If Kurt Coleman was mad about a Pro Bowl snub, he's probably over it by now.
After Ted Ginn, Corey Brown, and Andrew Norwell put in work for the Carolina Panthers, Coleman decided it was his turn to get into the act, and it couldn't have come in a more timely fashion.
Trailing 24-7, Patrick Peterson picked off Cam Newton and returned the ball 72 yards to the Carolina 22. Looking to take advantage of the turnover before half, Carson Palmer tried to force a ball past the former Buckeye standout.
It wasn't a wise move.
Coleman extended his body and made an impressive interception in the end zone. It was his eighth interception of the season.
Carolina took the 24-7 lead into halftime.