Former Alabama DB Kareem Jackson breaks teammate's Houston Texans' record
Former Alabama DB Kareem Jackson was the No. 20 overall pick of the Houston Texans in the 2010 NFL Draft, and has spent his entire career with the squad.
On Sunday night against the Dallas Cowboys, he snagged an interception in the second quarter, and it proved to be a historic one.
With the pick, Jackson now have 15 career picks, passing teammate Johnathan Johnson for the franchise record:
#Texans S Kareem Jackson's 2nd quarter interception vs. Dallas was the 15th of Jackson's career. With that interception, Jackson passed CB Johnathan Joseph for the most career interceptions in franchise history #DALvsHOUFREE DOWNLOAD FROM SDS
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At the end of the third quarter, the Texans hold a narrow 10-6 lead over the Cowboys.
Jackson may have to make another big play or two before all is said and done if the Texans are going to hold on for the victory.