again, there were three great passes that led to a Chargers punt First and Ten was a trick play. They had Keenan Allen throw a pass. I would not call that conservative at all on 2nd and 10th. Justin did not see a linebacker floating outside throwing a swing route. That's a very dangerous pass got lucky. Nothing really bad happened. It just felt like complete that's actually very fortunate and on Thursday. There was a simple throw for 3 yards and the charges had to punt now later on 3rd and 6 again. Justin was not on the same page as a receiver. I just my point here is to say that Saying the Chargers lost this game and allowed the Broncos to come back because they're offensive play-calling was conservative is just totally inaccurate. I could not disagree more. I don't think it's not something you can disagree on it's just wrong and not true. And I think that people are starting to get a little bit too defensive about Justin Herbert. Like especially I don't know if I could stand or something. I'm allowed to say I'd actually don't fully know the meaning of it, but my my understanding of the word Stan is that you love somebody no matter what they do and I think people are becoming stands of Justin Herbert and Diving a little too deep into their act like you can do no wrong and it's okay to think critically thinking critically does not mean you're bad-mouthing somebody. And I think Jessa her fans are going a little bit overboard and I hope people realize he's not perfect and that's totally okay. He's a Young quarterback. He gets Grace. He makes mistakes that's totally fine. And it's kind of like people are afraid to say that, you know, if it's not the coaches fault for this loss then it must be Justin Herbert fault and that could never be it could never be Justin Herbert fault month. And so I would just encourage people stop looking for blame. This game was a loss. It sucks. So 2 and 5 every time the Chargers lose a game. It's actually good for them. By the way. They were never going to make the playoffs this year losing games actually helps them get a higher draft picks. I got no problem with that and I think people got to stop looking for people to blame and starts. Appreciate you got the right quarterback. I think you got the right coach that's allowed him to develop and get better rather than pointing blame at somebody just cuz you want somebody else to blame again. I don't think did anything wrong. The problem was not that the Chargers allowed that they had conservative play-calling a gnome. That's just a silly stupid thing and weird feedback note that I just did not agree with and isn't true at all. Now..

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"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"It's disappointing. It's too bad feels like a missed opportunity. Now I Want To Praise one more thing. Denver's offense did not do a lot in the first half. They really you know as 14 to 3 at halftime Denver. Only scored 3 points, but what I did like what was good is that in spite of the fact that they weren't scoring and they weren't there wasn't a lot happening at the very minimum. They also weren't turning the ball over and sometimes you just get beat. There are times where the defense wins and they make a good call or they make a good play found what you can't do as a recorder back in as an offense is compound a loss you get beat but don't compound the loss with a mistake a moment. I loved where Drew lock, you know with mom threw the ball away and I went. Okay, like I knew that going into the game. I knew the score when I started watching the game. I knew the final score. So I knew that the Broncos were going to come back and I love seeing that in the process of You know this, you know really a whole first half of the Broncos kind of struggling an offense at the very minimum through like we still taking care of the ball playing a clean game and not having you know, not compounding that loss is a bad mistake. Now the Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. Oh my gosh. I I've really enjoyed watching this guy play this year. He played so well and he keeps proving me wrong over and over and over again, and I've got no problem with that. He's playing very very well. He had three touchdowns on Sunday against Denver now, I will say I did think that some of the problems Justin had in college kind of popped up in this game, but there was a third and 12 where he had a bad interception that it just wasn't a great decision. There was nothing open Monday was a deep post and the safety was waiting to undercut the ball. That's a pick you can't make out throw. It's just not there. He was inaccurate a couple of times in quick game scenarios. There was like a slave Example he threw behind a receiver. There was a third and five where he led a receiver right into a Defender and that's an old habit. He has some college where he got his receivers killed in college throwing them contact and he's got to be more aware of where he's throwing and what situation his receiver is in but you know, honestly, I gotta say yeah, Justin Herbert had some mistakes in this game, but I have no worries either Justin as a Young quarterback..

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"justin herbert" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Is unbelievable the matchup that he could be a strike for stride. I mean, he's just one of the biggest human beings I've ever seen out there in the football field. Playing receiver. But Justin Herbert, what a great start to his young career. And I mean, I know Broncos fans don't want to hear this, but he looks he looks better. And actually, he looks better than I thought he would. I was I was not a Justin Herbert guy. Coming into the NFL, but he is definitely shut me up. 340 passing yards, three touchdowns. No pics Hell, said 66 rushing yards on nine carries for a touchdown. And my optimism about this game coming up. We'll get into a little more. Tomorrow is more about the Broncos, matching because their defense which has been pretty average to below average, but certainly on the offense, they could move the ball. Yeah, but like human Allen makes it really easy on Justin. Hurry, see such a damn good route Runner. But I mean 10 for 1 25. I mean, Herberts just been on fire, statistically finally gets now in the win column. I know Broncos fans want to do. It's natural, but Ease up just on the comparisons. I know that he's doing really, really well in a very comparable sample size, but it's not fair to the development of Drew lock. The Broncos have a plan right now. They're currently going through that plan. I know Herbert looks really good. Just Exercise that patients and a lot of young quarterbacks out there, making it seem like the Broncos air getting left behind. Just exercise patients is averaging over 300 yards passing per games at 12 Touchdowns, three interceptions. Jesse, What do you think? Block first Herberts? Probably unfair, but I do think measuring the two franchises is fair. Yes, it's kind of a good measuring stick this week, as opposed to last week. I mean, the chiefs are far above and beyond better than the Broncos. It's the other Broncos match up against the charges as we can go from there. I'm hungry said with you. Let's get to the Jets hosting the bills. Now we do. The bill's gonna win, like like there is no real moment. But Get her up 10 to 6.5 time. And there is certainly a little bit of Ah, what's going on with the bills? And that's kind of what I want to talk about Mohr than the Jets. Losing is how the bills have been playing lately. Here's Sam Darnold throwing interceptions second down in 22..

