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Herbert’s run of success ends, as does Chargers’ win streak


Associated Press

BALTIMORE (AP) — Frazzled and frustrated by a Baltimore Ravens defense that chased him all over the field, Justin Herbert could only shrug his shoulders after an uncharacteristic poor performance. Walking into the interview room wearing a nondescript sweatshirt and with a head full of wet hair, Herbert did his best to explain what went wrong during the Los Angeles Chargers’  34-6 loss on Sunday. Staring straight ahead and showing little emotion, the second-year quarterback acknowledged that the offense did not execute well and the Ravens surprised him with a myriad of formations and unexpected blitzes. The loss ended the Chargers’ three-game winning streak.

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