The Kansas City Chiefs desperately needed a play to prevent the Steelers from reaching the end zone. So naturally, former Tennessee great Eric Berry made one.
With the Steelers leading 9-7, Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger tried throwing a pass into the end zone, but the pass was tipped into the air by Chiefs linebacker Frank Zombo.
Then Berry came flying in to grab the interception.
NFL: ANOTHER INT!
— The Armchair QB (@ESPNHQ) January 16, 2017
It’s hardly the first time Berry has made a play near the end zone this season. He famously had a pick-2 against the Atlanta Falcons earlier in December, which ended up winning the game.
Of course, Tennessee fans shouldn’t be surprised by Berry’s play. The former Volunteer won the Thorpe Award in college, which is given to the nation’s top defensive back.