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"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"Game with some good prose and a lot of mistakes is not offer me. I will admit it's harder today to be skeptical than I was a week ago. I feel better about Justin Herbert than I used to after just one game seems he's working really really hard. I loved his quarterback coach Pep Hamilton Pep. Hamilton is a former XFL head coach. I really liked him and I'm also really glad that Justin Herbert has Mike Williams and Keenan net receiver their skill-set really helps Justin Herbert. I mean there are times where they can make up for his inaccuracy with really good catches. There was a pro literally on Sunday. We're Keenan Allen caught up all behind him and pulled it in and got a pretty solid gain from that, but I'm not ready to dive All In On Justin Herbert. I just simply from what I've seen I go. I know that's crazy. People are always stats were good stats are not everything you gotta understand right now to me. I see about a fifty-fifty chance that he succeeds and it really depends on how hard he works moving forward. His Improvement is encouraging though. He looks a little better Sunday than he did in college, but here are the mistakes. He made the first mistake is very obvious. It's his interception on 2nd and two, he's running to the left. There's open field in front of him and instead of running for a solid gain. He tries to throw the ball back across the field and a double coverage. It's a bone-headed mistake interception really bad play just take the easy first-down and run the ball. I don't understand what's going on here with this thought process in the third quarter on first-and-ten. He took a big sack instead of throwing the ball away to another moment. We were like dude throw the ball away instead. They caused a second and 24 there was a third-and-seven where the Chiefs blitzed and he had a man open against man coverage and he doesn't throw to the open man. But he does throw the ball away. So I'm glad he didn't take the sack but I wish he'd hit this open man. It's kind of a weird situation where he could have handled the blitz better, but he also could have handled it worse off. You kind of grade. It neutrally where it's not a positive. It's also not a minus. There was a third-and-goal play where he turned the wrong way. He missed a number of throws where he was just straight-up inaccurate off. His first throw was an overthrow to Keenan Allen to do does have a cannon for an arm though. The ball gets out of his hands incredibly quick later. He threw an out route too high and out of bounds. There was a third down to where he had Hunter Henry opened underneath another just blatant really bad missed. There was a lot to be excited about but Chargers fans are also overlooking a lot of concerning life takes a lot of concerning things that happened on Sunday and I totally get it. I understand why Chargers fans are all in on Justin Herbert part of it is because they need to be there's a layer of game. Action here involved where Chargers fans need Justin Herbert to be amazing because they picked him to be their franchise quarterback. Personally, I'm not sold yet, you know time will tell I'm excited to keep watching Justin Herbert. I want to watch this development to be clear. I want to see Justin Herbert succeeding be awesome seems like a good guy. He's from my home state. I am not rooting against Justin Herbert, but my job as an analyst is to be honest. And when I say why it's Justin.

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"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"Rookie quarterback. Justin Herbert. Let's jump in. So Chargers rookie quarterback, Justin Herbert surprisingly made his NFL debut on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. He started the game. And again man the word I use an old repeat again is surprised. I was surprised he played at all. I was surprised he did so well, we'll talk about what happened. There were some mistakes that I think are important to highlight at the end of this topic. It's going to basically a film analysis video where I show you what went wrong and part of the mistakes Justin Herbert made and why I'm not all in and sold on Justin Herbert. There are a couple of things again. It's that line was 20 to 5:33 passing had 311 yards one touchdown one interception. I want to start with what was good cuz I want to praise the guy I don't hate Justin Herbert despite the way that people think and kind of believe about me just input on his Instagram. I loved it. He said relentlessly seeking Improvement. That's awesome. I love that. That's what he should be doing. The question is never been whether or not Justin Herbert is capable. Go west Colorado versus origin last year. Justin Herbert was incredible against Colorado a senior year. The question with Justin Herbert is can he be inconsistent? That's what he needs to do now to me. It's only one game. I don't want to overreact but I will say that Justin looked improved somewhat from college to its birth in the NFL here this awesome touchdown pass into the back corner of the endzone just announced his massive arm where you know, he threw it before the coroner could get into position. That's a really really cool to charge. There's a 17-play drive that ended in a field goal but a 17-play drive that's not an accident. That's really really good football so credit adjusted her but there are some things he did on Sunday that I like. Oh now I've got a lot of messages from people saying apologize to Justin Herbert or you were wrong about Justin Herbert. And those people look at the stats or they look at highlights and I get it. If you look at just stats or highlights, then he looks incredible. But if you're going to look at the game just from a simplistic surface-level view, then I would say well he also didn't win the game. And while you think that's not fair. I agree. That's not fair. So let's have a talk about nuance and dive into the Nuance of what happened rather than just looking at a surface level with Justin Herbert. I want to explain his mistakes in a minute, but I do want to say if I'm wrong and Justin Herbert becomes a star quarterback in the NFL. I have no problem admitting that I will I admit when I'm wrong. I try that all the time when I'm wrong about stuff. I own it. It's important to me. It's one of my core values. But one game it's not enough for me to admit that I'm wrong about Justin Herbert cuz I don't know that I'm wrong about Justin Herbert yet one.

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"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Go quarterback so I think the best hope for Justin. Herbert is Is to go with either that fifth or sixth tick And if not there Who knows maybe we'll see a little bit of sly book the way that is going to way to use food shares have played out with the quarterbacks. He's he is either going really early as you talked about within the first six picks or he may not go into the twenties the team to keep an eye on and my mind would be the New England patriots only because his maturity His combination of athleticism. An arm talent would appear to kind of fit what they like and even though they had jerry stood him. I just we keep an eye on the patriots in him because it seems like a bit of a of a match up based on his intelligence his athleticism his instincts in the way that he plays and the way that New England. Patriots have played drafted quarterbacks in the past. Some this thing here you know we can debate on what Justin Herbert's going at the next level What's the right fit form this that and the other one thing that I've learned to this process talking to all these people you're getting a professional? You're getting somebody that's going to be serious minded. That's GonNa you know he's going to be smart enough to swallow the playbook and in very short order you're not gonNA worry about him off the field. You're getting responsible human being by WHO's GonNa put all the work in It's just a matter of then getting into the right spot and and hope for the best that he can be successful but you definitely leave this podcast feeling comfortable. Justin Herbert human thing Without question you feel good about here. representing the franchise as the defacto. Ceo He's the face of the franchise he's GonNa take care of The franchise protective with his actions on and off to feel and at the end of the day man. I think he's a really really good player. is he A tier one player in this class. I'm not necessarily ready to consider debt but I do believe Rice's way she won a Tony gave after. You can't be a winner as a starting quarterback echo those comments Well this is the first of our three three sixty episodes that we're going to produce and get to you before the NFL draft this one Followed by Joe Borough. That's going to be released on April ninth on April Sixteenth. We'll have Alabama's to a ton of Loa on the Sixteenth. So we got a couple more of these three sixty episodes coming your way. I hope you have enjoyed these. If this is the first time you've found us with the move the sticks podcast encourage you to download and subscribe and and we'll keep you cover with all the information as it pertains the NFL draft as well as the NFL and college football seasons in the fall. So you can find us on apple podcast Sir. Wherever you listen to podcast you can find the move. The sticks podcasts. So we do appreciate checking us out. I want to give a special. Thank you to Arjuna to Nabeel to mark to David Singer whose helped provide us these wonderful guests John Ridell has helped us as we've tried to navigate some of the complications here with being home and being outside the studio so we have a great team on move the sticks. I WanNa thank all those guys for all their work. That's going to do it for us. Thank you guys so much for listening. We'll catch next time right here on moves..

