Dallas Cowboys cornerback Daron Bland has had an incredible run over the last two seasons, leading the NFL with 11 interceptions over that time.
However, on Sunday in his team's road matchup vs. the Carolina Panthers, Bland added another milestone to his resumé.
In the fourth quarter, with the game still somewhat in question, Bland intercepted Panthers QB Bryce Young, taking it back the other way for a touchdown.
The pick six was Bland's fourth of the season, which is an NFL-high. Not only that, but it tied the single-season NFL record for interceptions returned for a score.
The record ties a previous mark held by Eric Allen (1993), Jim Kearney (1972) and Ken Houston (1971).
The score put Dallas up 30-10, ostensibly sealing the win over the Panthers.