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There is some good news regarding Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert, who suffered a rib injury in Week 2.

In Week 2, the Los Angeles Chargers lost 27-24 to the Kansas City Chiefs after blowing a 17-7 lead. But in the game, the story was about Justin Herbert suffering a rib cartilage fracture, and fighting through it.

That has left fans wondering if he will be available to play in Week 3 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Herbert was a limited participant in practice on Thursday, Sept. 22. NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport noted that this appears to be more of a pain tolerance kind of thing for Herbert, but that it will need to be known how he gets through practice on Friday to see if he will be able to play on Sunday.

From NFL Now: #Chargers QB Justin Herbert (ribs) practicing is a good sign.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 22, 2022

Justin Herbert practices after suffering rib cartilage fracture

Herbert has been a limited participant in practice from Tuesday up until Thursday, per the team’s official injury report.

The injury occurred in the fourth quarter when he was hit by Chiefs defensive lineman Mike Danna when letting off a pass. Herbert was in significant pain afterwards, but walked over tho the sideline. Herbert missed one offensive play, but returned. Herbert grimaced when attempting to throw short yardage passes. But then, he threw an absolute dart of a pass to receiver DeAndre Carter for 35-yards and completed a seven-yard touchdown pass to Joshua Palmer.

This season, Herbert has completed 72.0-percent of his passes for 613 yards, six touchdowns, and one interception.

Chargers fans will have to wait and see how Herbert performs in the team’s remaining practices, but it appears that he is trending in the right direction.

The Chargers host the Jaguars on Sunday, Sept. 24 at 4:25 p.m. ET.

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Ohio State, Michigan fans trolling Michigan State for Minnesota blowout

Ohio State and Michigan fans came together to troll Michigan State and Mel Tucker for getting absolutely routed by Minnesota.

There aren’t many things that Ohio State and Michigan fans agree on.

Laughing at Michigan State is one of them.

That unifying activity got to play out on Saturday as the Spartans suffered their second straight loss in painful fashion.

After being bested by Washington, Michigan State returned home with another tough test against undefeated Minnesota. The Gophers were merciless and the Spartans were toothless. The game was 34-0 late in the fourth quarter until Michigan State scored a touchdown with 17 seconds remaining to stem the bleeding.

Michigan State fans get trolled by Ohio State, Michigan fans and college football media

The media blasted Mel Tucker’s team while rival fans couldn’t stop laughing at the state of the Spartans.

I dont think its fair Michigan State has to play against the greatest passing offenses in college football history every week.

— summer vacation (@Wil__Hunter) September 24, 2022

Michigan State has developed an unfortunate knack for getting blown off the field ever since it gave their coach a fully guaranteed $95 million contract.

— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) September 24, 2022

Michigan State got outgained on average last year vs. Power 5 opponents, went 4-0 in one-score games, and gave its coach a fully guaranteed $95 million contract. what could go wrong?

— Matt Hinton (@MattRHinton) September 24, 2022

Michigan States beatdown in Seattle was bad last week. Whats happening at home today vs. Minnesota might be worse.

— Pat Forde (@ByPatForde) September 24, 2022

Theres not one thing wrong with the Michigan State defense. Its everything. Talent, scheme, effort, the top guys being injured. Its rough.

— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) September 24, 2022

Minnesota – 31#TuckComin – 0

(This game is being played at Michigan State btw)

— Jack McGuire (@JackMacCFB) September 24, 2022

Man I thought Tuck was comin…. ???? #MichiganState #TuckComin

— Joseph 〽️clean (@J_d_m_7) September 24, 2022

Mel Tucker scrambling to get another sports car to East Lansing next week to save his recruiting class:#MSU #MichiganState #Spartans #TuckComin

— TheManinthe〽️ichiganHat (@MichiganHat) September 24, 2022

#tuckcomin Tuck comin in last place

— 〽️Bonz〽️ (@DonBonza) September 24, 2022

BTN just said "It is only 60° but there is some sweat dripping down Mel Tuckers face right now"

— ryan ???? (@LuckiIntern) September 24, 2022

Buckeyes fans Michigan fans


Bonding over laughing at how stupid Michigan State looks for giving a bad coach $10 million

Goes to show how annoying State fans have been the last 5 years or so

— Andrew (@corkin02) September 24, 2022

The fact that Tucker received a huge new contract and has since fallen flat on his face definitely feeds the trolling that Michigan State is on the other end of.

Where once they had all the optimism in the world, the Spartans are now in a rough spot. Tucker is getting paid as much as he is to keep the football program relevant. Instead, it’s September and fans are ready to turn their eyes to basketball. That’s not good.

And things aren’t likely to get much better. Next week they travel to Maryland, a team that just gave Michigan a game. Then they face Ohio State, Wisconsin and Michigan.

Playing the way they are right now, they might not find in a win in those four.

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