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"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Yourself and other coaches. And he's got he's got him and he'll he'll he'll be a little bit more vocal when he's around his guys was there. Was there a moment in a game? I know you guys had some come from behind. Wins this year on the sideline where maybe he gathers some some guys together and gave you guys some some words there to try and get you guys ready to roll because found yourself in some some tough spots this year and had some Nice Comeback Wins. What was his presence like in those moments? That's typically into the whole narrative adjusting that he's going quiet. But I you know being teammate. I never really saw that. There were a couple of times during the season. Where if y if a wide receiver ran wrong route. He would definitely let them know he was going to let them know. 'cause they definitely costed drive Game so and like you saw during the senior bowl. I mean. This kid was happy to be there all the team. It's the senior love playing with him. And you know you saw them celebrating in the end zone with with the guys so I mean just he's definitely come a long way you know vocally and you know. I definitely think that's GonNa help them in the future for sure. Probably the most important question Brady as a roommate. I'm GONNA see a slob izzy sloppy as a neat and tidy like what? What are we getting here with? A you know his his straight edge. Dude I mean he he keeps everything tight I mean. Obviously you hear about his academic sees you know over four o'clock guy you don't get sloppy dude when you get over four hour you know. He's definitely those guys can't ever seen. I wish I was organized like him. I mean he you walk in you got everything tucked away labeled off. Yeah it's pretty nice pretty amazing for yeah. I would not label him as lot bucket. Not Not a surprise. I T's it at the top but if you're gonNA Guess Justin Herbert Sloppy Roommate. A NEAT freak definitely think we all would have set neat freak. Oh absolutely I mean you you can just tell by the way he goes about his business that he's GonNa Detail Daas every crosses every team. But that's what you expect of your quarterback I would rather find out. My quarterback is a guy that is a little on high strung about the way that he likes things done and eat believes an order in organization and discipline detailed. Because that's how I wanted to perform. I want him to understand that. But it is a little funny Your your roommates are able to count. Shed light on how you really are away from the lights. Just to Herbert Exhibit of a NEAT Freak. Yeah I look at my CEO. I'd rather have him be to organized been have somebody shoveled. So I'm okay with that That was good to catch up there with his roommate. We've talked to a lot of people that know Justin Herbert now. It's time to talk to Justin Herbert. We had a chance to visit with him Just a few weeks back at the Oregon Pro Day He sat down with us on set. And we got a chance to chop it up with Justin. Herbert here's that conversation. It's been quite marathon for you. Obviously you finish up the regular season you go to the senior bowl and you have to come out and you have your pro day or some of the things you wanted to show along the way. I just wanted to be myself. I want to go out there and have fun compete and get better and there's so much that I can. I can do to get better I just wanted to give teams night. Actual representation of myself go out there and have fun sell the ball. Jump off your hand not a surprise. Today we sit every time we see you throw. I thought there was improvement footwork. Wise even from what we saw at the combine To what we saw today what what have you and John Beckman working on a whole lot like I said the these past three months for the first time. I've ever taken US under center. So it's something I've got to work on and the deep on just mechanics. I I I never had fixed Never had a quarterback coach like that so Just a lot of things that I can learn and pick up on. You know thinking about that we. We made the comment that it seems like. You've caught dealing with play axe. Throwing throwing them rhythm. How comfortable are you when it comes to throwing off play action with the ball fakes? I really enjoyed our play action stuff that we ran at the University of Oregon We emphasize that a lot and I've always felt really comfortable with the guys that we've had running the route so I'm really enjoyed doing it. Edward how is the process Ben leading up to the I know as teams come in here? They try and get you from meetings and spend some time with you Take us a little bit behind the scenes or what goes on. I think people think you just come here and throw a pro day. It's a lot more than that over the last few days. I didn't I didn't know about that. So let's figure out and They just want to get to know you. They WANNA get to know all about you. What you do off the field. How you hander yourself on the field. So it's a lot of meetings a lot of time spent with people and getting to know a lot of people you don't have to tell us a teams that you met with but did one of them have fish on the side of the helmet potentially potentially take that as a. Yes all right so now. This is a little little bit up in the air right now with. What's going on with this whole process? You have any idea what the future holds for you as we go from here towards the draft. I'm going to be training getting better weightlifting running. And that's that's about all I know at this point you know it's it's interesting because a lot of the things take place during this process. Go Hind the scenes to interviews meeting one on one with teams and executives. How is dead part of the process Ben for you? It's been a lot of fun. It's been a learning experience and it's something that I I didn't know about going into this and so it's A chance for me to go live and experience. I've always wanted to do and I've always wanted to play quarterback play football for as long as I can and not a whole lot of people get to go through this so it's been fun and I've done my best to just get better every day and to always doing best. Is there anybody? You've you've paid attention to what the NFL level that you've looked at and said okay. This is a. This is a path for me to follow here going forward. Is there a player? You've looked at in in that regard. I think marks Mariel just one of those guys that I've always looked up to especially with him being from Oregon I think he sa- such a great human being such a great football player The way he handles himself on the football field is is something I really look up to. You know it's funny that you mentioned mark is because there are some people who talk about. Maybe you're reserved demeanor when you've had meetings with with teams has that come up about. Maybe kind of a quiet non demonstrative stop. Yeah that's always the question that comes up but I I don't know if it's very accurate. I think You guys around here around the facility. They'll tell you otherwise and I feel comfortable saying that. I'm not as introverted as everyone thinks I am and I love to talk and unfortunately talk too much. Talk to talk with your roommate the other day and I said you're very clean and very tidy nice job and getting the sense. Maybe he's not. Is that first of all? Can you tell me? That's going to be cared. But what he said and and and a little bit what he's talking about you know I think from the outside people say okay this guy's reserve but I hear you've got like a real sneaky good sense of humor So what what? Don't people know that that aren't around? You talk to your roommate. Talk to the coaches here. They said this guy's actually when the funniest guys on the team I would say I'm pretty goofy. I don't know if it's funny. I think it's kind of weird. Sometimes I just think it's funny to be around these guys. I talk a lot more than everyone thinks I do. And I'm not as shy and reserved. I am neat. Though I take care of my race label we have labeling quiet not okay. That's extra. Yeah so look. You played