Ohio State Buckeyes in the NFL Week 6

OSU redshirt sophomore cornerback Marshon Lattimore (2) intercepts a pass during the first half of the Buckeyes 62-3 win against Maryland on Nov. 12. Credit: Alexa MavrogianisFormer Ohio State football players were in action in Week 4 of the NFL season. Here are a few of the latest performances from former Buckeyes.New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon LattimoreRookie cornerback Marshon Lattimore had his best game as a pro Sunday. Lattimore was all over the field throughout the game, picking up five tackles and a third quarter pick-six to increase the Saints’ lead to 45-10. He also defended two passes and recovered a fumble in what was a standout game for the rookie._________________________________________Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey BosaDefensive end Joey Bosa had another strong outing in Week 6, tallying another sack against the Raiders in a 17-16 win against Oakland. Bosa ended the game with only three tackles._________________________________________San Francisco 49ers running back Carlos HydeCarlos Hyde returned from injury Sunday, and while he wasn’t his usual self racking up yards, he scored two touchdowns — his first two of the season — in a 26-24 loss to the Washington Redskins. Hyde managed only 28 yards on 13 carries. He now has 332 rushing yards on 73 carries this season, averaging a strong 4.5 yards per carry._________________________________________New York Jets linebacker Darron LeeDarron Lee had an impressive outing against the New England Patriots Sunday, as the second-year linebacker had six tackles and a forced fumble. The Jets eventually lost 24-17, but Lee had an impact early on, forcing a fumble and helping the defense keep Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on his toes all game. Lee is currently second on the Jets in total tackles and has impressed this season after an inconsistent rookie year._________________________________________New York Giants cornerback Eli AppleCornerback Eli Apple had a solid performance against the Denver Broncos, registering five tackles and defending two passes. Apple recovered a fumble to begin the fourth quarter as the Broncos were driving. The Giants would go on to win 23-10, as the defense stifled the Broncos’ offense._________________________________________Other notable players:Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Malcolm Jenkins: two tackles in a win against the Carolina PanthersPittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier: four tackles in a win against the Kansas City Chiefs read more

Sajid Javid condemns wave of senseless violence as pressure mounts on MPs

It said an extra £970 million in police funding is proposed for 2019-20 and that the offensive weapons bill currently before Parliament will introduce new offences to tackle knife crime and acid attacks. Jodie Chesney, who was killed in Romford “She has not made a single speech about the knife crime epidemic since she became Prime Minister,” she added. “No crisis meetings have been held at Number 10 to demand Ministers give this more focus. Silence from the heart of Government.”The Home Office said it set out a range of actions to tackle violent crime in October including a £200 million youth endowment fund; consulting on a on new legal duty to underpin a public health approach to tackling serious violence, and an independent review of drug misuse. Jodie Chesney, 17, seen here on a Remembrance Day visit to Number 10 Downing Street as girl scout, was killed in an an “unprovoked attack” in Romford this weekend The group represents police forces from across the country, particularly areas most impacted by knife crime. “We’re taking action on many fronts and I’ll be meeting police chiefs this week to hear what more can be done.”It is vital that we unite to stop this senseless violence.”The Home Office said Mr Javid will chair the second chief constables’ round table on Wednesday, aimed at sharing experience and policing strategies for tackling violent crime. Ms Jones warned that the wave of violence was “ripping through our communities, tearing families apart”.She said: “This is nothing less than a national crisis. Children are dying on our streets every week. It is not limited to big cities, even in smaller towns children are arming themselves. This has to stop.“This is a national crisis and nothing less than focused leadership from the very top will solve it.“We need to start from the principle that violence is not inevitable- no child is born with a desire to pick up a knife. The way we prevent it is a cross-government ‘public health’ approach – all departments working together to change the landscape facing young people.”But she claimed Mrs May was “nowhere to be seen.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Sajid Javid has called an urgent meeting of police chiefs amid growing political pressure over the knife crime crisis. The Home Secretary was compelled to call for an end to the “senseless” violence on Sunday after two 17-year-olds were fatally stabbed in apparently random attacks.Jodie Chesney, a Girl Scout, and scholarship pupil Yousef Makki, who wanted to be a heart surgeon, are the latest victims of an explosion of violence that has seen scores die in cities across the country, including three teenagers within a fortnight in Birmingham.Sarah Jones, the Labour MP for Croydon Central and chair of the all-party parliamentary group on knife crime,  demanded action from the Government, calling on Theresa May to convene Cobra and to set a six month target to bring knife crime down.She accused the Prime Minister of being “invisible” during what had become a national crisis.Mr Javid said: “Young people are being murdered across the country and it can’t go on. read more