Justin Herbert won the game, even though it hurt a lot.
In the fourth quarter of the Chargers’ game against the Chiefs on “Thursday Night Football,” defensive end Mike Danna hit quarterback Justin Herbert hard. The hit caused the Chargers’ quarterback a lot of pain.
It was obvious that Herbert was in difficulty when he left the game for a play and returned; Amazon cameras recorded him gesturing to his left side and he appeared to have trouble tossing the ball.
The Chargers quarterback took a lot of hits but only ended up getting sacked twice. The Chief’s defence got four good hits in on him, and at least one of them hurt.
Herbert completed the game despite being somewhat off target in the final minutes; nevertheless, he did move the Chargers within a touchdown with 71 seconds left. The latest on Herbert’s condition is as follows
that’s our qb. pic.twitter.com/TSKmHpLTqb
— Los Angeles Chargers (@chargers) September 16, 2022
Justin Herbert’s injury update
Damn not Justin Herbert pic.twitter.com/nBQPo0CmBn
— Gifdsports (@gifdsports) September 16, 2022
Chiefs defensive end Mike Danna laid a heavy hit on Herbert in the fourth quarter of their “Thursday Night Football” game against the Chargers. L.A.’s head coach claimed after the game that Herbert was “OK,” but that the team would have more information regarding Herbert’s condition on Friday.
X-rays of Herbert were taken after the game, as reported on “Thursday Night Football,” and confirmed by The Athletic: Staley said postgame that Herbert is dealing with an issue that may be abdomen or ribs:
He’d go down on the field for one play, and come back in to assist the Chargers to drive the field for a touchdown.
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