three sports in high school. Basketball and baseball will also Sports that you dabbled in. How did those sports help you when it comes to playing quarterback competition? You're you're out there competing your getting better. And there's a lot of footwork hand eye coordination about basketball and baseball. I don't think you get just by specializing in football. So they're competing with the guys in learning to be a competitor. Was used for me last question for you appreciate your time. I know when these teams meet with a lot of times. They'll say. Hey what what what separates you from this group. What what separates you makes you the best quarterback in the draft. I haven't spent too much time comparing myself to the other quarterbacks but I do feel comfortable saying that. I've got a good arm. I pride myself on preparation. I do my best to always Going to a game knowing exactly what? They're doing what we're going to do and I've always really enjoyed playing quarterback competing and being leader These are all things that I feel really comfortable answering last thing here before I let you go i. I live one more question. David Lee the quarterback coach of the dolphins came over and said something to you before you went uncorked a couple of those deep. What did he say to He asked me what yard line I think he should stand on and he said he was gonNA stand on the fifty. I kind of chuckled. Because I thought I was GONNA throw farther than that. We kind of both laughed at fourteen more yards than at the fifty buck. I thought it was a I thought it was a solid pro performance and I thought We see a little bit more of a comfortable version of Justin. Herbert in this visit. Somebody that we've we've visited with several times a pack twelve days We visit him. Gosh we saw him at the Senior Bowl we visited with him at the combine. So I think you're starting to see him get a little bit comfortable with us and we're starting to get a chance to really get to know. Justin Herbert and see that personality. Come out a little bit. Yeah I think he's. He's finally beginning to kind of let himself go like Kinda come out and and lettuce personnel shine and let us going to get a feel for who years what he is and what he's about I think he is such a guy that wants to come to please everybody that sometimes he. He's a little skier or reluctant to let us come. A Peek behind the curtain. But I think when you pick behind the curtain and you finally get him to relax or whatever you really liked the kid and you and I've talked about ultimately in the evaluation business. A lot of comes down to you. Do you trust the GATT US across. I trust adjusted. Herb is going to do things that he's supposed to do to put himself in a position to be the best player that he can be if he does that. Who's the win a lot against just a matter of doing? Yeah I think it look as with all these GUYS ARE COMES DOWN TO FIT. You got to find the right spot form. The right fit forum so when you look around at some of these teams and some of these options I guess the first Options you probably start there At Five and six would be the obvious ones Under the assumption that Joe Borough is going to go one to Cincinnati Although hey we've been surprised in the past you know. We didn't think Baker Mayfield is going to be. The first overall pick with other is going to be Sam Darnold. So maybe we shouldn't be so quick to rule out the Cincinnati bengals but by all sides. Looks like they will go with Joe Borough so now you get the five. Which is the Miami Dolphins six? The Los Angeles chargers potentially seven. I would say with Carolina although I think Teddy Bridgewater that likely rules them out and then you start getting into You know the the Oakland raiders who again with Marcus. Mariota does that. Remove them from the list Thirteen is now the forty niners instead of the colts. So Cross that one off and then you've got fourteen with Tampa with Tom Brady. I don't know that they're going to.

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"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"We made it a pickup basketball game is got it always finds a way to stay on the court no matter what you give and I think the story talks about a little bit of just in her visibility to elevate the people around him regardless of what their talents are and ultimately in a franchise quarterback? That's what you want someone who can elevate the supporting cast. The people around having Justin Herbert has debt and I think he was going to demonstrate it and the story that coach. He's not a very demonstrative emotional guy. But there is a competitiveness To him which is something we out to to learn more about. I think we've done that through these interviews Another great conversation I had was with the strength coach up there at Oregon in Aaron. Felt now if you've ever watched organ football over the last couple of years you've seen this guy on the sidelines with the rollie fingers handlebar moustache. That is Aaron Feltham. Who is the strength coach? Done a wonderful job of making Oregon say the most physical team on the West Coast. deserves a lot of credit for that he came from the SEC. Bennett Georgia previously And came to Oregon and brought kind of SEC style of training to the West Coast and they've built a very competitive physical offensive line and they've also built a very competitive And powerfully strong quarterback in just in Herbert so wanted to catch up with him and and learn a little bit more about his experience with the Oregon. Qb coach thanks so much for taking some time for us today. I I guess my first question would be. What was your first experience of being around just in Herbert? What were your first impressions of the quarterback? Well for the most part and everybody knows about these kind of a quiet guy And so he's hard to read it first but it's not necessarily You know it's not a bad thing to you. Know He. He doesn't give away what he's thinking Easily and so when he does speak and when he does Communicate with you. It's it's extremely genuine usually very insightful. And and he doesn't waste word so you know the level of just attention to detail focus in respect that he brings to the weight room and the and the game of football. All the time is second coaches as a quarterback who are strength coach at APP state used to refer to as a pencil neck quarterback who had to be pulled into the weight room. Everything I hear about Justin is that he's embraced the weight room and really attacks it once he gets in there just kind of speak to his work ethic once he's around you there in the weight room. Well we talk about all the time. Our our programs not based on effort in south performance based performance based culture and with that comes hardware must be automatic and Justin absolutely embodies that that concept of that culture. He brings one hundred percent effort and intensity to whatever task that he's completing at the time. And it's it's actually pretty significant. It's pretty unbelievable. The work ethic that he has the consistency that he brings. He's one of the best lifters that we had on the team. He's very proficient with the Olympic lifts. He's very proficient with ever. I mean honestly I spent more time holding him back to make sure he was ready for football than I did encouraging him to go hard. How do you balance that with that position at the quarterback position between getting your work in getting physically stronger which I was going to benefit you in a multitude of ways but also remaining elastic in being able to be a little bit loses a thrower I mean? The biggest thing is understanding the expectations of physical expectations of a quarterback and to you have to understand as as a strength coach wavered the way rooms not the most important part of football football. Is You know if you want to get better at playing football. You go play football if you WANNA get golf. Go Play Golf. You WanNa give a quarterback go play quarterback so we don't WanNa do anything in the waiver. That's GonNa take away from drawer technique. We don't want them to be soared to the point