Lattimore had four tackles (all solo) and two interceptions in Sunday's division-round playoff win over the Eagles.
Down 14 points at the time, Lattimore's second-quarter interception in New Orleans territory reversed the momentum of the contest, and his second pick, with under three minutes to go in the game, essentially iced the win for the Saints. The second-year cornerback finished the regular season with 59 total tackles (49 solo), 12 passes defensed and two interceptions. He also had four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries, both of which were team highs. Already one of the better corners in the league, opposing quarterbacks generally avoid throwing to his side of the field. Lattimore was nevertheless still a solid source of tackles and forced enough turnovers to be a viable fantasy option in many leagues.
Lattimore racked up five tackles (five solo), one forced fumble and one interception in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.
The 2017 first-round pick was all over the field Sunday, recording his second interception this season and he forced Tampa Bay wideout Chris Godwin to fumble. Though the interception was on the last play of the game and the fumble was recovered by the Buccaneers, it was another strong performance for Lattimore on Sunday.
Lattimore had 10 tackles (nine solo), a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in Thursday's 13-10 loss at Dallas.
It's the first time in Lattimore's career he's reached double-digit tackles, and Thursday's total represents almost 25 percent of his season total. The 22-year-old was able to force and then recover an Amari Cooper fumble in the second quarter, though the Saints were unable to capitalize on their subsequent goal-line opportunity.
Lattimore had a team-high four tackles (all solo) and an interception during Sunday's 48-7 win over the Eagles.
Lattimore had one of New Orleans' three interceptions against Carson Wentz, his first of the season. The 22-year-old hasn't been as active in the turnover game as he was during his rookie year, though Sunday's performance could be a sign of things to come. He'll look to pick off another pass Thursday against the Falcons.
Lattimore recorded three tackles (two solo), two passes defensed and a fumble recovery across 70 defensive reps in Sunday's win over the Vikings.
Lattimore recovered an Adam Thielen fumble in Viking territory just before halftime, setting up an Alvin Kamara touchdown -- giving the Saints a lead they would never surrender. Alongside Eli Apple, Lattimore played in 96 percent of the defensive snaps Sunday.
Lattimore (concussion) cleared the concussion protocol Thursday, Nick Underhill of The New Orleans Advocate reports.
Lattimore appears to have fully recovered from a concussion sustained in Week 5. He appears on track to suit up against the Ravens on Sunday as expected and will attempt to contain Baltimore's Joe Flacco-led offense.
Lattimore (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Despite fully returning to practice, Lattimore reportedly has yet to clear the league's concussion protocol and will need to be evaluated by an independent doctor, Nick Underhill of The New Orleans Advocate reports. It remains to be seen whether Lattimore will be ready to play against the Ravens on Sunday, but his Week 7 availability is trending upward.
Lattimore (concussion) is doing well in recovery and could potentially play Sunday against the Ravens.
Lattimore suffered a concussion in Week 5 and head coach Sean Payton said the reason the cornerback is still in the protocol is because the team hasn't practiced yet. He'll suit up in Week 7 if he clears the protocol as expected.
Lattimore has been ruled out for the remainder of Monday's game against the Redskins with a concussion, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
We'll have to wait for this week's practice report to decipher the severity of the head injury. For the time being, Justin Hardee has already stepped in and tallied an interception during Lattimore's absence. Hardee and P.J. Williams seems to be the likely candidates to fill the void during Lattimore's rehab process.
Lattimore left Monday's game to be evaluated for a concussion, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Lattimore will have to clear through the league's concussion protocol before he's eligible to retake the field. The Saints will have to turn to Justin Hardee and P.J. Williams during Lattimore's absence.
Lattimore recorded 52 tackles (43 solo), 18 passes defensed, five interceptions and one forced fumble across 13 games in his rookie season.
The 11th overall pick of last year's draft immediately started paying dividends for the Saints, helping to improve a defense that ranked dead last in yards allowed in 2016. His five interceptions led all rookies and tied him for fifth in the league. Only 21, the sky is the limit for the former Ohio State Buckeye, who will enter the offseason as the Saints top cornerback.
