WATCH: Oklahoma WR Marvin Mims makes ridiculous 1-handed catch

Watch Oklahoma wide receiver Marvin Mims make one of the best catches you’ll see all year

If your favorite NFL team is looking for a big-play pass-catcher in next year’s draft, Oklahoma’s Marvin Mims would like a word.

Anyone who doubts Mims’ ability to win in contested-catch situations due to his small stature might want to roll back the tape from his performance Saturday night against Texas Tech.

Not only did Mims rack up 162 yards and two touchdowns on just five receptions, but he also delivered an incredible one-handed catch that could make a strong case for the best catch of the year in college football.

Mims shouldn’t have to wait long to hear his name called in the 2023 NFL draft, and whichever teams lands him will get an immediate boost to their offensive firepower.

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WATCH: Jarvis Landry, Chris Olave grab TD catches vs. Rams

WATCH: Saints receivers Jarvis Landry and Chris Olave grab crucial touchdown catches vs. Rams

Bang: the New Orleans Saints receiving corps took over the third quarter of their game with the Los Angeles Rams, with slot receiver Jarvis Landry catching his first touchdown pass of the season and rookie wideout Chris Olave punctuating their next drive with a long touchdown reception of his own.

It was a vindicating moment for Landry, who has missed a lot of time this year with an injury and had become an afterthought in the passing game. And it was encouraging to see Olave reel in a 53-yarder after torching top Rams corner Jalen Ramsey and his safety help over the top. It’s exactly what we needed to see from both players. Now let’s see if they can sustain it.

WATCH: Panthers CB Jaycee Horn records 1st career sack in Week 11

Panthers CB Jaycee Horn chalked up the first sack of his NFL career on Sunday.

We already saw a career first in the first half of Week 11’s meeting between the Carolina Panthers and Baltimore Ravens—when 330-pound defensive tackle Bravvion Roy got in the way of a pass from Lamar Jackson for an improbable interception. And now, we’ve seen another.

Down 3-0 with just under 12 minutes left in the third quarter, the Panthers got themselves back-to-back sacks to regain possession. One came from linebacker Frankie Luvu—which accounted for his third over the past six quarters of play—and trapped Jackson and the Ravens back at their own 8-yard line.

The second was from cornerback Jaycee Horn, the first of his two-year NFL career.

Horn’s takedown of the elusive Jackson pushed Baltimore back to their 7-yard line and resulted in a three-and-out. The Panthers would turn their very next touch into three points—tying the game at three apiece off a 32-yard field goal by kicker Eddy Piñeiro.

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WATCH: Juwan Johnson catches his fifth TD pass in his last five games

WATCH: New Orleans Saints tight end Juwan Johnson caught his fifth touchdown pass in his last five games, scoring big against the Los Angeles Rams

Juwan Johnson’s breakout campaign continued in Week 11’s game with the Los Angeles Rams. The former collegiate wide receiver has made the most of his transition to tight end with the New Orleans Saints, catching a crucial touchdown pass to retake the lead early on Sunday afternoon.

And it was an impressive play with Johnson matched up against top Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey; Johnson just outmuscled him in the end zone for a contested catch. It’s the fifth touchdown reception of the year for Johnson, and his fifth in five games (he’s now scored a touchdown in three consecutive weeks). The Saints will need more positive plays from him if they’re going to turn this season around.

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WATCH: Panthers DT Bravvion Roy picks off Ravens QB Lamar Jackson

We have ourselves a big boy pick! 330-pound DT Bravvion Roy snatched an interception off Ravens QB Lamar Jackson in Week 11.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson hadn’t committed a turnover in his previous four games heading into his Week 11 clash with the Carolina Panthers. Well, that changed—in a very, very unlikely way.

With just over nine minutes remaining in the second quarter of Sunday’s matchup, Panthers defensive tackle Bravvion Roy got right in the way of a Jackson throw—one that would’ve found the hands of star tight end Mark Andrews on a first-and-10. And by “right in the way of,” we mean the 330-pounder eclipsed the ball entirely, and snatched it . . .