where they struggle with their throwing mechanics or anything like that and we definitely don't want to do anything the weight room. That's going to interfere with their throwing mechanics. So we don't practice any kind of movements that simulate throwing the football but we do train all of those systems from anti rotation to post your an anterior rotator cuff strength stability and mobility. And so you know within our workout are normal workout. We have some some quarterback specific things that we may supplement a workout and also some things that we might actually do differently that the rest of the team's doing rooms around the country you know put guys in different groups and they're kind of competition as you're going through the off season i. I don't know the way that you guys do it up there at Oregon. But just in terms of the competitiveness. Is there a story? Or an example of justice competitiveness. We see it out there on the field. But maybe how it's translated off the field in your in your realm. Yeah we we we have heavy. Single is that The last few weeks of summer training before we started camp and Max effort power clean is not something that I'm interested in seeing from a quarterback because at the end of the day that one rep that one rep Max may may or may not make. I mean it's not GonNa make that quarterback quarterback per se but you know if he jams risks are tweaks his back whatever. Now you're you're looking at an issue a position. That's not known for contact you know. Obviously like you're gonNA take some hits occasionally but the goal is typically to avoid it. Well the reason we power queen is to prepare our bodies for that contact or that impact on so. That's not something that I'm one hundred percent dead set on seeing out of a quarterback Sausa-. Hey let's say like today. Let's go to seventy five hundred five. Whatever next thing you know. He's got three twenty five in the Bar and these crushing his last rep coming down from the weight room and he just he wants to do what everyone else is doing. He doesn't want to be treated different. He doesn't want to be treated like he's special. He just wants to compete with his teammates and earn his spot on. The team is a leader through through the work that he puts in coach. He's got the huge frame in talking to him previously. I know at some point in time. He's he's been up in the in the mid to high forties the senior bowl. He really really leaned out. I think he was right around. Two Twenty one twenty two around there. What did you guys give him as a target weight? And where do you think? He's best suited to play at the next level in terms of the weight. Well I've tried to get him as heavy as I could. I wanted to see what he looked like at two forty five to fifty. Because he's got the frame for he didn't particularly like being that heavy and I don't blame him and he moved really well to thirty five which is kind of where he hovered. Rob The season But we we have a. We have a a system that we use for her body weights. It's not not necessarily do we. Use Prototypes of people from the position. But really it's where do you play the best for everybody? That's different for every position. That's different so Him being comfortable and feeling good moving side to side you know that was important to us and so two thirty a great wait for him but at the end of the day whatever he gets comfortable. I mean he's got the frame to hold his seventies as you want you know he can. He can go either direction coach. We talked to his his high school football coach and talked about some of his exploits and other sports talking about basketball baseball. You had chance to see him. Dabble it on the basketball court. Just kind of what. What type of Athleticism we're dealing with here with harbor. I'll would've I would've had my face. A huge fan of football guys. Astronaut heard stories of tournament. That happened with us. Bring a UNESCO you and some of these some of these other basketball players and that's something I heard about it but I don't WanNa see it so I'm sure he can play whatever sport that you want to play you. Get a chance to hear. Coach fell I never. I don't really get into quarterbacks how much they lift and are they you know. Weight Room Junkies. I mean to me it shows you the guys working which I love you. Don't want these guys to get to To balked up in too stiff. We've seen that with a couple of players over the years but I did think just. This kid is competitive and that showed in the story where he mentioned you know. Look you trying to dial this guy back. It's very difficult to do because he wants to get after it in there. I mean these are just think about how much he is changed physically from the time that we first met him a few years ago. In fact will media. He came up to us. He said out across he was kind of a scrawny skinny kid and by the last time that we saw him he was completely filled out broad shoulders. Big Chess Sturdy arms. And I think we've seen that in his play. He plays With the force That suggested he likes what he puts time in the Weight Room. And so you can tell that he is put the time in. He's the work in and it is changed his body and I think it is also giving them more confidence when it comes to being an athletic playmaker on the perimeter. Yeah he's is confidence again. I keep coming back it. It's not something that you're GonNa see the confidence and competitiveness. Some not something. He wears on his sleeve. I think that's kind of the theme from all these conversations. It's there but it's not. It's not out and you don't really if you don't know him. I mean you gotta get a chance to talk to people around him to figure him out because he's not going to give you a lot from the outside who would know him better than his roommate. Buck I don't know there's anybody out there that does Brady I yellow teammate offensive lineman. They're for the Oregon. Ducks also happens to be Justin. Herbert's roommate and it was a joy to catch up and learn a little bit more about just in Herbert from a guy that should know him quite well. Sharing a room. I guess my first question for you would be you step on that Oregon campus for the first time when. When did you come in contact with Justin Herbert? And how did you guys developed a relationship that you have now? You know right when he got on campus during that summer everyone kind of felt his presence and I don't say no one really expected that He was a smaller guy not physically but did not that many authors Coming in and he honesty came in that summer started throwing with the ones that he just kind of torn up so we kind of knew that he was a special kid right away and I mean it was just awesome to see what he's really turned into. What was it like when he first got onto the field? Once the game started ended up playing a little bit earlier than people anticipated once he got onto that field. Kinda show what he could do in game action. What was the reaction from you and your teammates. His presence was felt right away. I mean you could just tell he was a special kid. He definitely just click on all cylinders and he can throw the ball he can run the ball. And you know the rest of that season really. It didn't pan out the way we wanted to as a as a team but I think we definitely saw how bright the future Jesse was going to have. I want to go fast. Four little bit to this The summer coming into this past season you guys bring a lot of players back obviously a lot of experience along your offensive line there. But he's he's the captain of the ship and then to go from where you guys were in eighteen. What what took place in the off season in the summer and what was said between you guys that lead to such a huge year this year with you guys capping off in the Rose Bowl. We needed a quarterback who was gonna you know man the ship who's going to control everything and you know just really worked on that and Justin really do that really well during that summer and I definitely think the huge part of our success is there a story with him because he seems so quiet to us on the outside and we talked to teammates like.

