Cre’Von LeBlanc took advantage of a terrible decision by Matthew Stafford as the Detroit Lions hosted the Chicago Bears.
The rookie cornerback out of Florida Atlantic was in excellent position defending his receiver, and Stafford threw the ball late on an out route — a cardinal sin for NFL quarterbacks.
LeBlanc made him pay, taking an interception 24 yards to the house to put the Bears up on top of the Lions, 17-13, in the fourth quarter.
— NFL (@NFL) December 11, 2016
This was LeBlanc’s first NFL interception and the second of the day for Stafford, who came into the contest having thrown just five all year.