Trevon Diggs is having some kind of season for the Dallas Cowboys. It has gotten to the point where you question whenever an opposing offense even throws the ball his way.

The former Alabama defender entered Sunday as the NFL leader in interceptions. He had 7, the next closest guy had 5. Diggs got No. 8 in the 3rd quarter against the Falcons.

Diggs is creeping into rarified air with each passing game. The NFL record for interceptions in a season is held by Dick “Night Train” Lane, who had 14 during the 1950 season. According to The Athletic’s Mike Sando, only 8 players in the last 20 years have picked off 10 passes in a season and no player has exceeded that total since Everson Walls had 11 for the Cowboys in 1981.

A 2nd-round selection in the 2020 NFL Draft, Diggs is on pace to own the record for interceptions in a season in just his 2nd year in the league.