Justin Herbert, the Los Angeles Chargers’ quarterback, had an uncanny ability to blow double-digit lead and lose in the final minute.

No more.

The Chargers won the game by holding off on the Pittsburgh Steelers, 37 to 41.

Four-quarter victories were the reason for five of six Chargers wins this season. The Chargers lost five of their six games when trailing in the fourth quarter last season.

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Brandon Staley first-year coach said, “We had the best stuff at end.” “I feel like we’ve shown real stuff through 10 games. I’m really proud of this group. This was a game that I loved.

Herbert was the fifth NFL-era quarterback to rush for at least 90 yards while passing the ball. The Chargers’ most prolific quarterback, Herbert passed for 382 yards. He also ran for 90.

Herbert completed 31 of 41 passes. It got close, but it was not too serious. The defense had their chances to stop it. “This was an important day for us and our defense made great stops.

Los Angeles (4-4) led 27-10 at the end of the third quarter. The Steelers (5-4-1), however, rallied and took a 3:24 lead to make it 37-34. Chris Boswell’s field goal from 45 yards with 35 seconds left gave the Steelers a 38-34 advantage. Los Angeles, which had taken over at the 25, scored four plays after Herbert found Williams in the safety line between cornerback and safety. Williams, who had five catches for 97 yards, was able to catch the ball from the Steelers’ 36…