Lattimore had six tackles (five solo), four pass defenses and an interception in Sunday's win over the Falcons.
That's three straight games with an interception for Lattimore, who has answered the bell after missing two games with an ankle injury. The six combined tackles are the rookie cornerback's second-highest total of the season, and he has an even more favorable matchup against Jameis Winston and the Buccaneers in Week 17.
Lattimore had five tackles (three solo), three pass defenses and an interception in Sunday's 31-19 win against the Jets.
Lattimore's interception came on the meaningless last play of the game, but fantasy owners will certainly take it. The rookie first-round pick now has four interceptions this season and is up to 44 total tackles in just 11 games. The playmaking cornerback may be worth a look in deeper IDP leagues in a Week 16 rematch against the Falcons, a team against which he notched three tackles and a pick just a couple of weeks ago.
Lattimore made three tackles (two solo) and had an interception in Thursday night's 20-17 loss to the Falcons.
Lattimore spent much of the game following around Julio Jones, getting the better of the superstar receiver on a short route where Lattimore stepped in front of Jones to make his third pick of the season. Returning from a two-game absence due to an ankle injury, Lattimore was forced to take a few plays off to catch his breath on the sidelines, but the rookie corner again showed off his playmaking ability. With 39 total tackles and three interceptions on the year, Lattimore may be worth a look in deeper IDP leagues.
Lattimore (ankle) is active for Thursday's game against the Falcons, Josh Katzenstein of The Times-Picayune reports.
Lattimore returns from a two-game absence Thursday night after being limited in practice the entire week. The rookie will be tasked with containing Julio Jones, which is arguably his toughest challenge so far this season. If he is bothered by the ankle injury, expect P.J. Williams to potentially see increased reps on defense.
Lattimore (ankle), who is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Falcons, is expected to play in the contest, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
There was similar rhetoric regarding Lattimore's availability heading into the Saints' Week 13 game against the Panthers, but the cornerback ultimately sat out that contest after he was in too much pain during pregame warmups. Lattimore will presumably go through a rigorous warmup again Thursday as the Saints look to see where he's at on the health front, but since he was able to turn in limited practices Tuesday and Wednesday, the rookie seems less likely to be ruled out this week. He'll likely be tasked with shadowing Julio Jones for most of the evening.
Lattimore (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice and is questionable for Thursday's game against the Falcons, Herbie Teope of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Lattimore's health is vital for Thursday's game, as he may be asked to lock down WR Julio Jones. Through nine games, the Ohio State product has 36 tackles, five pass breakups and two interceptions -- one of which he ran back for six. If the rookie is unable to play, expect P.J. Williams and Justin Hardee to see an increase in defensive snaps.
Lattimore (ankle) participated in the portion of Tuesday's practice that was open to the media, Herbie Teope of The Times-Picayune reports.
Lattimore has missed the last two games with the ankle injury, but his participation Tuesday is surely a good sign for the rookie's status heading into a short week. Expect an official update on Lattimore's status to come following the conclusion of Wednesday's practice session.
Lattimore (ankle) is listed as inactive Sunday against the Panthers.
Upon the conclusion of a pregame warmup, Lattimore was seen commiserating with Saints trainers, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL.com. The pow wow concluded that Lattimore should stay off his injured ankle for another week, meaning the defense will likely trot out P.J. Williams and De'Vante Harris as its starting cornerbacks.
Lattimore (ankle) isn't expected to suit up Sunday against the Panthers, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
On the heels of a limited/DNP/limited practice regimen this week, Lattimore was in line to return from a one-game absence, but a pregame workout didn't go as planned. After attempting to gauge the health of his ankle, the Saints training staff had a discussion with the rookie cornerback, per Tom Pelissero of NFL.com, and will likely wait another week. In Lattimore's place, expect De'Vante Harris to earn another start opposite P.J. Williams.
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