Justin Herbert vs. Lamar Jackson: Which QB will win in Week 6? | (debatable)

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Justin Herbert vs. Lamar Jackson: Which QB will win in Week 6? | (debatable)

The (debatable) crew previews the upcoming matchup between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Baltimore Ravens and discuss whether they would want Justin Herbert or Lamar Jackson as their quarterback.

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