NFL quarterbacks rarely make the tackle after they throw an interception, especially in games that don't matter like the Pro Bowl. 

On Sunday Kirk Cousins ran about 70 yards to chase down cornerback Aqib Talib, who received a lateral from linebacker Lorenzo Alexander after the Cousin's INT. Not only did Cousins make the tackle, he also forced a fumble on the play.​ 

Take a look for yourself. 


Should the Redskins line him up at linebacker? Look at the closing speed and strip here by Cousins.

He looks like he's trying to earn a big contract with the Redskins with his effort in the Pro Bowl. 

I doubt Washington's front office is looking at Pro Bowl tape when evaluating Cousins, but if they are, they'd be impressed with this play.