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Marshon Lattimore’s game-winning tackle in OT was a thing of absolute beauty

Monday night’s Chargers-Saints game got a little crazy down the stretch with New Orleans tying the game late and then living to see overtime after Los Angeles’ kicker doinked a would-be game-winner off the goal post as time expired.



a group of football players on the field


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Once in overtime, the Saints kicked a field goal on their first possession and needed their defense to wrap things up for them to get the win.

Saints CB Marshon Lattimore then did just that on a fourth down play when he pulled off an incredible tackle of Mike Williams right before the first-down marker.

Check out this perfect tackle by Lattimore, who had gotten beaten by Williams on a big play before the failed field goal at the end of regulation:

The slo-mo replay here is even better:

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beauty

Marshon Lattimore’s game-winning tackle in OT was a thing of absolute beauty

Monday night’s Chargers-Saints game got a little crazy down the stretch with New Orleans tying the game late and then living to see overtime after Los Angeles’ kicker doinked a would-be game-winner off the goal post as time expired.



a group of football players on the field: File Photo


© Provided by For The Win
File Photo

Once in overtime, the Saints kicked a field goal on their first possession and needed their defense to wrap things up for them to get the win.

Saints CB Marshon Lattimore then did just that on a fourth down play when he pulled off an incredible tackle of Mike Williams right before the first-down marker.

Check out this perfect tackle by Lattimore, who had gotten beaten by Williams on a big play before the failed field goal at the end of regulation:

The slo-mo replay here is even

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Yakuza: Like A Dragon Is An Absolute Gift (Xbox Series X Preview)

We’ve closed the book on our beloved protagonist in Kazuma Kiryu. Through seven mainline games, we grew to care about a man who fought for the people he loved most and tried to do the right thing no matter his circumstances–and also did his best to resolve some of the most ridiculous situations of everyday people. As we enter Yakuza: Like A Dragon, we begin anew in the series with fresh faces and revamped gameplay mechanics. And after putting a few hours into it on Xbox Series X, Like A Dragon hit me with everything I love most about the series while standing strong as its own spirited game.

Every time I talk about the Yakuza games, I also point to its perfect blend of outlandish humor and captivating melodrama–consistently hitting the right notes at the right moments. It has always been outward in its expression of modern Japanese culture

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