Justin Herbert sets multiple records in regular-season finale vs. Chiefs  


Justin Herbert is in the business of breaking records.

The former Oregon standout, now Los Angeles Chargers quarterback surpassed another milestone on Sunday after finding tight end Donald Parham in the first quarter of the Chargers regular-season finale against the Kansas City Chiefs.

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With the 380th completion pass, Herbert now has more completions than any other rookie quarterback in NFL history.

But Herbert's record-setting day was far from over. He also became the youngest player in NFL history to throw 30 passing touchdowns in a single season, surpassing Lamar Jackson, Patrick Mahomes, and Dan Marino. 

Herbert’s monster day comes just one week after the 22-year-old broke Baker Mayfield’s record for most rookie passing touchdowns with 28. He could possibly break Andrew Luck’s record for most passing yards in a rookie season at 4,374 in Sunday's game. 

Herbert currently has 4,034 yards with 4:30 left in the second quarter. The Chargers and Chiefs are currently tied 14-14 in Kansas City.