In the second game of his pro career, former Terp JC Jackson came up with his first career interception on Sunday.

In the third quarter of the New England Patriots’ 38-7 victory, Jackson picked off Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill on a deep throw down the sideline.

INTERCEPTION! JC Jackson gets his 1st pick of his career on Ryan Tannehill! #Patriots
— Casey Baker (@CaseyBake16) September 30, 2018

Jackson had four interceptions in 24 career games at Maryland. He chose to turn pro after his junior season and was signed by the Patriots after going undrafted. He ended up making the 53-man roster despite failing to be hear his name called back in April.

The former Terp didn’t appear in his first two games for New England, but played last week against the Lions, recording one tackle. Jackson should continue to play a good amount of snaps as the Patriots struggle to find consistency in their secondary.