Frankie Luvu, a linebacker for the Carolina Panthers, intercepted a pass from Derek Carr, the quarterback for the New Orleans Saints in a Week 2 game on Monday.

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Several fans and social media users reacted to the surfaced video. One user wrote, “Frankie Luvu is playing out of his skull right now.”

“Frankie Luvu has 2 sacks and 3 TFL so far in the Panthers MNF game vs. the Saints. A key to his quick feet, no socks on game day! 🧦🏈✨” another user wrote.

“Frankie Luvu has been a one-man wrecking ball in the first half. He has 6 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 QB hits and 3 tackles for loss. He’s one of the most underrated players in the league, IMO.” one wrote. 

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The New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers engaged in an intensely competitive first half of their Monday Night Football matchup. Carr went for wide receiver Chris Olave with a pass in an effort to increase their 6-3 advantage.

It turned out to be a horrible decision, though, as Olave was surrounded by three Panthers defenders. Vonn Bell, a safety who was just added to the Panthers’ roster for the 2023 campaign, read the play well, leading to an interception. Bell was quickly tackled, but the crucial turnover had already happened.

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Frankie Luvu is an American football linebacker known for his versatility, athleticism, and speed. He played collegiate football for Washington State before joining the National Football League (NFL)’s Carolina Panthers. In 2018, Luvu signed as an undrafted free agent with the New York Jets to start his NFL career.

Luvu has become a crucial part of the Panthers’ defense during his stay with the organization. He had 84 tackles, 14.5 sacks, four forced fumbles, and other great stats in the 2022 season, which led to his selection to the Pro Bowl.