What they’re saying following Chargers’ win over Steelers

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The Chargers beat the Steelers in an enticing Sunday Night Football matchup at SoFi Stadium.

Things got crazy in the fourth quarter, as Pittsburgh almost made a comeback, but Los Angeles ultimately prevailed.

Here are some of the best reactions:

Colin Cowherd on Justin Herbert

“He’s Andrew Luck with better football decisions and his demeanor never changes. He’s never cocky, he’s never anything other than confident with all these skills. He makes great choices. Confidence is when you don’t have to tell people how great you are and you don’t have to show off the few assets you have.”

Former NFL HC Rex Ryan

“Best quarterback in the league. Yes, I said it. He’s so athletic. He rushed for almost 100 yards against them [Steelers].”

NFL Media’s Adam Schein

“Herbert was breathtaking all night, throwing for 381 yards and three scores, while also running for 90 yards on nine carries. He’s the first player in the Super Bowl era, per NFL Research, to post 350-plus passing yards and 90-plus receiving yards in the same game. Still just 23 years old, Herbert is doing his best to exorcise decades of Chargers demons, one week at a time.”

NFL Media’s Dan Hanzus

“Herbert is different. He makes the Chargers different. He accounted for 472 total yards and three touchdowns — and, even more impressively, showed unshakable cool when the world was on fire. He’s a franchise quarterback in every way.”

CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco

“Now that Justin Herbert is back throwing it around, they can play with anybody. The coaches wised up by getting back to featuring Herbert throwing it down the field.”

Sports Illustrated’s Gary Grambling

“Even setting aside the wacky events that got the Steelers back into it on Sunday night, this is still a team that feels a little too dependent on the quarterback’s heroics (even if the quarterback is very, very good).”