Justin Hebert had another masterful performance on Sunday, this time against the Jaguars, as he recorded four total touchdowns (three passing, one rushing) en route to earning his first NFL victory in a X-29 victory at SoFi Stadium.
Herbert finished with a career-high 347 yards passing on 27-of-43 attempts and zero interceptions. He also added 68 yards rushing which was highlighted by a 31-yard carry on a zone option play. His yardage was also the most by a Chargers quarterback in a single game in franchise history.
Keenan Allen finished with 125 yards receiving on 10 catches while Jalen Guyton added another 70-yard score and Donald Parham scored his second touchdown in as many receptions this season from 22 yards out.
Uchenna Nwosu led the defense with 1.5 sacks while Joey Bosa, Damion Square, Kyzir White, and Isaac Rochell all added either one or a half sack, as well.
The Chargers move to 2-4 on the year while the Jaguars fall to 1-6.