Justin Herbert Player Prop Breakdown vs. Jags In Wild Card

  • Justin Herbert has -115 odds to throw for more than 280.5 yards on Saturday.
  • Herbert has -150 odds to go over 1.5 passing touchdowns.
  • The Chargers’ signal-caller has +105 odds to throw at least one interception.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Justin Herbert is the focus of many NFL bettors as his Los Angeles Chargers take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first round of the NFL Playoffs.

Total Passing Yards - Justin Herbert Odds

Herbert has gone over 280.5 yards seven times in the 17 games he’s played this season, although he has one game at exactly 280 and another at exactly 279, something the online sportsbooks are surely aware of.

These two teams met during the regular season, and Herbert threw for 297 yards in a 38-10 loss – he put up good numbers even as his team got blown out.

Part of that was volume – Herbert threw 45 times in that game, his sixth highest total of the season.

Total Passing Touchdowns - Justin Herbert Odds

Herbert has -150 odds to go over 1.5 touchdowns against the Jags, although it should be noted that he has more games with less than 1.5 passing touchdowns than with more than 1.5 passing touchdowns.

Herbert threw for a total of 25 touchdowns this season, meaning he averaged 1.47 touchdowns per game – just under this 1.5 number.

In his previous matchup against Jacksonville, he threw for one touchdown – the only touchdown the Chargers scored that day.

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Total Interceptions Thrown - Justin Herbert Odds

Herbert also threw for an interception in that matchup against Jacksonville, one of 10 picks he threw on the season.

All of his picks were spread out, except for the two he threw in Week 15 against the Tennessee Titans.

In other words, NFL betting fans should know that Herbert had more games this season with an interception thrown than without an interception thrown.

Justin Herbert’s Los Angeles Chargers take on the Jacksonville Jaguars on Saturday at 8:15 p.m. EST.

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