Certain storylines seem nearly too good to be true, or that “it only happens in the movies.” Well, consider Justin Herbert’s rookie season one of these instances. A rookie quarterback viewed as the potential franchise quarterback spends his first offseason with more virtual work than in-person work, due to the COVID-ridden offseason and preseason. Sixty minutes before the team’s game early in the year against the Chiefs, TyRod Taylor was ruled out after a medical mishap, and Herbert was thrusted into the starting role against the league’s best quarterback. Herbert went toe-to-toe with Mahomes and the Chiefs, and later went on to win the Offensive Rookie of the Year, break the rookie touchdown record for touchdown passes with...