J.C. Jackson nabs a pair of impressive INTs in Patriots’ rout of Panthers

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In what has been an uphill climb for both passing offenses, cornerback J. C. Jackson recorded a pick-six for the New England Patriots as they took on the Carolina Panthers.

At the midway point of the third quarter, Jackson was able to pick off Sam Darnold for New England’s first interception of the game. He was able to take it 88 yards to the end zone and that extended the Patriots lead to 21-6 following the extra point. This was the sixth-longest interception return in Patriots history.

For Jackson, this was his fourth interception of the season and second interception in three games.

Jackson was not done on the day however. He was able to record his fifth interception on the day courtesy of a throw towards the end zone from Darnold. Jackson was able to make the play from the back of the end zone.

As the defenses made life difficult for quarterbacks, Jackson made sure to do his part.

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