The interception was the first of Roy’s three-year career. He had compiled just seven tackles and one pass defensed over six games entering the afternoon.

Roy also displayed some nice timing on the takeaway, as the pick halted what was a potential scoring drive for Baltimore. Jackson and the Ravens were set up on the Panthers’ 29-yard line before the improbable play.

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WATCH: Georgia CB Kelee Ringo picks off Kentucky QB Will Levis

Watch of this year’s top quarterback prospects get intercepted by one of this year’s top cornerback prospects

Kentucky quarterback Will Levis hasn’t had the kind of season many expected from him so far, but Saturday’s matchup against top-ranked Georgia gave him the perfect opportunity to silence his doubters.

Despite a handful of impressive plays in the first half, Levis learned a hard lesson about challenging one of this year’s top cornerback prospects.

On a 3rd-and-12 inside the red zone early in the second quarter, Levis was shooting for the end zone when Bulldogs cornerback Kelee Ringo jumped in front of the pass.

The interception ended a key opportunity for the Wildcats to tie or even take the lead, and gave the ball right back to Georgia offense instead.

If Levis wants to be one of the first quarterbacks off the board in the 2023 NFL draft, he’ll have to play with more consistency, and improve his decision-making, especially in the red zone.

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WATCH: Every Bucs sack from the 2022 season so far

Check out this awesome highlight reel of every Tampa Bay Buccaneers sack so far this season

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been one of the NFL’s best pass-rushing defenses so far this season, and are currently tied for the No. 2 spot in the league with 32 sacks.

Losing Pro Bowl outside linebacker Shaq Barrett for the rest of the season is obviously a huge blow in this department, but the emergence of second-year outside linebacker Joe Tryon-Shoyinka has been impressive, and nose tackle Vita Vea has already tallied 6.5 sacks of his own.

As the Bucs enjoy their bye week before heading to Cleveland to face the Browns in Week 12, here’s a look at every single sack from the Tampa Bay defense so far this season:

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WATCH: Tom Brady’s best plays of the 2022 season so far

Check out all of Tom Brady’s top plays from the first 10 weeks of the 2022 NFL season

The 2022 NFL season hasn’t quite gone as well as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would have hoped, but they’re still in first place in the NFC South after back-to-back wins over the last two weeks, with a chance to lock up a home playoff game down the stretch.

Bucs quarterback Tom Brady hasn’t put up the huge numbers we’re used to seeing from him, but he’s still delivered some big plays throughout the first 10 weeks of the season.

While Brady and Bucs head into their bye week in Week 11, here’s a good look at all of Brady’s best highlights from the 2022 campaign so far:

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Rachaad White states his case to take over Bucs’ starting RB job

Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie running back Rachaad White delivered a breakout performance Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks

Sunday morning, I wrote about why it was time to for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to acknowledge that rookie Rachaad White was the best running back on the roster.

It looks like they agreed, as the third-round pick out of Arizona State started Sunday’s game in Munich against the Seattle Seahawks ahead of veteran Leonard Fournette, who signed a sizable three-year contract extension this offseason.

That opportunity was rewarded with a stellar performance, as White carried the ball 22 times for 104 yards, helping the Bucs score a 21-16 victory over the NFC West leaders.

White punctuated his breakout game with multiple big plays, including a devastating stiff-arm that sent social media into a frenzy, and a pair of big runs on the final drive that put the game away.

Check out some of White’s top plays from Sunday’s big win:

WATCH: Top highlights from Bucs’ 21-16 win vs. Seahawks in Germany

Check out all the top plays from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ big win over the Seattle Seahawks in Munich

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have finally won a game overseas, building up a big lead and holding on for a 21-16 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Munich.

The Bucs delivered plenty of big plays on both sides of the ball, winning the NFL’s first-ever regular season game in Germany.

Check out all of Tampa Bay’s top plays from Sunday’s big win: