Tillman pads pick-6 record
ARLINGTON, TEXAS – Like any polite houseguest, Bears cornerback Charles Tillman accepted a generous gift without protest Monday at Cowboys Stadium.
Tillman, who benefited from a miscommunication between Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and wide receiver Dez Bryant, stood still as Romo’s pass headed straight for his hands in the second quarter. He caught the ball for an interception and returned it 25 yards for the game’s first touchdown to extend the Bears’ lead to 10-0.
The play marked Tillman’s sixth pick-six in 10 seasons with the Bears. Tillman already owned the franchise record for interceptions returned for touchdowns, which he set last season when he moved past Mike Brown and Bennie McRae (four apiece).
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