Usually when a quarterback catches a pass that is batted back his way, it doesn’t turn out well.
Typically the QB grabs the batted pass with hopes of scurrying into the open field to glory. Then they get swarmed by a few defenders and get tackled for a loss.
On a third-and-five against the Dallas Cowboys, Herbert dropped back. His pass was immediately batted back to him by DeMarcus Lawrence. Herbert’s reflexes took over and he grabbed the ball. Instead of numerous Cowboys defenders around him, a hole had opened up in front of him. Herbert, who is playing through a broken finger on his left non-throwing hand, ran ahead for 10 yards and a first down.
Check your fantasy league’s scoring to see if you got double the points for that play.
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