A former Tennessee Volunteer made a key play for the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday afternoon against the Dallas Cowboys. It was cornerback Justin Coleman making the big play, flipping the game in Seattle’s favor.
Watch the play below, along with Coleman’s celebration of jumping into the Salvation Army kettle.
Justin Coleman, good at football. #SEAvsDAL #PickSix pic.twitter.com/qZYu4GyOGY— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) December 24, 2017
Coleman was undrafted out of Tennessee in the 2015 NFL Draft. He initially signed with the Vikings, before really getting his break with the Patriots. He bounced from Seattle to New England a couple of times, before finally being traded back to the Seahawks for a late round draft pick.
He’s been a big part of the Seattle defense this year after injuries to a couple of key part of that secondary. This interception was the second of Coleman’s career. It was also the second touchdown of Coleman’s career.
For a guy that I didn’t really expect much from in the league, it’s cool to see yet another former Vol making important plays for a team fighting to get into the playoffs.