ESPN Fantasy Projection: It took a bizarre Tyrod Taylor injury to get him on the field, but Herbert quickly seized Los Angeles' starting job and didn't give it back during a very impressive rookie season. The 2020 sixth-overall pick accounted for 36 TDs and 10 INTs in 15 games, which helped him to a top-10 fantasy week in 60% of his starts. That trailed only Aaron Rodgers and Kyler Murray for tops at the position. Herbert's numbers certainly benefited from a very fast-moving and high-volume offense, but new OC Joe Lombardi's past offenses leaned heavily on the pass. Herbert looks like the real deal and he does enough with his legs to supply him with a high floor and a massive fantasy ceiling. Even with an underwhelming supporting cast, the 23-year-old is a viable QB1 with upside for more.