LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (10.6.22)


On Chargers QB Justin Herbert:

“Some of the same things that we saw last year. Really lengthy, has an immaculate arm, arm strength, IQ is there and able to use his feet. Really an all-around player.”


On how Herbert’s size affects the gameplan:

“He is able to throw over the hands that we put up in his face. He is able to see things that some of the shorter quarterbacks maybe can’t see so that is always an advantage.”


On the similar challenges facing versatile RBs like Chargers RB Austin Ekeler and Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey:

“Yeah, I would say very similar. Looking for him in the pass game. The quarterback loves to check down a lot so he will be looking for him if his first or second options are not open. He is an amazing player and able to shift from one point to another.”


On why the Chargers do not run the ball more often:

“They do run. It just has to be the right down. Their running game is pretty good, as well. As we know, a little more passing offense in the NFL right now so that is what they are relying on is their strengths.”


On if the Chargers offense appears more ‘one-dimensional’ and if that helps the Browns defense with creating a gameplan:

“I wouldn’t they are one-dimensional. Like I just said, they know how to use their strengths. If you find something that works for you, I think you should keep doing it. Until it stops working, I think you should keep doing it.”


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