Justin Herbert earns first career NFL win after another 300 yard performance

Oregon fans have known for years Justin Herbert is for real.

Now, following lots of unfounded draft scrutiny, the nation sees what Ducks fans have seen all along.

The former Ducks starting quarterback has been performing better than expected as the Chargers starting quarterback, becoming one of the frontrunners for Offensive Rookie of the Year in the process. However, his play wasn’t resulting in wins due to a poor Los Angeles second-half defense, missed field goals, and failed trick plays.  

But, Sunday Herbert’s fortune finally turned around as Herbert won his first career NFL game as the starter by defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars 39-29.

Herbert threw for 347 yards passing, three touchdowns, and even ran for a touchdown to go with 66 rushing yards. It was his third start of the season where he threw for 300 yards.

Throughout the game, Herbert showed his impressive physical tools and arm strength that convinced the Chargers to select him with the sixth overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. 

His most impressive throw being a 70-yard bomb to Jaylen Guyton to tie the game at 29.

Then, he got the job done in the redzone with his legs diving for a five-yard score to taker a seven-point lead.

Many national pundits, NFL players and former Oregon teammates were impressed by Herbert not just Sunday, but how he was performed all season.

All the success could not come to a better person, and anyone involved with Oregon can attest to that. 


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Florida couple arrested for stealing political yard signs: University Heights police blotter

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio — Theft from private property: Hillbrook Road

At 10:15 p.m. Oct. 7, an officer watched as a pickup truck stopped in front of a house. The truck’s passenger got out, took a political yard sign from a lawn, and put it in the back of a truck. Police stopped the truck and found in its bed four yard signs.

Arrested for theft was a woman, 55, while her husband, 56, was arrested for complicity. The couple are residents of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

Meanwhile, at 11:55 a.m. Oct. 7, a resident of Washington Boulevard reported the theft of political yard signs.

Traffic offense: Miramar Boulevard

At 11:35 p.m. Oct. 5, an officer saw a pickup truck being driven without registration. During the ensuing traffic stop, the driver, a Cleveland man, 46, told police that the truck’s registration had just been stolen a few minutes earlier. Police determined that the truck was not stolen.

The man was cited for operating a vehicle without license plates, driving with a suspended license and not wearing a seat belt.

Illegal use of credit cards: Cedar Road

At 2:30 p.m. Oct. 6, a University Heights woman, 51, reported that someone made a fraudulent charge on her credit card. The charge was in the amount of $618, and was made at Target, 14070 Cedar Road. The suspect is unknown. Police are investigating.

Traffic offenses: Warrensville Center Road

At 9:40 p.m. Oct. 6, an officer saw a Ford Explorer traveling at a high rate of speed northbound on Warrensville Center Road and attempted to make a traffic stop by activating his cruiser’s overhead emergency lights. The driver continued driving, but eventually came to a stop.

The driver, a Cleveland man, 43, was cited for multiple traffic violations and issued a criminal citation for fleeing and eluding before being released at the scene.

Theft from auto: Washington Boulevard

At 7:45 a.m. Oct. 7, a woman, 39, reported that someone stole $100 from her unlocked car, which had been parked on her property during the previous night.

Alleged patient abuse: Fairmount Boulevard

Police, as of Oct. 9, are investigating a claim made by a girl, who is currently in the custody of the Seneca County Juvenile Detention Facility, that she was allegedly abused by staff members while living at Bellefaire JCB, 22001 Fairmount Blvd.

Burglary: Milford Road

At 3:55 p.m. Oct. 10, a man, 34, reported that several items were stolen from his home. The man is renovating the home and the stolen items were being used to carry out the renovation work.

Drug paraphernalia possession: Cedar Road

At 1:30 a.m. Oct. 11, an officer stopped a car for not using a turn signal and for not having license plates properly displayed. The driver, a Cleveland man, 29, consented to a search of his car.

In the vehicle, officers found drug paraphernalia. The man was cited for the traffic violations, as well as drug paraphernalia possession and driving with a suspended license.

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