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"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Spring baseball trip in northern. Arizona offered him a scholarship when he was a junior that was his first. Scholarship offer Montana state. That's where his brother played The one that Kinda got things going you got the Nevada head coach. Offense Coordinator flew out and watches practice on Thursday offered him after practice. And then my wife and I were at dinner unjustly called and said hey coach I thought he was going to go to Nevada. I'm going to Oregon. They just called NARNIA SCHOLARSHIP. So really cool deal. Because I'm sure you know the story. You know his dad or I'm sorry. His grandfather was a player Oregon and they had that season tickets. And the whole nine yards. So it's it's kind of a Cinderella Story Ray Story to coach Bucky myself both as former scouts. Will you remember during this time of year having to reach out and and try and connect with some of high school coaches on some of these pro prospects of Ebony teams reached out to you in the run up to the draft here? I got some stuff in the mail. Just kind of generic questionnaire stuff. That's no I have not had one phone call from a pro team. Can you make us one promise coach? Can You promise that you'll just send us a text because a couple of them we're GONNA end up calling you? They're going to be doing their homework. And it'll help us figure out where the heck he's GonNa get picked. I tell us hey you know. The dolphins are the chargers or whoever they've been calling you in a heartbeat. It'd be it'd be my pleasure can want to go back to Justin in high school and stuff like that. You guys are obviously a really good program you said it took him a while to grow into being the leader House. He the last two years when he had the opportunity to really be at the helm of the team. How did he handle responsibility how to detain respond to his leadership? Well you know the the his junior year was really tough because he got hurt. And you don't miss the season. We ended up having removed our best player. Not Not our best quarterback always moved to kid quarterback and made the best we could do and still were were pretty good and I think that just just missing the rest out. Football season really helped him leadership. Wise He. I can't put my thumb on. I truly believe that him. Being a multi sport athlete helped in the whole leadership thing. 'cause like I said he was great basketball and baseball player. And you know. We won the State Championship baseball when he was a junior. That that got a bunch of kids confident but he certainly came back as a senior and it was a little different air about him a little bit. Bigger a little bit stronger and hungrier because he didn't get to play the previous year so coach. If you're going to just kind of describe his personality you know sometimes you see him as kind of quiet and reserve we see other times come out of his shell a little bit. How would you describe justice personality very very dry humor type kid? He's a kid that if you interview him and you don't know him you're not GonNa get a whole bunch out of him other than the truth because he's a very truthful kid he is really funny he again. Dry Sense of humor Fun To be around. You know. He doesn't he doesn't big time. Anybody I went to a a Eugene M.'s. Baseball game this summer. Just not with the Herbert's I but I saw justin and there was a mob kids around him. He just wanted to go watch one of his ex high. School teammates was playing Kellen strong and he just wanted to watch and he couldn't even watch the game because he was just getting swarmed by all these kids but he did not big time. You know. He doesn't big time anybody he just. He's just a great kid. Could alter the earth coach one of the things that scales will tend to ask particularly of quarterbacks they ask coaches. What kind of leaders is he? A verbal leader. We can stand up in front of the team and present. Is You guy that just goes to work and does it? By example which category would just fall into. Well when he was in high school is very much a lead by example he was not a loud guy you know he certainly had command of our offense of Huddle but we were huddled team the majority of the time so it wasn't like he was in the huddle having to bark at people but you know he he Yet he certainly not a an outward. You need to do this kind of thing. He was more of A. I'll show you how we're going to do it. And I think he's changed a little bit. He seems to be distant watching him know. Take Command at Oregon. It looks like he's a little more vocal in the the leadership category but deep down. He's a pretty quiet guy that likes lead by example that but that's how he was raised you know. He wasn't raised in a situation where you know. He had to take charge of everything and tell people what to do that. So coach last question from me. Let us go to a state championship. Game you've gotTa State Championship Game Tomorrow. Justin Herbert is your quarterback. It's fourth-down game is on the line. What player you calling and why you know. I can't depends on where I'm going to give you the coach answer because depends on where the ball's out we were down towards the goal line twenty. Let's put you to twenty coach. Let's twenty going in well see. I'm the defensive coordinator. I never call her offense but I would. It would be some sort of run pass option because he he. He's a kid that we had a great nose for the first down line for you know great news for the goal line and I would have done something to give a chance to do one not just put not throw it. Fade throw it to the corner of the eye. You then you have to trust receivers gonNA catch. I want the ball injustice. I know that a buck. I thought some good stories. They're talking about adversity adversity. Have you faced coming back from the broken leg and thought talking about how Herbert had evolved during his time? They're in high school as leader. Those are two things that jumped out to me. Yeah Look I. I think he's come a long way and I think the fact that he has grown into being a better leader speaks volumes about his maturity and it he three sport standout a guy who is Al- always been probably the best athletes on the field and everything that he's done he's had to come to learn and grow from some of that football adversity. You think that is made him a better player. I think it made him a better player particularly his final season at Oregon. I think he's going to make him a really good player down the line but I do believe his high school coach football coach. Shed a little light on De Competitiveness. In how he has grown as a leader. Nothing is really really important. I agree It's kind of a trend line trying to follow that trend line not only as a player but as a person is leader. All those things and I think that trend line is heading in the right direction for Justin. Herbert let's go back to another high school coach Although not on the football field at a chance to to visit with Daniel Clark I was just in Herbert High School Basketball Coach and and quite an interesting chat well coach. Thanks so much for taking some time with us today. I guess my first question would be was the first time you saw Justin on the basketball court. What were your impressions? I actually got to see Justin when he was younger and middle school playing because his older brother a match played for us here and So I was always checking in on the younger crew when they were playing in got him in seventh and eighth grade even then you know he was You could see. He was a real fluid smooth athlete competitor on the floor. And just you know you had that That body that moved you like this guy is GonNa have something special for later on athletically now. What position did he play for you guys and give us kind of scouting report little breakdown on what would says eh strength and weaknesses as a basketball player? When he was younger as a sophomore he ended up getting moved up just starting on Varsity and at that time he's playing more of like a forward spot for us and then the next couple years though he ended up in our center Obviously he's got that heightened that Size and strength so that was natural spot forum with Split He was real real bouncy around the rim finished. A lot of shots inside got a lot of rebound put backs Our guys did a really good job driving and just throwing it up. High form to get his strengths Obviously we would just be you know being able to finish around the rim and all that weaknesses. He wasn't a super deaf. Three point shooter but something he certainly got better at in. He seemed to take ones when we needed them would make them. You know he didn't take he didn't