Charles Tillman makes a big first quarter interception for Carolina

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He’s wearing a new uniform, but Bears fans saw something very familiar Monday night during the Panthers game against the Colts. Carolina cornerback Charles Tillman made a first quarter interception off of a struggling Andrew Luck.

It may not have been the most difficult interception in Tillman’s career, but he has become a star off of almost always being in the right place at the right time.

With the Panthers already up 3-0, their defensive line flushed Luck out of the pocket. Luck attempted to squeeze a pass between two defenders, but instead found a waiting Tillman.

It’s Tillman’s first interception of the year, and his first interception not in a Bears helmet. The interception would lead to a Carolina touchdown, giving them a brief 10-0 lead.

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