Notable numbers from the Chargers' Week 7 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
That was the yardage of the run Justin Herbert had in the first quarter of Sunday's game. It accounted for the longest rush by a Chargers QB since Mark Malone's gain of 36 in 1988. It's also the third-longest rush by a Chargers' QB, ranking just one yard shy of Hall of Famer Dan Fouts' 32-yard run in 1975.
His 66 total rush yards were the most by a Chargers QB recorded in a single game.
That was the total amount of passing yards the Chargers defense allowed in the first quarter against Jacksonville. With two sacks totaling five yards, they allowed the fourth-fewest net passing yards in an opening quarter in team history. They didn't allow a completion, which was the ninth time in team history that's happened.
With his 347 yards on the day, Hebert became the second player in NFL history to begin his career with five-straight games of 250-plus passing yards next to Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes, who did it in 10 consecutive games.
On the season, Herbert has accrued 1,542 passing yards and 12 touchdowns. This makes him the first player since at least 1970 to record 1,500 yards and a passer rating over 100 through five career games.