take a bunch but the ones that he did. Take it really impactful. Are there any basketball stories about him that you recall that? Stand out to you over his career there just to tell us maybe a little bit more about him as a person as well as a player one of them is. Super Competitive. Guy He he. I think hates losing as much as he loves winning. And so. Anytime that we scrimmage in practice we were trying to keep the teams fair. I'd have to stack the other team. Whatever team he wasn't on just to try to keep it. Keep it close. You know And somehow his team which still end up winning most of the time so that that was something He's just a tough kid overall. He took incredible fall in a game. his junior year Got flipped onto his head and it was a real scary deal where he had A real bad concussion and just to see him come back from that and keep fighting implying that that season in the next season was was really impressive. I mean it was. It was a bigger hit than he's probably ever taken football and It was a scary deal at the time and scary for him but for him to come back in and keep competing when he was cleared and then can fight. The next. The next year was was pretty special to see in my book. Oh that's awesome chance to talk the football coach and he told us about bomb kind of nasty leg injury that he suffered his junior year which cost him the rest of that football season but said he was back on the basketball team actually playing games before the end of the year. What was it like with him? During that time. Where you're trying to Rehab and get back to competing athletically. And what did that tell you about him as a competitor going through that process? Well he didn't miss any of our practices. You know he was he. Was there on the sideline supporting this teammates. encouraging them and learning what he needed to learn for the playbook and and what? We're doing that year so he was ready to go. When he was you know cleared Medically and once. He got his conditioning up. You Know He. He helped us that that season. So that's fantastic a hit you with one more than I'll let you run here. We see kind of the quiet side from the outside would Justin Herbert. Does he have? I heard he has kind of a sneaky. Sense of humor What what can you tell us about just in Herbert? The personality that maybe we don't see as much from the outside like he's that guy that's going to be super loyal friend to to to people that He gets close with and he does. Have that quiet sneaky sense of humor where he will rally guys up and something will happen. And and you'll he's the last one. You expected to be the ringleader of it. You know But they'll they'll those guys crack me up especially his senior year. He had some really good friends. Close Group of kids on the team and He was often the ringleader of many of the jokes and pranks that those guys were pulling buck. I thought this was. It was good to catch up with coach Clark and see a little bit of that other side of. I'm trying to really pull it out of him about the competitiveness of Justin. Herbert and I thought that came out. When he was discussing the scrimmages they used to have and trying to stack teams to To really make Justin Herbert work and he responded quite well to it. You like that Dj We talked about Ultimately will you deciding on quarterbacks if.

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"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"justin herbert" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"I feel comfortable saying that I'm not as inverted everything so I haven't. I loved it talking. Unfortunate talk too much. Hey everybody it's Daniel Jeremiah. For move the sticks and I'm Bucky Brooks in. This is just in Herbert's three six about this is a fun episode. I love the three sixty series at his back. It's something we've done for years now where we look at some of the top quarterbacks and top players in each draft class and really do a deep dive and get a chance to talk to a bunch of folks that know them well and we have got some very fascinating conversations. Up Today Yeah. Great conversations with Justin Harbors High School football coach Lynn Johnson. We also talked to his high school basketball coach. Daniel Clark Oregon strength and conditioning coach. Aaron filled Oregon teammate brandy. I yellow and then finally we will hear from the man himself. Justin Herbert in a little conversation. That we yeah. This conversation we had with with his teammate. Also is roommate offensive. Lineman Breda Yellow is Justin Herbert neat or is he sloppy? I think you probably have an idea of what the answer is there. But stick around and you can learn a little bit more about Justin Herbert off the field as well as on the field. But before we get to those interviews Just your take on on Herbert. I mean this is. Somebody that is is widely believed to end up being top ten. Pick this year I think most would agree on that I have him overall in the early. Twenty s late teens. Early Twenties on my list but Just your impressions of Herbert. As a player I really like him as a player. I think he checks off a lot of boxes of every mature player Agai- four year starter. Gathered is really Helped Oregon comeback from the doldrums. This is a program that kind of fall into the bottom. He lift him back up. They've finished his final season as twelve champions in rose bowl champions and I think he steadily improved along the way you talked about a guy who is six two hundred thirty seven pounds. Who's athletic maybe understated as an athlete can get on the perimeter and make plays with his legs but also has a composure. Poised to deliver from the pocket. You would like to see more big game production. You like to take over a little more but I think for the right team a team that is looking for a guy that just drive the car and get the car to the winter circle. I think he can give them that invincible. And you talk about elite size outstanding athleticism big-time arm strength. He makes wealth He can move around on. Design quarterback run game which we saw more of at the end of the year than than we did earlier on in the season The big knock has been can be a little bit robotic at times Just want to see him. Be a little bit more creative. Make some more. Plays off schedule on schedule. He's been very good very efficient Mechanically there were some things. I thought he could clean up his front shoulder. Flies Open which can impact its accuracy. That's something that can be corrected. But you're talking about somebody when you look at the boxes that you check. I can talk about the things that I'd like to see improvement on and wish that he was a little bit more of a playmaker. But when you start checking off size athleticism Intelligence toughness competitiveness. All those boxes he checks. And as we're GONNA find out through these conversations. I think he's somebody that's growing more comfortable in his own skin as a leader. I think that's something you can continue to see him grow and evolve as he just gets older and And kind of say gains more confidence but just maybe a little bit more. Comfort is a small town. Guy wrote an Eugene To to get him exposed to more of the world I think you'll see some of that. That confidence and maybe that that presence hopefully take a step forward. Yeah I think so and I think he comes down to his comfort level as he becomes more comfortable in a new environment as he becomes comfortable with a a different coaching staff and really understanding. What's expected of him? I think you're performed better. I think in the time that we've been around him. I get a sense that justice. Herbert is a bit of a perfectionist. And I think sometimes those perfectionists qualities and characteristics can hold him back from leading. Just kind of let new ripped as you would say at the position and if he can ever get to that point where he's comfortable enough to just kind of let it play to just go with it. I think we'll see the Justin Herbert reach Potential that we all envision. Will you watch him play on tape? Yup I couldn't say it better myself Well let's jump into these interviews buck. We had some great conversations with people that know just in Herbert very well and let's start off with our first interview. This is our conversation with Lane Johnson. Who was just in? Herbert's head coach of his high school football team. All right buck excited to be joined by coach Johnson and coach first question from me when you think back to the first time that you met. Justine Herbert or you'd heard of Justin. Herbert what was your first impression. Well it was a long time ago because I I happen to coach with Justin's Dad. Mark years ago I was back in Hillsborough Probably close to thirty years