Connect for Justin Herbert to win with Philip Rivers Chargers: ‘Hope he can stay there another 16 years’

Philip Rivers had a career with the Hall of Fame worthy Los Angeles Chargers (if Hall would call him in a few years). What was missing from his best career in Los Angeles was a Super Bowl championship, a prize he hopes to give to the Justin Herbert franchise.

After 16 seasons with the Chargers, Herbert became a clear heir to the Rivers. Rivers wants Herbert to work even more with the franchise.

“I pull like crazy for the Chargers and I especially pull on Justin Herbert, just because I think it’s great that I was able to stay there for 16 years. Hopefully for another 16 years. Can live there, “Revers said. Through Crane & Company. “I always thought it was nice to see the Packers. You could say, ‘Who’s been their quarterback for the last 40 years? Favre and Rodgers.’ You don’t want it to go to the Browns version, with 30 starters in the last 25 years.

“With Herbert, it was time for me to work there, and then they nailed that choice.”

Writing NFL record books after just two seasons in the league, Herbert is the biggest startback for any quarterback in NFL history. Herbert has the most complete (839) and passing yards (9,350) in the first two seasons of his career in league history, while the first to throw more than 30 touchdown passes in each of his first two seasons. There is also quarterback.

Herbert’s 2021 season was the best for the second quarterback in NFL history. He completed 65.9% of his passes for 5,014 yards with 15 interceptions with 38 touchdowns for a 97.9 passer rating – becoming only the third player to throw at least 5,000 yards in a single season in his first two years (Patrick). Mahoms and Dan Marino are others).

The Rivers ended their 17-year career with 63,440 passing yards, currently sixth in NFL history. He threw 421 touchdowns (also at number six), while leading the league once in (2013) completion percentage, once passing yards (2010), passing touchdowns and quarterback ratings once (2008), and Three times per yard (2008-2010). He was selected to the Pro Bowl eight times and went 134-106 in 240 starts, the third longest series by a player in NFL history (the second longest through quarterbacks).

Chargers fans will surely have more than a decade of success with Herbert, choosing to win the Super Bowl in the process.