Kyle Van Noy’s Stats, Highlights & Postgame Reaction From Super Bowl 52
Former BYU linebacker played well despite Super Bowl LII loss to Philadelphia Eagles.
Van Noy is now 1-1 all-time in Super Bowl appearances
Super Bowl LII was an exciting game with many highlights that will last with football fans for a lifetime. Most of the highlights were on the offensive side for both teams but New England Patriots and former BYU star Kyle Van Noy had a few highlights that garnered a lot of chatter on the social media wires.
Van Noy ended up with five tackles (four solos) and one tackle for loss as the Patriots came up short in their quest for their sixth Super Bowl title in 17 years, losing to the Philadelphia Eagles, 41-33.
Check out some of the highlights from Van Noy’s performance in Super Bowl LII.
Setting the edge and having the strength to tackle LeGarrette Blount up high with one arm was one impressive play by Van Noy. Shows how much he has improved in terms of his strength since his playing days at BYU.
Van Noy had a big play late in the fourth quarter preventing the Eagles from scoring on the two-point conversion, opening the door for what everyone thought would lead to another Tom Brady Super Bowl comeback victory.
Van Noy did not shy away from the loss in the postgame with the media. Placed the blame on himself and the Pats defense.
Between the regular season and the playoffs, Van Noy ended the 2017 season with 84 tackles, 6.5 sacks, and three pass deflections.