ago or so so I. I've known the Herbert's but the first time I saw Justin an action we were. I was taking my son who I think was in first grade and we were walking to our baseball game and there was a game going on and my son's the same class played with Justin but was not playing baseball with him at the time. Anyway I were watching this game. And a kid lays down a bunt and the catcher comes out throws his mascot bare hands it pivots and throws a kid out first base. I mean unbelievable. Play for a high school kid. This is a first grader and I asked somebody who that was and they said Justin Herbert so that was my first. I athletic side of just you know coach in thinking about what can the athlete was Justin. What sports did you participate in? How was he in sports? Outside of Football Outstanding. I you know in it's really I I'm prejudiced. I'm sure I ju justice. A Major League pitcher if he would have chosen that path. He was the winning pitcher in the State Championship. Game as a junior. I believe Start on the basketball teams sophomore. I've golfed with him an incredible Golfer. He's just an all around great athlete and He he did it all big school. That Sheldon High School is a pretty big school in just was by far the best football best basketball best baseball player in our school when he was their coach. One of the things. We love talking to people about quarterbacks because all those great ones have that special competitive gene that they seem to possess. Was there a moment in his career? Maybe could be on the football field or any sport where you realize okay. This kid is ultra ultra competitive. Well he had a real bad injury when he was a junior and just very under recruited because he didn't do any of the summer camp stuff he just wanted to be a sheldon athlete in a in particular shelves football player so when he was a junior he broke his femur his upper leg in our first league game wool and it was a terrible injury and that was in that would have been September and he played in a basketball game before Christmas break was over. Now that tells you what kind of competitor kid has. He missed it so much and he missed all of football. The the rest of our football season we went to the semifinals and played in a basketball game. Because I watched him play for it. Pretty IMPRESSIVE WOW. That is that is impressive. It's impressive display of toughness in all these other stuff leadership ability. What what kind of leader was he around your team? How does this team as Phil about? Just well he very much improved. Justin and again. I've known him for a long long time and actually coached. Our kids is basketball team that he was on as an eighth grader. And just kind of a baby when he was younger even in his freshman and sophomore year in high school i. He wasn't a very good leader. I didn't think he was ultra tough. he was not our quarterback as a sophomore in high school which is kind of incredible. We had a senior and we didn't think that just at the time had done enough to to dispose our senior. So he was the. Jv quarterback junior or. I'm sorry a sophomore. He really improved as a leader. You know and our kids love him. He's a extremely likable kid. Even though he's very confident very you know very competitive and all of that stuff gets love it you know it was. I my son as a receiver. Love playing with Justin Vaughan. Money all the time you know but over you ask the kids at Sheldon Highschool around just age. They love him. Yeah a great kid coach from an academic standpoint. I know the G- is what it is. I mean it's off the charts and people rave about his intelligence. How how did that intelligence translate over to the football field? Well when you're that smart your that book smart and then he's Pretty Street smart and very football smart. All kind of comes together and you know that we have. We've had we had a bunch of great teams Sheldon won four State Championships and whatnot. And we always said it went hand in hand the the four State Championship teams. That we had were all good. Academic teams also injustice just leader. That way he actually got better in college. I think he was a four points student in high school. He was close. But you know that became more of a priority in the family you know. His Dad's very smart is older brothers. GonNA BE IN MED school here. Pretty quick so the apple doesn't fall far from the tree know coach because he's such a a hometown hero he. He goes from Sheldon to Oregon. Were there many schools. They were interested in him. Be besides organ or did he in his mind that he wanted to stay represent his hometown. No they were not like I said earlier. He was not a highly sought after kid. He I remember being down in Arizona. for a.

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"justin herbert" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"justin herbert" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Radio thank you make me a part of your evening wherever you are tonight then there are the other quarterbacks behind Joe burrow by Justin Herbert a lot of people look at him throw the ball today and I seem to varying opinions on Twitter as to how smooth Justin Herbert looked better guy than I thought you know came into what six six I think it was like a four seven one forty okay no big deal I mean I you know you can move but you're not a speedster they're not going to be a lot of Ammar Jackson's there you're going to be coming into the into the NFL to play that position but he can move around enough and then you had to well and we know that the jury is still out on tour because this is a guy who you know he's got some injury dang's immunity you you look at the tape again you know the old all right I'm about to talk myself out of the player let me go the tape one more time you flip on the tape and you see all the great things that he does but I think I got a sneaking suspicion that they're going to be a lot of scalps they're gonna start to smart as they were called the smart non Jaylen hurts I do a breakdown of Jaylen hurts earlier today and here's what I saw he's got the stamp of approval from Nick Sabin he put up big numbers in an SEC where they actually play defense he put up bigger numbers in the big twelve where they play no defense he's a guy who graduated in I think it was about two hundred and two and a half years maybe three it had been two and a half for him to be able to transfer to Oklahoma restive got walks in the door thank gets a degree in such a short period of time I think people are gonna start to come around on Jalen hurts a little bit is a guy who might be a top fifty draft pick James is in Boise Idaho next on the grass show CBS sports radio talking about Joe borrow James go ahead tell you what man I'm a I'm a big guy six three I've I've played tight end high school maybe could've played college I don't know but I once was able to play catch with wind leave Andrew Bledsoe no those are two big man they stand towering over me and I'll tell you what that zip that sound it's incredible when you try to catch it in fact my left thumb is still dislocated to the state because of cats in the past drew Bledsoe but it's not necessarily how big your heels are this is how you can grab the ball and help Bastrop wrote man it's crazy it is very much true and James I'm glad you brought up your blood so because that's a guy that you know I know a little bit and you're right drew is a big guy generates a lot of the lost city cinema buddies all acts six five just like me so when you hear that ball zip and I'm with you I think hand size is overrated the only reason I would be worried would be how Joe burrow handles the ball in inclement weather and I think you can coach that up a little bit eight five five two one two four C. B. S. eight five five two one two four two two seven I see Christian Indian online I I wanna give you plenty of time Chris owner Rushey here towards the top of the hour but what Chris wants to talk about is can Tom Brady adds to his legend if he wins without bill ballot check who has more to gain in terms of their individual legacy is it bill Belichick trying to move forward without Tom Brady or Tom Brady going to another organization to prove he can really play the position of quarterback war let me present the third option are their legacy cemented so much it don't matter I know New England there are people who say their legacies are etched in stone there's nothing they can do to change or add to them because if you're considered the greatest quarterback of all time can you get greater and if you're considered the greatest head coach of all time in which I say bill checks to grace franchise builder of all time.

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