The Buckeyes lost defensive linemen Tyquan Lewis, Tracy Sprinkle, Jalyn Holmes and Sam Hubbard to graduation and the NFL draft. There will be quite a few big names returning along the line, but next season could very well be their last season in Columbus.
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The Patriots offense was firing on all cylinders against an overmatched Saints defense (just check out Tom Brady’s hot start below). And even when things weren’t going Brady’s way, the Saints found a way to botch things anyway.
Brady threw two interceptions on one drive, but both were called back due to flags on those plays. You can check out the almost-picks here.
Until Sunday, Tom Brady had never thrown three touchdown passes in the first quarter of a game. Not in the regular season and not in the playoffs. All it took was going up against the 2017 Saints to make that a reality as well. Brady kicked things off with a beautiful fade to running back Rex Burkhead, working against Saints linebacker Alex Anzalone out of the backfield.
The Rams recovered from their loss to the Vikings to beat the Saints in impressive fashion Sunday, reinforcing the idea that they belong in the conversation about which team is the NFC’s best. They get a temporary break from facing the conference’s other top teams when they play Sunday at Arizona. Then it’s back to the demanding portion of their schedule, with the Eagles and Seahawks on tap.
Earlier this month, the NFL announced P!nk as the national anthem performer at this year’s Super Bowl. It will be her first time performing on the Super Bowl stage.
Of course, Timberlake already is part of a long list of memorable Super Bowl halftime performances, but his show in 2018 is expected to have plenty of flare. This will be Timberlake’s third time performing on the Super Bowl halftime stage, giving him the distinction of having the most appearances by an individual entertainer.